- A single dad recently shared a heartfelt post about being able to successfully co-parent with his child's mother
- The heartwarming post included two selfies the two of them took together after running an errand together
- Locals loved to see it, many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts and experiences with co-parenting
A young South African dad, @Mr_Ndash is truly enjoying fatherhood. The young man recently took to Twitter again to celebrate the fact that he and his baby momma are able to co-parent very successfully.
Aside from two selfies of the two of them together looking very happy and uncomfortable indeed, the young man also explained that they had just come from dropping their daughter off at her new school.
"What Co-Parenting Looks Like ❤️. WE just dropped off our daughter at her new school together as it’s her 1st day. She’s Living with me full time now. We’ve been Raising a together for 9 yrs, sometimes it’s Hard but 1 thing we always do is put her 1st. It’s called Parenting," he wrote.
While many ladies were skeptical about exes being so close, others thought it was great that they put aside their differences to raise their child. Read a few of their thoughts below.
"Is your girlfriend okay with this?"
"They both must be single to be taking such pictures, and if that's the case then that's fine. But I would be livid if my boyfriend took selfies with her baby mama, what for?"
"This is really beautiful weitsi, mara lina nkare lesa nyobana watsiba"
"This is maturity ❤. How I wish this for someone close. Some mothers are just difficult. Yaz ubuhlungu of picking up your child @ the gate like you collecting a sack of potatoes."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported a local dad recently shared a heartfelt post about getting to live with his daughter. According to the Twitter post that was made by Mr_Ndash, he had just picked his child up for her first day living with him.
"New beginnings. Just picked my daughter today for our official moving in and Living together, just the 2 of us #daddydaughter definitely scary but exciting times. I’m grateful to her mother for trusting me and giving me this opportunity to live and raise 247, my child ," he warmly captioned the Twitter post."
South Africans were truly touched by the Twitter post. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts about the loving dad and his adorable little daughter.
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