- Lizelle Oosthuizen-Anderka has shared some beautiful pics of herself and her children on Facebook
- She captioned the pictures with a beautiful message of how much she loved her kids, more than life itself
- South Africans loved the post and flooded the comments section, telling Lizelle how beautiful her family is
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Lizelle Oosthuizen-Anderka posted an amazing set of pictures and captioned it with a heartwarming message on the Facebook group #ImStaying.
She described how amazing unconditional love is and how she loves her children more than life itself. Briefly.co.za learned that she captioned then photos with the following message:
"There is nothing so amazing than pure unconditional love. My daughters, with their brothers. I love my children more than life itself!!!"
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Facebook users loved the post and flooded the comments section with praise:
"Very adorable and beautiful."
"Beautiful family, God bless and protect your loving family always."
Mandy Asanda Sogcwayi:
"You are amazing, stay blessed."
"Beautiful stuff. Can I also come to join you on that love couch?"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a Facebook user who goes by the name of BI Phakathi posted a video online about a woman who was asking for donations with her daughter to buy food when something amazing happened.
The good Samaritan stepped in to help the woman, got a trolley and told the woman to put what she needed in. Briefly.co.za saw that she was hesitant at first but after some gentle persuasion, she began to place essentials such as bread and sugar into the trolley.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a proud mom of three, Nomvula, showed off her township home online. She gushed as she gave the cameraman a tour of her humble abode.
She explained with a beaming smile on her face that this was her home. She shared her bedroom with her children, which also serves as their bathroom where they wash.
"As small as it is, it's actually big. I can invite people here, ladies from church - they dwell here, we worship here, we pray in this house and we have fellowship together."
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