- A stunning young mother shared the tender moment she held her newborn daughter for the first time
- @xodiaamond shared four pictures to her Twitter account and tweeps are feeling all kinds of emotions
- Her post quickly went viral on the social networking site, gaining over 137 000 likes in just two days
A new mother shared the emotional moment she held her baby for the first time. @xodiaamond shared four heartwarming images of the first time she got to hold her bundle of joy while still lying in a hospital bed.
"When they woke me up to tell me I could hold her, a moment I'll never forget," she wrote as a caption for the post.
The tender moment she shared to the social networking site is a true tear-jerker. Over 137 000 tweeps liked her tweet and almost 7 000 retweeted it. The pure emotion in her face as she holds her newborn is spectacular.
Take a look at her post below:
Here are some of the responses to her tweet:
"Congratulations! You are so at peace. This will be me in 2 and a half months, I’m so nervous."
"You can see the LOVE of mother and daughter bond in her eyes RIGHT AWAY!!. Ain’t no one can LOVE u more than your mom... Things some of us never got... Hope she up there looking down happy to the man I have become..."
"The way bro smiling he been planning on this moment since he saw you."
In other news about proud moms, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a local mom who shared the story about her miracle triplets. Phumudzo Mabila is the strong mother of triplet girls. Phumudzo took to Facebook to wish her lovely girls a happy fifth birthday. According to Phumudzo, her daughters were born with many complications back in 2015.
She was told by doctors that she might lose all three of them. Their weights at birth were 1.3kgs, 1.1kgs and 900g. They were in the hospital for six weeks as one of them developed meningitis while another lost half of two of her fingers.
She shared that they beat the odds together. As all kids do, her daughters tend to bicker but she said she loves how they love each other.
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Source: Briefly News