Children are often excited when they add a year because they become the main attention as everyone falls over to meet their every demand. Their excitement is usually very infectious as the atmosphere becomes a lively one.
Mothers often look forward to the birthdays of their kids because it helps them monitor their growth as well as be thankful for the gift of life.
Nollywood actress, Ufuoma Mcdermott, took to her Instagram page to celebrate the birthday of her son, Isio.
The dark-skinned actress posted a photo of her cute son and accompanied it with a caption that appreciated the little boy in her life.
"My call to #Motherhood. My IVF baby.
"We seriously wanted twins but God decided it would be better for you to come first, then have a beautiful baby sister. You have been an absolute joy... ❤️...
"minus the time you talk too much, when you begin to ask incessant questions, when you hold on to the TV remote and refuse anyone else to touch it,
"when you barge into my room as if it’s yours, when they have to chase you round the house to eat your food, when you get upset with yourself for not hitting the tennis ball hard enough,
"when you clean my saliva off your checks after kissing you...
"#HappyBirthday son. You have given me 6 years of unhindered joy. I love you too much. #BirthdayBoy #1010 #CompleteJoy #Smart #Witty #Intelligent.”
In a subsequent post on her page, Ufuoma posted a lovely video that chronicled the growth of her son right from when she was pregnant with him to his birth, and to other memorable moments in their lives.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actor, Tchidi Chikere, clocked 43 on October 10, and his wife celebrated him in a touching way.
His wife, who is also an actress, Nuella Njubigbo, took to her Instagram page to celebrate him.
She posted a photo of herself with Tchidi and she accompanied it with a post that read: “Happy Birthday to my oh! so handsome best friend... My super loving husband, Love you always and forever Paapi.”
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