Indeed, the joy of having children is watching them grow and mature with every time and season. The satisfaction is especially heightened when their growth coincides with a special period in the mother's life.
A Nigerian lady has taken to celebrating her cute twin children who just turned two. She was all too happy to commemorate this special occasion of her kids' growth.
Even more, her joy was made profound by the fact their second birthday coincides with the time she is serving her father land as a National Youth Service Corps member. Being a corps member and having a set of beautiful twins by the side is quite some achievement.
It was for this reason that the young woman took to celebrating herself and her kids in an unusual way. In this light, she decked herself and her lovely twins in the customary NYSC uniform.
The twins looked all too cute in the white and green khaki uniform normally identified with corps members. The lady also looked beautiful in the outfit.
After taking some beautiful pictures with this attire, the Nigerian lady identified as Okwy Ozougwu Sampson on Facebook took to sharing the lovely photos on the social media platform.
She also wrote an expressive caption in which she celebrated her twin kids, a boy and a girl, and asked people to also 'thank God' for them.
"Beautiful Mommy's join me and thank God, my twins are 2yrs today...we started together and thank God for the journey so far...we r serving our father land together... Happy birthday my young corpers. Happy birthday dubemanddiebube."
Many people in the Facebook group where the corps member had chosen to celebrate herself and her twins were in awe of the lovely cute photos she shared. Hence, they threw in their two penny worth of praises and congratulations.
See some of the reactions below:
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