- Mpoomy Ledwaba recently melted hearts with a picture of her tiny new member
- Mpoomy and her husband Brenden Praise welcomed their little prince Zani into the world just three months ago
- Taking to social media with great pride, Mpoomy shared the cutest picture of her handsome prince
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YouTuber sensation and new mommy Mpoomy Ledwaba recently melted hearts with a picture of her tiny new member. Babies really just have a way of putting a smile on your face even if you don’t want to admit it.
Mpoomy and her husband Brenden Praise welcomed their little prince Zani into the world just three months ago. Giving birth amidst a pandemic was not easy but it did give this little family more time to bond.
Taking to social media with great pride, Mpoomy shared the cutest picture of her handsome prince. Zani looks like one happy baby and we are sure this moment put a smile on many people’s faces.
"Happy 3 months to my little big boy the sweetest ever-smiling baby. So graceful, calm and ever-smiling."
Mpoomy and Brenden were already the proud parents of a little princes before their price came a long. Princes Nuri is just over a year old now and we are sure that she is happy to have a little brother join the tribe.
Being blessed with two precious children is something Mpoomy and Brenden feel extremely grateful for and could not put into words what these two little people mean to them. Their little family is growing fast and we wonder if Mpoomy and Brenden are thinking about adding another or if two is enough – time will tell.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that YouTuber Mpoomy Ledwaba took to Twitter to voice her disapproval of people calling her one-year-old daughter makoti (daughter-in-law).
She tweeted, "Nothing creepier than adults seeing babies and calling them makoti or mkhwenyane (son-in-law)."
Mpoomy shares her daughter with her hubby, Idols runner-up Brendan Praise. The yummy mommy said it irks her when people call their daughter, Nuri, their makoti. When a tweep pointed out that it's actually a compliment, Mpoomy said she believes she is raising her to be much more than just somebody's wife.
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