- A stunning mother shared an amazing family picture with her daughters to the #ImStaying group on Facebook
- Nhlanhla Mlangeni said she feels as though her daughters have become her sisters
- Nhlanhla added that her stunning girls prefer to be called her sisters and not her daughters
A gorgeous mother shared an amazing picture of her and her daughters to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. Nhlanhla Mlangeni and her stunning daughters left many Facebook users awestruck by their beauty.
According to Nhlanhla, says she feels as though her daughters have become her sisters. She added that her daughters told her not to tell people that they are her daughters but rather that they're all sisters.
Her post gained over 7 500 reactions and over 500 positive comments from Stayers who loved how cute they all look.
Her full post read:
"When your kids become your sisters. They say I mustn't tell people they are my kids, I must say we sisters. Love them."
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments left under the #ImStaying post.
Xoliswa Baleni said:
"You are sisters, really I can't see who's the mother."
Margaret Sayers wrote:
"You certainly look like sisters. I can't see who the mom is."
Rosemary Dalcos commented:
"It's very hard to tell who the mother is. Just go with sisters."
Dolly Sibande Khumo added:
"Awesome mommy! Sisters indeed!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a daughter who thanked her taxi-driving mom for never letting her go hungry. Muthumuni Mukatshelwa Thinavhuyo shared a heartfelt message of thanks to her mom for always providing for her, making sure she always had a roof over her head and food in her belly.
She revealed in the #ImStaying group that her mum is a taxi driver, a job usually reserved for men, showing that she must be an incredible woman. She captioned the post with the following:
"My mother she was a taxi driver since I was Born until now I never went to bed with an empty stomach because of her hustler. She's the reason why I'm staying "
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