Beautiful young nurse shares touching picture of first baby delivery

Beautiful young nurse shares touching picture of first baby delivery

- A young nurse took the time to share a photo of herself and the first baby she ever delivered

- @Hlubelihle_ took to Twitter to share the good news as she was very proud of herself

- The lady's post was received warmly by tweeps who congratulated her as well as the family of the new child

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A beautiful young nurse, @Hlubelihle_ (aka Thando) took to Twitter to share some heartwarming news. According to her post, which was accompanied by an adorable picture, she had just successfully helped bring new life onto earth by birthing a baby.

Captioned "My first successful delivery", the picture as well as the great news was met with tons of reactions from Twitter users who all took the opportunity to congratulate the gorgeous young nurse on the success of her delivery.

While other tweeps wondered aloud whether her previous deliveries had been unsuccessful, she quickly set the record straight and said that this was actually the very first time she delivered a baby.

The post received over 20,000 reactions and received hundreds of comments. You can read it below.

@lungigwebu said:

"Congrats Sr it feels awesome ne... wait until you have to perform an episiotomy on a primigravida."

@MasukuDee asked:

"Thank you for doing the job that most don’t have the guts to do... But one question, how do you hold the baby after birth? Even at 2 months I feel like if I hold the baby and it would break in half."

Lubanzi88346259 had this to say:

"Well done, keep up the good work."
Beautiful young nurse shares touching pictures of first baby delivery
Beautiful nurse poses with baby. Source: Twitter/@Hlubelihle
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a nurse in South Africa, 57-year-old Gumede Thathakahle, took caregiving to another level as she entertained her patients with dance.

In a shared video on Facebook, she was seen dancing as she talked with the patients at the Philani Clinic in Scottburgh.

She said that she holds the belief that nurses should always give hope to their patients, something more effective than pills.

Gumede said that whenever she is setting out in the morning, she always plans to create an environment where everyone is lively.

Her colleague, Zama Mazeka, attested to the fact that she always makes everyone happy whenever she is present in the hospital.

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