- A mother took to Facebook group #ImStaying to share a wonderful video of her daughter dancing with her therapist in a hospital
- Tshepiso Mma-Omo Sehloho posted the video of her seven-year-old daughter who was recently admitted to hospital due to nephrotic syndrome
- Tshepiso thanked her daughter's paediatrician and therapist for all their help with her little one
In an adorable #ImStaying moment, a mother shared a video of her seven-year-old daughter dancing with her therapist in a hospital. Tshepiso Mma-Omo Sehloho shared that her daughter was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome last year.
Nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disorder which causes the body to discharge extra protein in the urine. Tshepiso said her daughter was readmitted to hospital on 1 October, just a day after her birthday. She thanked her daughter's therapist for entertaining her and also her paediatrician, Dr Diffinthal, for their help.
The grateful mother said that although there were no paediatric nephrologists in Bloemfontein, the people taking care of her little one were doing great. Her post has received over 4 000 likes on Facebook.
Her post read: "My #ImStaying moment is my 7-year-old daughter in the video. She was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome last year October and this year on the 1st of October, a day after her birthday, she was admitted back in the hospital.
"I'm so grateful to her therapist for the entertainment and her paediatrician, Dr Diffinthal. Even though we don't have a paediatric nephrologist in Bloem, you've been doing great when it comes to her health. My #Imstaying moment is this one."
Click here to watch the adorable video. Stayers shared the video and left wonderful comments for Tshepiso. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments left under the post.
Goareng Ramphele wrote:
"She will have very happy hospital memories. Wow. She is really healed. Thanks to her health team."
Donald Gilroy commented:
"This is such an uplifting video. I wish your daughter all the best for a full recovery."
Hayleigh Tshepiso Lofafa commented:
"So adorable, brave & a great dancer. Wishing her a complete & permanent healing mommy."
Anna Gagliardi added:
"Beautiful moment! Wishing your daughter complete and speedy healing!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a proud mother who gushed about her daughter's success and hard work. Being a single parent is hard, especially when your child is sick. However, one mom thanked God for her daughter, who she raised to become a strong woman.
Nokuthula Sedibe took to the #ImStaying page to gush about her daughter, Refilwe, who is a medical student. Sedibe revealed her daughter was born in 2000 and she suffered from asthma. Growing up, Refilwe was also "sick and skinny."
However, despite the challenges she faced, Refilwe is working towards her dream.
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