- Mona opened spoke out on the death of her second child for the first time since it happened a year ago
- The baby passed just seven days after being born and Mona did not understand why she was being punished
- She kept it in for so long due to the fact that she had already suffered criticism for falling pregnant so soon after having her first, she could not deal with more hurt
There is no deeper pain in the world than that of losing your child. A parent is never meant to witness the death of their child. Mona Monyane has, for the first time, spoken out on the death of her second child.
The tiny soul passed away a mere seven days after entering the world, reported Times Live. Mona found it extremely hard to talk about, especially as there was a lot of negativity surrounding her pregnancy in the first place.
Mona fell pregnant with her second just a few months after giving birth to her first. She received a lot negative comments and chose to keep her family life private from that day on.
She stated that the negativity made her defend something that was anything but negative and it put a lot of pressure on her. Motherhood is not something that should be fought about, it is beautiful.
Briefly.co.za learnt that being the first death anniversary of her special child, Mona decided to go public on CWNH, a YouTube Live channel.
She courageously spoke out on ‘the death of her second child’ after a hard year of grieving.
Mona stated that her baby had passed away in her arms just seven days after giving birth. It was a baby girl and they named her Amani-Amaza Wamazulu Skenjana, meaning ‘the heavens have opened’.
Not understanding why this had happened and why she deserved this pain, Mona turned to God.
Not understanding and having so many questions, Mona asked God for guidance. She believes that her baby was an angel, but she still never understood why she deserved such pain.
Mona is not sure if she or her family will ever be able to fully accept their loss, but she is trying every day to make peace with it and cherish the little time she did have.
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