- A family blessed their nanny, who they revealed is set to become a grandmother in the nearest future
- Nicole De Abreu took to social media to share a photo of the happy nanny after they surprised her with a baby shower
- The image got a lot of positive reactions as South Africans applauded De Abreu and her family for looking after their employee
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On Monday, July 6, a woman, Nicole De Abreu, warmed the hearts of many South Africans on Facebook. Taking to the #ImStaying page, De Abreu revealed their nanny is going to be a grandmother in the near future.
She and her family wanted to do something special for the gogo-to-be and they decided to throw her a baby shower.
Her post was captioned:
"We gave our nanny a baby shower as she is becoming a granny soon. She was over the moon. Small gestures of kindness can mean the world to someone."
Take a look at her post below:
Bongiwe Msalili commented:
"You are so kind Nicole, may God bless you."
Belinda Anne Katoe said:
"Welcome to the granny world. Thank you Nicole."
Nozzie Masela wrote:
"That's really kind and such a lovely gesture. Blessings to you."
Margaret Ndlovu added:
"Oh then we should call it a granny shower! Stay blessed guys."
Lizzie Chakane commented:
"Wow what a kind gesture Nicole. God bless."
Damara Ntlogeleng said:
"Wow that's so sweet you can see the smile."
In other news, a man, Derek Osborne, inspired South Africans when he revealed how his family is helping their domestic worker.
He wrote on the #ImStaying Facebook page that their housekeeper has a dream of owning her own house before she is 60.
The Osborne family decided to step in and help her make it a reality. They started construction on the house and he posted photos of how they are progressing online.
Osborne's post read: "Gloria who is our housekeeper had a dream, and that dream is to complete her house one day before she is 60. My family and I wanted to be part of that dream, because she is part of our family, and we wanted to give back to her what she has given us over the years."
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