Mmatema Moremi and Tshepo Gavu sweetly serenade their baby boy, Ethan

Mmatema Moremi and Tshepo Gavu sweetly serenade their baby boy, Ethan

- Local singer Mmatema Moremi is such a happy mom that her pride can almost be felt through the happy posts she shares

- Recently, she and her hubby, Tshepo Gavu, decided to sing to their baby boy and it's the stuff that melts even the iciest hearts

- Baby Ethan smiled as he was sung to, as if he could feel the love in their voices

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Singer Mmatema Moremi and hubby Tshepo Gavu are proud new parents and they are loving being the parents of adorable baby boy Ethan.

The couple announced their pregnancy just over 4 months ago, had an extravagant baby shower, and welcomed their bundle of joy not so long ago.

Since then, they have been swooning over the little one and all the joy he brought into their lives.

Mmatema recently shared a short video clip in which she and Tshepo sing to Ethan and it's such a beautiful and cute moment.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that the parents composed the song just for Ethan. In the video, it is clear to see that Mmatema and Tshepo love their son with all their hearts

There's something that makes the video even cuter - little Ethan's expression. It's almost as if the baby could sense what was going on. Such an adorable moment that was captured on camera.

The mommy added a caption to the post that reflected her emotions:

"Thee best moments are the most imperfectly looking ones for the gram, scruffy hair, oversized gowns but with the cutest toothless wide smiles, the tight cuddles, the songs composed by daddy and I, perfection from God. We love you, Ethan, you have shown us perfection in such an imperfect world."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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