- @jeany0509 was filled with joy when she posted on Twitter that her daughter is a healthy child again
- She revealed that her daughter had two heart surgeries and had recovered enough to play sports again
- Mzani loved the post and showered it with thousands of likes and hundreds of comments
@jeany0509 shared an amazing post with South Africa on Twitter. She celebrated the fact that her daughter has recovered from two open-heart surgeries to the point that she can participate in sports.
She was so happy that her daughter was a healthy child again. She captioned a beautiful picture of her daughter with the following:
"Two open-heart surgeries. Countless visits to Cardiologist."
"Today we were given a go-ahead to start participating in sports "
"She is finally a healthy child Breastfeeding❤."
Mzansi celebrated with her and the post got almost 9 000 likes and hundreds of comments, here is what people had to say:
"Ooh wow! Look at God. So happy for you Mommy! She is indeed a miracle child who will grow up and do wonders."
"I feel so happy for you all. I wish her good health and long life. Sending plenty of hugs and love."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Khanyi Mbau's daughter Khanukani “Cannes” Mbau is becoming increasingly popular and her charismatic personality has made her the favourite on the reality show "Always Rise" about Mbau.
Fans of the show have taken to Twitter to declare that Cannes is the real star of the show and the reason they want to keep watching.
The 13-year-old's candid opinions on things like dating, star appeal has won the hearts of viewers.
In other news, a daughter has taken her mother's instruction to the next level and the outcome is really funny.
In a tweet on Sunday, November 22, a woman, Raena Granberry, with the Twitter handle @SunsetSoFresh, said she told her daughter, Justice, to get a mask so they could both get to the store.
Justice wore a full head protective gear instead. Many people have since commented on the little girl's photo, talking about how the girl is so smart and ready to protect herself against the pandemic.
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