- A woman, Mandisa Makhasi, lost her baby before she was even born and it broke her heart
- The beautiful lady shared maternity photos and opened up about the heartbreak of losing her little 'angel'
- The posts went viral and South Africans were heartbroken for their young parents
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Becoming a parent is one of the most amazing blessings in life. However, some people are left devastated when they lose their babies.
On Friday, Mandisa Makhasi, a young SA woman, shared her heartbreak with Saffas. Makhasi posted stunning maternity photos with her hubby and revealed they have lost their "angel baby.
She captioned her post:
"I’ve never felt such pain, it’s so unbearable. My sweet Omile. I wish God could’ve tested my faith with anything other than with you, my beautiful baby girl. The whole time your dad and I kept asking ourselves, “Why us?” but we soon realised, why NOT us?"
In another tweet, Makhasi added that they aren't "special beings" and bad stuff can happen to anyone.
"We aren’t special beings, we aren’t immune to such tragedies. We’re just like any other couple, so why not us? There are better days coming, God makes no mistakes with his plans."
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Makhasi added they loved their little girl from the moment she was conceived and wished they could share more love with her.
Makhasi wrote that she wished God would have granted their baby life outside the womb, even if it was just 10 minutes.
"I wish God granted you a life outside my womb, even if it was 10 minutes, just to meet you, hear your cry, feel you breathing. We were meant to experience you, we were so deserving of you, so excited and so ready for you."
In a final post that had Saffas reaching for the tissues, Makhasi said:
"Knock em out in Heaven my angel baby."
Her posts went viral and resulted in Makhasi trending online. South Africans expressed their condolences with the beautiful mom and her husband.
Kagiso Phokane, who goes by the Twitter handle @iamkagi_styles, wrote:
"I'm so sorry mama. May you find comfort, strength, love and light."
Another tweep, @duke_kdj, commented:
"Strength to you guys, my deepest condolences."
Briefly.co.za previously reported a woman, who has been identified by her Twitter handle @MsRofhiwa, shared devastating news on the social media platform. She revealed her 18-year-old niece went back to school and contracted the coronavirus.
The young woman did not make it and she passed away yesterday. @MsRofhiwa wrote on Twitter:
"I didn't know I'd be choosing and buying a coffin and tombstone for an 18-year-old. My niece woke up dead this morning because of Covid-19. We are still in shock. All schools must be closed, this is definitely not working. Stay safe guys."
She added in another tweet that parents should rather keep their children at home and have them repeat a school year than to bury them because of the coronavirus.
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