Family surprises nanny with baby shower before she becomes a grandma

Family surprises nanny with baby shower before she becomes a grandma

- A family blessed their nanny, who they revealed is set to become a grandmother in the near future

- Nicole De Abreu took to social media to share a photo of the happy nanny after they surprised her with a baby shower

- The image got over 10 000 likes and South Africans applauded De Abreu and her family for looking after their employee

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On Monday, a woman, Nicole De Abreu, warmed the hearts of many South Africans on Facebook. Taking to the #ImStaying page, De Abreu revealed their nanny is going to be a grandmother in the near future.

She and her family wanted to do something special for the gogo-to-be and they decided to throw her a baby shower.

Her post was captioned:

"We gave our nanny a baby shower as she is becoming a granny soon. She was over the moon. Small gestures of kindness can mean the world to someone."

Take a look at her post below:

Family surprises nanny with baby shower before she becomes a grandma

Screenshot of Nicole De Abreu's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Family surprises nanny with baby shower before she becomes a grandma

Nicole De Abreu and her family surprised their nanny with a baby shower. Photo credit: Nicole De Abreu/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Bongiwe Msalili commented:

"You are so kind Nicole, may God bless you."

Belinda Anne Katoe said:

"Welcome to the granny world. Thank you Nicole."

Nozzie Masela wrote:

"That's really kind and such a lovely gesture. Blessings to you."

Margaret Ndlovu added:

"Oh then we should call it a granny shower! Stay blessed guys."

Lizzie Chakane commented:

"Wow what a kind gesture Nicole. God bless."

Damara Ntlogeleng said:

"Wow that's so sweet you can see the smile."

Briefly.co.za previously reported a father became emotional after he could not buy his newborn baby clothes and supplies.

His cries were heard by kind staff members who decided to help. The PnP workers bought him supplies and donated their own baby clothes.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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