- A young dad recently headed to Facebook where he shared an adorable pic of himself and his little girl
- In the post, the doting dad explains that the little one is his firstborn child
- The post was soon flooded with over 40 000 likes from Facebookers who found the beautiful little one too cute for words
Children are truly a blessing and can bring so much joy into the world just by being themselves. A little girl and her dad recently lit up many faces after a picture of the two of them was shared in Facebook's ImStaying group recently.
The doting dad Dakalo Wanga Ramalata could not help but to brag about his little cutie pie in the ImStaying post. "She’s the reason I’m staying. My firstborn. #ImStaying," he captioned the heartwarming post.
Meanwhile, Stayers were left blown away by the cuteness of the child. The post was liked a whopping 43 000 times and got thousands of comments from the amazed Facebookers. While some simply complimented her unique looks, a lot of them asked the young dad to enter the child into competitions.
Read a few of their comments below.
Kathy Houghting said:
"Blessed indeed - gorgeous cherub."
Bongi Khumalo said:
"She is beautiful... Love the hair."
Louise Venter said:
"You are really blessed - she is adorable!"
Pamela Solomons said:
"Super cuteness overload."
Mnandi Bestbier said:
"What a little doll. She is a beautiful and adorable, you should enter her for a baby competition Dakalo."
In more heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, 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. She captioned the post with this:
"Since the Covid-19 pandemic, like many South Africans I found myself jobless. So last night my daughter gave me this note (please read) and that parcel next to it, I couldn't stop my tears, and for that #ImStaying."
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