- A young woman with the handle @OhSoNicolle has celebrated overcoming the big loss she encountered in 2020
- In January 2021, the woman and her husband welcomed a son, a blessing that put paid to her months of waiting
- People congratulated her and said that she really worked hard for the blessing to have come that early
A woman with the Twitter handle @OhSoNicolle who went through a lot of emotional pains after losing her twin babies in January 2020 now has every reason to smile.
In an appreciation tweet on Wednesday, January 27, @OhSoNicolle said that a year after that big loss, she and her husband left the hospital with a male child.
The woman who gave glory to Jesus for the restoration said that the way their lives turned around within a year made them overwhelmed with great joy.
Many people who commented on her post acknowledged the hand of God in her life as they said the recovery was quick.
See her post below:
Her post received much love from tweeps who gave it over 219,000 likes and about 17,000 retweets as at the time of writing this report.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations ma'am, God bless your home!"
"Thank you for posting this and congratulations!"
"You didn't sleep at all, you really worked harder so you deserve a huge CONGRATULATION."
"Oh huge congratulations!!!... my situation was the same but flipped... we lost our son but we have just welcomed our twin boy and girl into the world!"
"Awwww, congratulations. More of God's blessings."
"Congratulations on your son, he is a very lucky baby boy! Lots of luck for you and your new family!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a carpenter in Bauchi state, Nura Walwala Magaji, who has 13 children could be said to be an example of "Father of many".
He welcomed a set of four kids from different women within the space of three weeks. Despite that, Nura said he still wants to fulfil his childhood dream of parenting 40 children.
The man said he is grateful to God for the gifts of children, adding that not many who want to become parents have the opportunity.