- Many South African Twitter users have headed online to share photos of themselves and their moms
- The various heartwarming posts were captioned "mom and me" by children who are proud of their beautiful mothers
- Many locals headed to various comment sections to share their thoughts on the lovely family posts
Another day has brought another Twitter challenge to South African Twitter streets. This time it's a heartwarming challenge that has seen South African children share pictures of themselves and their beautiful mothers.
"Mom and me," the various posts were captioned by the proud youngsters.
Many of those who chose to sit out of the challenge decided to take to various comment sections to share their compliments with the beautiful families. View a few of the posts and the comments they received below:
"Omg I thought it's you yaz."
"Why do we copy our Queens."
"They really wanted to multiply."
"Anibahle guys with your moms❤Smiling face with heart-shaped eyes... mina I don't even have a picture of her."
"Oh, she’s your mom! I’ve always been curious about who is this Pretty woman on your profile. Mommy is Beautiful."'
"I can feel the energy of your adoring and deep love for your mom. "
"Other people are copies of their moms and I don't even look like any of my parents."
"Your mother is so beautiful, u have her eyes."
@Gem stone said:
"Now I see where you took that beauty."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, when it comes to being a mom, anything that can help a baby sleep comfortably, they are willing to give it a try - even if that means singing amapiano songs to them. A young mother recently did exactly that.
Taking to Twitter, the innovative momma with the Twitter handle, @khanyisa95 recently shared a hilarious clip of herself rocking her baby to sleep in her arms while singing a popular amapiano song.
The clip soon went viral, reaching over 92k views. Many entertained South Africans also took some time to share their funny thoughts in the comment section of the post.
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