- A thoughtful mother, @mayajstt, has taken to Twitter to celebrate her daughter's second birthday
- Many people asked how the kid was able to pull off the poses that gave her pictures some character
- The little girl's photos amassed thousands of reactions from tweeps who rejoiced with her
A mother with the Twitter handle @mayajstt has made the second birthday of her daughter a lovely one.
The woman posted the amazing photoshoot she organised for her daughter for her special day. The pictures have really gone viral with thousands of good wishes pouring in.
@mayajstt captioned the pictures with:
"Happy 2nd birthday to my little human. Love you to the moon and back!"
The little kid could be seen with balloons. In the first frame, she struck a pose with one of her legs raised up as if she was about to levitate.
In the second photo, she wore a big smile and held the collection of ballons to the side. Her snaps have received much love on the platform.
See her mum's photo below:
Below are some of the rection the pictures got:
"Gorgeous, it’s great to see kids be kids and happy in their zone. Many blessings to her on her special day."
"Love the fierceness and being caught mid stomp! All I can say is look out world! This girl is on fire!"
"November babies r so beautiful am glad dt am 1 happy birthday sweetheart."
"Such happy feet. Happy from head to toe. Thank you for sharing her joy. Your joy too!"
"Those little boots? The little Bantu knots? (Hope I didn't get that wrong!) The trenchcoat? And her sassy smile! She is gorgeous! Happy Birthday to your little one."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a kid on Friday, October 23, got a morning birthday party and many Twitter users have commended his mum for the thoughtfulness of the whole arrangement.
In a video that was shared by his mum, Jayla B on Twitter, the boy woke up on his birthday and walked to a living room fully decorated for him.
Stupified beyond words, the 2-year-old boy opened his mouth as he kept looking at the bubbles flying around in the room.
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