- A father, Chris Norris, has expressed a great joy as his wife, Ka’shawndra, finally gave birth after more than a decade
- It was really a big bundle of happiness for the couple as people said they deserve their new blessing
- Named Patience, the baby's name speaks volume of the virtue the parents exhibited before she arrived
A couple, Chris Norris and Ka’shawndra now have every reason to celebrate as they finally had their baby after almost 17 years.
Taking to his Facebook page, the happy daddy said that their baby princess arrived on Wednesday, January 27.
The family christened the baby Patience Elise Norris, calling her their "Aquarius baby." Facebook was set abuzz when the man shared the photo of the girl on a group called The Marriage Club.
Many people congratulated them, saying she is indeed their reward for the long time they have waited.
Adorable photos of couple who've been married for 25 years become viral sensation as they show off their kids
To show how joyful he is to finally be a dad, the man used the picture he took with the newborn as his profile photo.
Below are some of the reactions from Facebookers:
Cindy Hurth Sharp said:
"She is absolutely beautiful congratulations on you guys new arrival."
Christy Robinson said:
"Precious, that is a very blessed day. l've had this day for 63 yrs, so HAPPY Birthday to us."
Jasmine Edwards Dennis said:
"Congratulations to you and your wife on your beautiful bundle of joy!"
Marjorie Coleman said:
"Congratulations, she's beautiful!!! God Bless y'all!"
Becca Carpenter said:
"Her NAME!! So powerful! GORGEOUS babygirl!"
LaTashia Dixon said:
"Absolutely beautiful!!! Congratulations to you both!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 54-year old Nigerian woman, Funmi Ajagbe, gave birth to a set of triplets with her first pregnancy, a thing that does not usually happen.
The new mother’s friend, Odunayo Olupona, took to Facebook to disclose that Funmi welcomed her babies despite the long wait.
In her post on Tuesday, August 11, she posed a rhetorical question, asking: "Is there anything too hard for God to do?" as she emphasised with Yoruba praise words how great He is.