- A lady with the Twitter handle @Aliyah_Rey has shared lovely photos of her family which was captioned "three generations"
- @Aliyah_Rey posed with her mother and grandma in the photos and they trended on social media
- Social media users applauded how good-looking they all are in the pictures
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It is a joyful thing for many parents when they see their children grow well and have children of their own.
A lady with the Twitter handle @Aliyah_Rey got people talking after she posted pictures she took with her mom and grandma.
She got the whole internet talking as she labelled the photos "three generations".
See the photos below:
Many people praised how well fit all of them looked in the pictures, especially the lady's grandma.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that children are not only some of the blessings of a family, but they could be all shades of beauty when they finally grow up. In the case of Tomiwa and her triplet sisters, the joy of motherhood is reflected in a clear form.
On Monday, 13 April they shared a birthday photoshoot and the internet wouldn't stop talking about them.
The triplet sisters wore smart gowns as they struck very lovely and carefree poses. Tomiwa, one of the sisters said in a tweet:
"Happy birthday to me and my loves."
In other family news, a young boy, Anejado Paul was picked off the street by a good Samaritan from the US 19 years ago.
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The story did not end there. Paul went ahead to succeed and became a medical doctor. The American lady spoke about how her family met Paul in a village in central Nigeria. She also recalled how her heart broke for the kind of conditions he was living in.
“Our family first met Anejodo Paul in a small remote village in central Nigeria about 18-and-a-half years ago."
With other people's financial help, he was treated and emerged healthy.
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