- A Nigerian lady has taken to Twitter to celebrate her quadruplets who recently clocked 10 years
- The lady with the Twitter handle @sofiwoozie shared beautiful pictures of her kids on the microblogging site
- Nigerians on Twitter wished the kids many more years and also reminded the mother about their school fees
A Twitter user with the handle @sofiwoozie has taken to the microblogging site to celebrate her quadruplets who clocked ten.
She shared beautiful pictures of the kids on her page and wish them many more decades to celebrate. Three of the quadruplets are girls while one of them is a boy.
The proud mom captioned the post:
"The big 10 is finally here! God bless you my precious ones and grant you many more decades, each more pleasant than the last."
Take a look at the post below:
As expected, Twitter users took to the comment section to congratulate the kids on their 10th birthday.
As congratulations poured in, tweeps were quick to remind the mum about the school fees she has to pay for the quadruplets.
A user with the handle @Jibiya03 wrote:
"Oh wow, 4 strong Blessings, Chai and 4 strong school fees. God bless and keep them in sound health and shine His light continually upon them 4-fold."
Another user with the handles wrote:
"May they grow bigger than this in good health and wealth and be the coolness of your eyes."
Below are other reactions:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported a woman from the US is thanking the heavens for the gift of her children after having a brush with death while carrying them.
The mum, who delivered three healthy triplets, contracted Covid-19 during her third trimester and spent a better part of the period nursing the virus.
Maggie Sillero was first shocked than excited when she learnt she was going to give birth to three babies at once.
She did not expect to have three times the blessing she had prayed for and kept reminding herself that her side of the family did not have multiples. Carrying three kids inside her heightened her symptoms and the pregnancy was regarded as a high risk one.
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