Young mom shares cute photos of baby she was told to 'remove'

Young mom shares cute photos of baby she was told to 'remove'

- Young mother Melissa Kasiemobi Felix celebrated her baby boy on social media as she narrated their story

- The proud mama recounted how she was told to terminate her child while he was still growing in her

- Felix says her cute baby boy is now the reason she is proud of herself

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A young African mother has shared her story on social media while celebrating her baby boy. The young mother, identified as Melissa Kasiemobi Felix, shared cute photos of her baby boy on Facebook.

As a proud mother, Felix, who looks to be in her early twenties, took to a Facebook page for mothers to gush about her baby boy.

In the post, Felix narrated how she was advised to terminate her baby boy while he was still growing in her when she got pregnant. She said some people claimed that she was too young to be called a mother and a wife.

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Young mom who was advised to 'remove' her baby celebrates him Source: Once a mum, always a mum via Melissa Kasiemobi Felix
Source: Facebook

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According to the young mom, some even said having a baby would spoil the future she planned for herself. She added that others told her that her own mother would be disappointed.

Felix, who is proud to be a mama, explained that her son is the reason her mother is proud of her. She stated he is also the reason she is proud of herself.

The young lady further thanked God for making her into a proud mother of a beautiful baby boy.

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Young mom said she and her mother are proud of the baby boy Source: Once a mum, always a mum via Melissa Kasiemobi Felix
Source: Facebook

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