- Sesevans Lekgothoane took to Facebook to share her story about how her son is flourishing despite his dad not being in his life
- Her son excelled at school, scoring two distinctions in matric and is currently studying a teaching degree
- Facebook users flooded the post with comments congratulating her on being a great mother
Sesevans Lekgothoane posted her amazing story of Facebook in the #ImStaying group about how her son flourished despite his dad not being there.
She reveals that when she told the son's father that she was pregnant he did not care and she continued with the pregnancy alone and raised the boy by herself.
She did a great job and her son is absolutely amazing, he bagged two distinctions in matric and is currently studying his 3rd year of his B.Ed course.
Here is her story:
"When I told his father that I was pregnant with him he said I don't care, I continued with the pregnancy and raised him as a single parent,he got two distinctions in Matric and now he is doing 3rd year B(ed) that is why I'm staying."
Facebook users loved the post and shared their reactions to the amazing story:
"Good job mama, we are in this boat together, keep up the good job, rewards are coming."
"Well done brave and dedicated mother! Thanks for such a wonderful example! God bless both of you in abundance!❤."
"Wow mommy you are an inspiration may God bless you with more strength to keep up the good job ❤."
Earlier, Briedly.co.za reported that a mom whose Facebook tag is Mmase Queen took to the social platform to share an amazing story in the #ImStaying group.
She revealed that she had lost her job due to the Covid-19 pandemic and her daughter inspired her with a generous gift.
Her daughter wrote a note thanking her for being a supermom and gave her all the money she had saved, R48, which brought her to tears.
In other news, Tsholo Dichabe shared an absolutely adorable image of her baby son and his 115-year-old great grandmother. According to Tsholo, the lady in the image is her son's father's grandmother and she feels blessed that her child could be held by her.
Her son has both his granny and his great-grandmother in his life and Tsholo could not be more grateful. She shared the post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and cites the lovely elderly ladies her reason for staying.
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