Nigerian mother says the love her daughters have for each other is worthy of study (photos)
- A woman says she is jealous of her daughters as they bond very well
- The mother of two said her children have clinched unto each other since she brought her little daughter home
- Her post on Twitter attracted many reactions with other parents sharing their own experience
A Nigerian mother who is excited about the kind of bond between her two daughters shared some adorable photos showing what exists with her children on Twitter through her @iphieajike.
The mother of two says they have been inseparable since the girls got to meet each other.
"These lovely girls, as seen in the photos shared by their mum, hold such a platonic bond that is just so amazing to the eyes.
I'm so jealous of my daughters! The kind of friendship and love they have for each other is something worthy of study! They're literally each other's best friend and have been inseparable since day 1!
This is literally how they watch TV with each other every day till date. In the third frame, they bound themselves with a belt.
They have separate beds but they insist on sleeping on same bed. If love was a person."
The post has gathered almost 50,000 reactions and almost 10,000 comments and 7000 retweets.
Other parents shared the experiences of their children bonding. See some of the comments below:
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Others prayed for the mother that may the love between her daughters never change.
In another news, Legit.ng had reported that billionaire Femi Otedola's first daughter, Tolani, stood up for her younger brother, Fewa, the youngest child and only son of the oil mogul.
Tolani was forced to voice out on social media when a news blog described her brother as mentally unstable. She noted that her brother has a condition called autism.
Unlike his older siblings, Fewa is rarely in the news or can even be found on social media. Although, Temi, the third child of Otedola posts her photo with Fewa once a while. And on some occasions, she has talked about her brother being autistic.
Noting her heartbreak at the language used on her brother, the Ba Mi Lo crooner stated that many people are affected by the condition. According to Tolani, autistic people can live fully with the love and support of family and friends.
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