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.

Briefly.co.za 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, Briefly.co.za 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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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