- Ntando Duma pulled the sweetest prank on her baby girl Sbahle Mzizi and shared it on social media
- Ntando set up the camera and played a little coronavirus awareness prank on her baby girl where she sneezed without covering her mouth
- Seeing Sbahles's reaction melted hearts and fans took to the comment section to let Ntando know just how precious her daughter is
Ntando Duma pulled the sweetest prank on her baby girl Sbahle Mzizi. This mother-daughter duo never fails to smelt hearts with all the precious moments they capture and share.
With the whole coronavirus having taken over the globe, Sbahle has become very aware of things like sneezing, coughing and general hygiene. Knowing this, Ntando decided to test Sbahle’s awareness out.
Ntando set up the camera and played a little coronavirus awareness prank on her baby girl. Sharing the sweet clip on social media, Ntando shared Sbahle’s reaction to her openly sneezing.
Sbahle tells her momma to cover her mouth! Man, this little princess is just the sweetest thing.
“I did a sneezing prank on Sbahle and check her reaction.”
Fans took to the comment section to let Ntando know just what an amazing baby girl she has. Sbahle is a total heart melter and the people of Mzansi just love her.
“She's like "You welcome" at the end. Guys, Sbahle you are an amazing mother. You're doing a great job. She's so... She's just everything.”
“It's the "cowona vawas" for me.”
“@dumantando20 you have such a beautiful daughter, and she’s extremely intelligent. God bless you sis.”
“She first ignored you then she was like... ngeke phela!!!”
“The child is playing with the English I need for interviews.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that people are always drawn to children that show high levels of intelligence, especially at a young age. Ntando Duma and her daughter, Sbahle Mzizi, have done just that with the content this duo is creating.
Mother and daughter took to Instagram with an adorable segment. This lovable mother-and-daughter are ambassadors for the “Grow Great Campaign”. Mommy Ntando enlightened us with the purpose of the initiative. Ntando shared that Sbahle had received a number of compliments on just how smart she is and was asked how she did it.
Ntando explained that she had read to Sbahle from the time she was pregnant with her. She went on to say that babies that are read to from birth acquire a larger vocabulary and advanced mathematical skills than those children of the same age. Ntando also said that it is never too early to read to your baby and suggest parents start today.
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