Woman shows love for nanny: 'She’s not my helper, she's my family'

Woman shows love for nanny: 'She’s not my helper, she's my family'

- A young lady shared the touching story of the wonderful relationship she shares with her children's nanny

- She explained how her nanny stood by her through thick and thin as she raised two children over the course of 16 years

- The woman regards her nanny as a sister rather than a helper and their heart-warming story went viral via social media

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A young woman took to social media to open up on the special relationship she shares with her children's nanny.

Candi Lewis explained how her nanny, named Florah, helped her to raise her two daughters over the course of 16 years.

Even though Candi raised the children as a single mother, it was Florah who stood by her side through thick and thin.

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Candi explained how their relationship progressed over the years and that she regards Florah as her sister, rather than her helper.

She added that she runs a small business and Florah earns the same salary as she does to ensure that both women are able to support their children.

Candi's post was shared in the #I'mStaying group via Facebook and attracted a whopping 20 000 likes since Friday.

Based on the positive comments, Briefly.co.za established that many were left inspired after reading the heart-warming post.

Woman shows love for nanny: 'She’s not my helper, she's my family'

Facebook: #I'm staying
Source: Facebook

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Raymond Moshitwa commented, "Together we can do moreirrespective of colour or race."
Bethia McLean added, "You are both beautiful inside and out. I would say best friends forever."
Majha Ludek said, "This is how friendship and love should be."
Kgomotso Maqolo responded, "Getting a good helper/house executive is a blessing from God."
Tshepiso Monono Shanice added, "How happy I get when the race card is just not used I love my country."

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