- Michaela Mckeever shared an amazing snap of her family on Christmas and wished Mzansi all the best
- Her family is gorgeous as a true example of the rainbow nation and she is expecting a new addition
- Facebook users in the #ImStaying group love the pic and showered the family with praise and Christmas wishes
Michaela Mckeever took to Facebook and shared a pic of her family and wished South Africa a merry Christmas.
Her rainbow family is an inspiration to Mzansi and Facebook users loved the post and it soon went viral, racking up thousands of reactions and hundreds of comments.
She captioned the pic with:
"Merry Christmas to our rainbow nation from the Omens."
Facebook users loved the post showered the family with praise:
Andile Rey Ndala:
"Beautiful profile picture , beautiful family ."
"Gorgeous family. Merry Christmas and all best for a blessed New year. A healthy baba on the way too ❤️❣️"
Nombuyiselo Maka-Indalo Mtshiba:
"Baby girl got daddy's eyes"
"Beautiful, you got one in the hand and one in the oven"
"Ocean looks so beautiful cute little girl ncooow "
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that A video of a little boy has emerged on social media in which he could be seen celebrating his graduation with amazing dance steps.
In the video, which was shared on Instagram, the boy got on the red carpet and displayed his dance skills in celebration of his academic achievement.
@tmtblog which shared the video on its page stated that the little boy would be entering primary 1.
Instagram users took to the comment section of the post to tell the little man to calm down, saying he has not even started life.
In other news, in South Africa and perhaps even abroad, festive family feuds are an actual thing. Whether arguments arise from too much wine or about who should be doing the dishes, at least one fight is always expected. This is why a young lady, @fifimoeng shared some advice with her followers for the upcoming Christmas weekend:
"When you’re 25+ you should really just come home on the 24th of December and leave on the morning of the 26th before you start fighting anyone," she wrote in her tweet.
Soon the post was flooded with comments from Mzansians who weighed in on her advice. Read a few of their comments below.
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