- Photos of triplets got many talking about how blessed parents are to have children
- Many prayed for their parents, saying that they wish to have the same someday
- The mother and father said they dressed the children up for their first medical checkup
A black couple with the Twitter handle @SeeAndTPlus3 welcomed their triplets in December 2020 and social media users celebrated them.
About three months after that, the parents dressed up the kids in an amazing photoshoot session as they captioned the photos, saying it is the triplets' first pediatrician appointment.
Placed on a cushioned seat and wearing baby caps and asleep, they struck different poses. Despite the fact they were birthed months ago, tweeps still congratulated the family for having such bundles of joy.
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There were those who said they caught the baby fever by just looking at the photos of the kids. Others who could not resist their cuteness complimented their looks.
See their parents' below:
The kids' photos have over 1,500 quoted replies with about 89,000 likes as at the time of writing this report.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations! What a beauty to behold."
"Awwww the littlest one Red heart .. beautiful babies!"
"Awwwwww! I have twins! I can’t imagine triplets! So cute!"
"First thing congratulations! Second thing imma pray for y’all."
"This is the blessing i want, , God bless my womb."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng 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.
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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, 2020, 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.