- Musolwa Thonga's sons are the most adorable pair who live with their grandmother
- According to Musolwa, her boys help her elderly mother with chores around the house
- She shared two cute pictures of her little ones washing a pot outside and brought smiles to many faces
Musolwa Waneter Thonga is a proud South African mother. According to Musolwa, her two sons are staying with her mother in Limpopo due to the Covid-19 pandemic. She shared a sweet post to Facebook's #ImStaying group about her little ones.
Musolwa credits her mother for teaching her responsibility and stated that her boys are now learning the same. The mom of two shared that her mother is old but her sons do their best to help her with chores around the house.
She shared two adorable images of her boys washing a pot outside, both of them smiling from ear to ear.
Read Musolwa's full post below:
"God blessed me with boys only, know they staying with my mom at Limpopo due to Covid. I am a responsible person because of her teachings, now my kids are also learning from her. She is old but my boys help her with some chores in the house, they enjoy helping their Granny. That's why I am staying."
Below are some of the lovely messages Musolwa received from Stayers:
Zonke Haise said:
"Well done!! They will learn a lot from their grandma."
ElisaMofenyimoka Moutlana Maxwells wrote:
"Wow so cute. Clean freak I reckon, please put that sunlight liquid away before it bubbles up the whole country. Cute pair and tons of love and life to granny."
Relebuhile Sibi commented:
"Wow. They are even washing it outside. I have never done that even after gatherings."
Brenda Masango added:
"But after washing that pot gogo will have to buy a new bottle of soap. They look so serious. It's such a joy to watch them."
In other news about grandmothers, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a lady who shared a heartfelt thanks to her gogo after she was accepted to do her Master's.
Sinoxolo KaMarnee Roy Sabelo recently headed to Facebook's #ImStaying group to share a heartfelt post about her granny, who raised her from she was only 10 years old after her mom tragically passed on at the age of 29.
"This is my grandmother whom I was left with when my mother was called to rest at the age of 29 and just when I was going to turn 10 years! My grandmother did all she could to see me prosper in life!"
"This year I have been accepted to study for my Master's in Applied Sciences (Biotechnology) and it's all her prayers and good teachings, and that is why #ImStaying," she wrote gratefully in the touching Facebook post.
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