- A local woman recently headed online to share a touching appreciation post with her son's good-natured stepmother
- In the post, the grateful mother explains how the stepmom came into her child's life when he was only three and has played an active role ever since
- Many people loved the post and soon took to the comment section to commend the two of them for cultivating such a respectable relationship
A grateful mother, Thandi Ngakz recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt appreciation post with her son's stepmother - the lady who married her child's father. According to the post, the woman has gone all out in helping raise the respectable child who is now a matriculant.
"The slender lady next to me was married to my son's biological father. She has been a part of my son's life since he was 2years old or so. Her husband passed on three years ago and she is still a part of my son's life.
"This picture was taken today when he brought him back home. She drives all the way to pick him up when her family misses him and brings him back. She has stepped up to help take care of our son. He is a 2020 matriculant. Because of this awesome mother, my sister I am staying," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Stayers had this to say:
Agatha Ntlabathi said:
"The boy is blessed to have two beautiful moms with beautiful hearts."
Refiloe Rapelang Nthebe said:
"Wow, stay humble sis, and good heart. U will b rewarded by God Almighty. Keep well sister's and shine all the way."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young woman, Gratitude N. Masango, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a thank you message with Annamarie van der Merwe. According to her post, Annamarie paid for her baby's things after she was having trouble transferring her cash.
"Guys I had my own #ImStaying moment today (13.02.2021). So I went to Pnp clothing for a scarf, but then I saw some beautiful baby clothes for my son, I impulsively took took took... Hawu when I get to the tills I'm trying to transfer money but the network isn't connecting.
"And this very kind-hearted woman offers to pay for me, I didn't believe it, I thought it was a joke. But she did the most selfless thing ever, she paid for me, a stranger she doesn't know. Annamarie van der Merwe (Deysel) I appreciate you, God bless you, you made me feel special,"she wrote happily.
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