- Nigerian model, Sarah Ofili-Adukeh has taken to social media to share her miscarriage story
- In a lengthy Instagram post, she revealed her husband buried them while she was still in surgery to save her the pain
- Sarah shared her story in a bit to encourage women going through the same issues
- The couple who got married in 2018 is blessed with a beautiful girl
Nigerian model, Sarah Ofili, recently penned down an emotional message in which she opened up about losing a set of twins one month after her wedding to Bayelsan boo, Seigha Adukeh.
In the post, the ivory beauty made a resolve to stop remembering January 29 - the day she lost the twins - as the worst day of her life but instead, a day she gained two angels.
She recounted all the pain she felt and worry for her husband who had witnessed the babies' death.
"Exactly 3yrs ago, 1 month after our traditional wedding we lost our beautiful set of twins, a boy n a girl. I remember every pain n sweat and tear... I remember not even worrying about myself but staring at my husband wondering if he would be ok, after seeing his babies go and still having to support me thru surgery how scary that must have been for him."
Sarah in the post revealed her husband had taken care of the burial of the babies while she was in surgery because he didn't want her going through the pains of dealing with that.
She thanked God for helping them through the first year of their marriage as her husband also lost his mother while hers was in recovery.
The mother of one opened up on her reason for sharing the story, 3 years after it happened.
" I decided to share this coz when I was depressed n lonely I read other mums stories on IG and they got me thru my days. So maybe there’s just 1 mum out there I can console. The memory and questions never go away, I still cry even now as I type this. U will heal slowly but surely. U will smile again when ur rainbow baby comes. Just like a Chinese cracked bowl, d cracks in ur heart will be filled with gold. Stay strong mama! We are all in this together! Also thank you to our men that have been patient through the healing, God bless you hubby!"
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In other news, a Nigerian home had reasons to smile again as they welcomed their baby girl after three disappointing miscarriages.
The father of the newborn Pascal Ezekiel, made the news known on his Instagram page on Saturday, August 29. He said that the new blessing really goes to show that God is alive as he said that would forever be grateful for the gift.