- A South African mother has uploaded a few adorable images of her and her daughter in matching outfits
- Cnazo Mtabati posted the images of her and her little one in matching checked outfits to Facebook group, #ImStaying
- Cnazo hashtagged #heritagemonth as the caption and the images were met with love and positivity from Mzansi Facebook users
A young lady has uploaded some adorable pictures of her and her daughter to social media. Cnazo Mtabati posted the images of her and her little one in identical outfits to the Facebook group, #ImStaying.
The post has received almost 2,000 likes since its upload and almost 100 comments from proud Saffa Facebook users. The cute duo can be seen wearing matching checked dresses, white shoes and even the same watch!
She captioned the images: "My baby girl and I are proud South Africans," and hashtagged #HeritageMonth and #ImStaying. They look absolutely amazing in their matching outfits!
The comments section is rife with positivity as Saffas of all backgrounds commented on the adorable duo and their matching outfits. Legit.ng took a look at what some people had to say:
JustinNoreen Holmes commented:
"So cute. Love the mother and daughter theme."
Adele Steenkamp said:
"Oh, that is just beautiful!!"
Mookgo Ellen Moseme wrote:
Jeanette Hill added:
"Beautiful mommy and daughter."
Thobe Khanyile replied:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a father with the Twitter handle @drosso__ shared the photo of his baby as she wore an Arsenal jersey striking different lovely poses.
In the first frame, she sat on the floor, the second photo shows her in a walking mode. The third and fourth photos are perhaps the best.
In the former, she had her cheek resting on her left palm as she sat. In the latter, she could be seen chasing a little ball.
As at the time of writing, the tweet had over 21,000 likes with thousands of retweets and many comments.
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In other news, a Nigerian dad, Phillip Oyewale, made an inspiring post on the 64th birthday of Bishop Wale Oke, founder of Christ life Church.
He said that his son Emmanuel was born premature and was in a coma for almost a year as medical reports thought he would not make it.
Oyewale said that the day his life support was going to be switched off, the Bishop came from Nigeria and rescued him through prayers.
The doctors gave a medical verdict that in the rare case that the boy lives, he would not be able to walk and will always need the assistance of oxygen and a wheelchair for the rest of his life.
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