- A loving father saved the day when he took matters into his own hands and soothed his baby daughter
- While mom was working, Mahlomola Prince Mokobaki's princess was crying and he found a way to keep her calm
- Facebook users loved the thoughtful act of the dad and wished South Africa had more dads like him
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Mahlomola Prince Mokobaki had taken to Facebook to share a photo of himself and his daughter. He has the girl tied to his back with a blanket, a huge smile on his face.
Briefly.co.za learned thatHe explained that his princess was crying while mom was working outside so he put her on his back and she was instantly happy.
"She was crying alot while her mom was busy sweeping the yard then I decided to put her on my back and she smiled like Princess."
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Facebook users loved the beautiful picture and story behind it:
"Wow you are a Daddy mommy great stuff."
"We need men like u in South Africa."
"I like your Sense of Humor....and Your willingness to take up your Manley Responsibility."
"Best method to keep a baby happy. I did that with my kids too when they were little"
"That is what. Self-confident liberated dad does. Good for you!"
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Micasa's frontman J'Something has accomplished a lot of thing, but being a father is his greatest achievement yet.
Becoming a parent is a feeling that cannot be explained, an honour that cannot be replicated, a love that cannot be described in words.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that it was AKA’s father’s birthday on the 6th of July and Papa Forbes got showered with love and wishes from his clan.
Sometimes it is the most important people who step out of the limelight to let those who they love shine, and AKA’s dad is definitely one of those people.
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