- An adorable little girl is warming hearts as she makes time after school to help her Grandmother collect firewood
- Proud father, Sinky Wa Khety Makgakga posted the image of his little girl balancing firewood on her head to Facebook group, #ImStaying
- The post has made its way all over the country as people from all walks of life commented on how proud they are of the little girl
Grandparents are treasures in our lives and spending time with them creates the best memories that most people have. One little girl makes time after school to help her grandmother collect firewood.
Sinky Wa Khety Makgakga posted an image of his daughter balancing wood on her head to Facebook group, #ImStaying and it has since gone viral. He proudly captioned the adorable image of his little one:
"My daughter after school helping her grandmother to get fire wood #Heritage month."
The heartwarming post has around 15 000 reactions, over 100 shares and over 1 000 comments on Facebook. Stayers shared their love and admiration for the little girl.
Rhea Myburgh wrote:
"So proud of all of you for allowing a child to share in the household chores. It is very important for a child's sense of worth and self image to do so. She will make you proud when she's grown up. High five to you."
Suhana Raees Motalib commented:
"This is amazing. Such an adventure. Hardwork has never broke us. It only made us stronger and appreciate life even more. Hats of to you for helping ur grandmom sweet little girl."
Fundisa Mketo said:
"You are blessed princess, for knowing it all. Not anly computer and TV. I love this lady for teaching her child basic things in life. She can survive/ live anywhere in life . She is ready."
Nokulunga Ngcongo added:
"Good girl... Helping out around the house is what every child needs to be taught!! Well done grandma."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on another adorable little girl, this cutie wowed the internet in her Heritage Day traditional outfit. All dressed up and proudly representing their vastly different and distinct traditions and cultures, Mzansi has truly tried to ensure that this Heritage month is one to remember.
Adding to all the fun and festivities is proud young mom, Thandokazi Sinesipho Mbanjwa took to Facebook to gush over her little one in traditional attire. The post was warmly received with nearly 12 000 reactions made by locals who thought that her little princess looked nothing short of exceptional.
The mom captioned the post: "My Princess Ulla #heritageMonth #ImStaying #Xhosa girl. Bhelekazi, you are so good."
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