- A photo of a young mother, Nicole Sparks, holding her baby while focusing on her books has gone viral on social media
- In the picture, seemingly taken late in the evening, the woman holds her sleeping baby who looks to be about a month old
- The picture which was posted by IG account, @embebabies and then by Briefly.co.za has gone viral, raking up hundreds of comments from motivated locals
Being a new mom is possibly one of the hardest jobs there is. Firstly your body goes through many changes, all of which are unfamiliar and uncomfortable to you.
Secondly, dealing with a little one who's only form of communication is screaming their little lungs out all while you're exhausted from lack of sleep having to wake up every few hours to feed the little one, change a diaper and sometimes even to just check that he/she is okay - it gets rough.
This is why, when a picture of a mom studying while her new baby slept on her chest was shared by IG account, @embebabies and by Briefly.co.za, it quickly went viral, raking up hundreds of comments from people commending the young momma on not allowing anything to stop her from reaching her goals.
The woman who is now a doctor has inspired thousands.
Many Facebookers wished her well while others shared words of encouragement. Here are some of their comments.
Morongoa Makhwiting said:
"Well done girl, at least she's not a single mom but married woman. Big up girl"
MakaOlunje MaGatyeni Mjadu Rozani said:
"All the best mommy, you'll reap the fruits soon."
While, Nyaradzo C Viki said:
"Shows the strength of a woman keep it up baby girl push nothing can pull you down."
The young mom pictured with her baby is now a qualified OB/Gyn Physician who's IG profile reads, "Balancing medicine and motherhood with style".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had recently reported how photos of a Nigerian woman, Ada Ujaligwa, and her son went gone viral as people mistook them for a couple.
In a Facebook post on Thursday, September 3, the woman said that her athletic shape could be tied to her healthy lifestyle, adding that she exercises regularly.
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