- President Cyril Ramaphosa just got the cutest shout-outs from the most adorable little South Africans
- A group of moms filmed their children sending sweet messages to the head of state
- The kids thanked Ramaphosa for making tough decisions to ensure a better future for them
A group of South African moms and their kids took to social media with a heartwarming video thanking President Cyril Ramaphosa for his hard work and bravery during this pandemic and it gave us the feels.
The footage was shared with Briefly.co.za but it had originally been posted on the Facebook group Territory Takers on Sunday evening.
The clip was partly captioned:
"Mr Ramaphosa, we are praying for all the decisions you need to make, for strength and for wisdom and that you will make decisions that will protect all South Africans. Although it feels all-consuming and never ending, this too shall pass. May God Bless South Africa and keep her people safe."
Take a look at the adorable video below:
It's heart-warming to see the positive during these difficult times through the eyes of the next generation.
Territory Takers is a Facebook page founded by Claire McLeod - a mother, wife and teacher. She started the page to educate, create awareness and encourage other parents.
The beautiful mom and her husband, a minister, fell pregnant with their first child in 2017. However, at 20 weeks, the McLeods found out their baby had clubfeet.
They had to see a fetal specialist but were left with more questions than answers.
In August that year, Cole McLeod was born with clubfeet, a cleft palate, a small hole in his heart and he had very stiff joints.
Despite doctors' uncertainty, Cole has thrived and in 2018, Claire and her husband found out they are expecting their second child.
Claire wrote online:
"In 2019 we welcomed another beautiful boy, Cruz. Cruz is a strong boy, in will and in strength. He is almost one year old and he adores his big brother."
Take a look at Claire's post below:
Take a look at the video posted on our Facebook page below:
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