Brave woman gives birth during pandemic and inspires strength

Brave woman gives birth during pandemic and inspires strength

- A brave new mom welcomed her new baby into the world with a touching message online

- She revealed that she gave birth to a healthy baby without the need for an epidural

- Social media users were proud of the new mom and congratulated her

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A new mom, Damilola, whose handle on Twitter is @glambydamm, posted a picture of herself and he baby with a caption that inspires strength and hope during these challenging times.

She gave birth to a healthy child weighing 3.2 kilograms, she didn't need an epidural or any stitches afterwards. learned that she hailed it as her biggest accomplishment and captioned the picture with this message:

"I pushed this human out today, weighing a healthy 7lbs 5 ounces. No rips or tears and my biggest accomplishment no epidural!"

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Social media users wished the new mom well and praised her for he bravery:

@ebukakanary1: "Congrats! Women who push with epidurals are champs too!"
@Godshols: "Congratulations... when I think of the fact that I lost my neighbour to this two weeks ago, two days after delivery due to tears and other complications, I say multiple congratulations again."
@Ph838447862: "Congrats dear, welcome baby... Beautiful things fall on you. And to all those seeking this kind of blessings. Babies will fall on you soon really soon. Congrats again Ma."
@_tamarapam: "After you posted your pregnancy I actually anticipated this baby and he came, my congrats girl, you’re a strong woman."

In other news, reported that Songstress Cici is ecstatic that her lil' prince has finally arrived.

The proud first-time mommy shared pics of her newborn son, baby Diallo, for the first time on Wednesday.

The award-winning singer said she couldn't wait to meet her baby.

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