- Nigerian actor, Jim Iyke, has welcomed another son
- The actor shared the good news on social media
- Iyke penned down a lengthy note to explain what being a second time father means to him
Childbirth is a life changing experience for parents. It alters their lives in ways they never thought possible and for many it is a welcome change.
The innocence of children is a beautiful thing and it is no wonder that it makes even the toughest men and women turn to mush.
Popular Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke, recently revealed on Instagram that he has welcomed his second child.
The proud father who is known mostly for his bad boy role in movies was seen showing his tender side as he cradled his child.
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Iyke explained how much fatherhood means to him in a lengthy caption as he thanked his child for choosing him as a father.
He wrote: “I’m ultra-private with my family. But this is the rarest of moments. Back to 2 hrs sleep nightly. Back to cat naps with my sub conscious peaked for the slightest movement. Back to groggy mornings and big unknowing smiles. Welcome home King. I can’t find the right words now. Every being in me is pulsating with raw primordial energy. Lion beget a Lion. Welcome to my Pride, dear son. Thank you for choosing me to be your Papa. Thank you lord for yet another blessing this year. I don’t know what I'm doing right to deserve it all. It takes a man to bring a child home. It takes a community to raise him. My people please welcome my king. Welcome home JJ. Let's have the fun of our lives!”
Congrats to Jim Iyke.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and his wife Cynthia, have now welcomed their second child.
The proud father took to his Twitter page to share the news after he posted a Michelle Obama quote on parenting. According to the tweet, people often think they are good parents till they have the second child.
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