- A grateful mother recently melted hearts with a touching daughter appreciation post on Twitter
- In the caption of her post, the young mother also takes some time to thank the surgeons at a local hospital for saving the young girl's life
- Her followers were super moved by the post and were soon also celebrating the kid's life and thanking the surgeons
Losing a loved one, especially a child is pain that not many people manage to overcome. This is why it is so understandable that a young South African mother recently headed online to celebrate her child's life.
In the post that was made by grateful mother, @@jeany0509, she shares how she is celebrating her daughter whose life was saved by the more than competent surgeons at the Netcare hospital in Sunninghill, North of Johannesburg.
"I will always be grateful to Sunninghill Netcare surgeons for bringing you back to me. Today we celebrate you," she captioned a clip of the little one dancing happily.
The heartwarming clip received nearly 1k views and many of her friends and followers also took to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement with her. Read a few of their comments below.
While, @Dr_Molekwa, @GabulaMwell_PE, @MamalefaneS all left hearts to show their support in the comment section of the sweet post.
Speaking about moms who go all the way for their children, Briefly.co.za also reported that mothers truly deserve the world for what they do for their families. One such mother is the beautiful and inspiring mother of Mmathapelo Andile Mahlaba. The young woman took to ImStaying to thank her mom for sending her and her sister to university.
In the heartwarming post, Mmathapelo explains how her mom, a single mother, and pillar of strength had put both her daughters through their university years despite the fact that she was only earning around R3k per month.
"She used to earn R3000 a month but that didn't stop us to study that why #ImStaying#SingleParent Nthapeleng Andiswa Mahlaba," she wrote in the touching ImStaying post.
South Africans found the post absolutely inspiring and were soon sharing many comments about it.
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