Mother to an angel in heaven: 'I really slayed my pregnancy'

Mother to an angel in heaven: 'I really slayed my pregnancy'

- Charmaine Maphutha was expecting a baby boy but unfortunately lost him at 38 weeks

- She paid a heartfelt tribute to him on Twitter, describing him as an "angel in heaven"

- She said she "really slayed her pregnancy"

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A young and brave Johannesburg-based lady who lost her baby boy at 38 weeks has described him as "an angel in heaven."

Charmaine Maphutha paid the heartfelt tribute to her son on Twitter recently, Briefly.co.za gathered. She wrote:

I really slayed my pregnancy. A mother to an angel in heaven!

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Charmaine made the comments while retweeting a similar tribute from her sister Bonolo, who said the "heartbreak doesn’t take away from the fact that my sister slayed her pregnancy."

Bonolo accompanied her tweet with adorable photos of Charmaine during her pregnancy. In a subsequent tweet, Charmaine said it was "the greatest 38 weeks of her life."

She also described the heartbreaking moment doctors tried to search for her son's heartbeat.

Charmaine remains hopeful that she will have a successful pregnancy, this time with twins.

Her followers sent her supportive messages and sent blessings for the future her way.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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