- A local mom took to Twitter to share images of herself and her beautiful newborn on er graduation day
- The post has since gone viral and gained more than 1k likes already
- Briefly News takes a look at some of the comments and well-wishes for the graduating mom
This recent graduate is proving there really is no stopping a determined mama. Twitter user @Diegochuene took to social media to share snaps of herself all dressed for graduation while breastfeeding her little boy.
From the images, it's clear the mood was celebratory all around as the proud graduate dressed to the nine's smiles lovingly at her newborn. @Diegochuene captioned her heartfelt post:
"Black kid you have no excuse."
Mzansi absolutely ate the beautiful mom and baby up and many users commended the mom for completing her studies while juggling the challenges of motherhood.
Read some of their comments below:
"Congratulations, you really work that extra hard studying and looking after such a young child."
"Wow, that's great. Nothing will stand in front of you. The sky is the limit. Proud moment indeed."
"You did girl!"
"The support structure is everything."
"Wonderful my sister."
"If I were a boy... beautiful family."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported a single mother @tha_ashcash, has proudly gushed about her academic milestone along with stunning graduation frames.
The mother of two handsome boys posed alongside her children in the impressive photos. Her story is truly motivating because of the challenges working and single mothers have been coping with in the modern world.
She captioned her heartfelt post:
"First generation graduate in my whole fam, while being a single mom of two boys, one who is disabled and working full-time. Bachelor's of Health Science. I did that."
It has been even more difficult for her because one of her kids has a disability. Women like her are combining their education or studies with household chores while raising tomorrow’s leaders. @tha_ashcash is a real standard-bearer for women, especially single mothers who are struggling to cope with raising their children as they pursue higher education.
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