“This Is Beautiful”: Heavily Pregnant Nigerian Lady Shows off Her Baby Things With Joy in Cute Video
- A video of an expectant Nigerian lady showcasing her level of preparedness has elicited heartwarming reactions on social media
- The heavily pregnant lady took netizens through various sections of a wardrobe specifically for the coming newborn
- Many social media users sent the lady well wishes, while others who wished to have their kids said they "tap from her blessing"
A heavily pregnant Nigerian woman has sent social media into a frenzy as she showed off all her baby items.
In a trending TikTok video, she stood before a customised baby wardrobe, presenting one shelf after the other.
She proudly opened a section to showcase baby clothes that were hung and ready for the coming kid, then opened another shelf with neatly arranged diapers.
The excited woman, who was full of energy, also took netizens through her baby edibles, such as cereals and beverages.
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Her showcase proved she was ready for the newborn, as netizens wished her a safe delivery.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
Ayomide imade said:
"Safe delivery,u will use it for the baby u bought it for by God grace."
"This is beautiful."
Ogechi Lilian551 said:
"Safe delivery my dear...
"I was expecting to see the baby towards the end of the video. Safe delivery IJN."
"I will be sending my congratulations and be thanking God for others until God bless me, 10 years has gone."
"My sister, I tap into your blessing. God should continue to bless you and protect you. AMEN and AMEN."
"That's the spirit 2023 mum will be blessed and Safe delivery is our portion IN JESUS NAME."
"God its 3years without a child, as i congratulate you may i be next in Jesus name Amen, this is beautiful, safe delivery momma."
Pregnant woman dances with nurses before entering labour room
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a pregnant woman had danced with nurses before venturing into the labour room.
In the video posted by @vicky_myfavoritemidwife, the woman joined the jovial nurses to dance joyfully despite the pain of labour she may have been going through.
They all danced to "Ellu P", the popular song composed at a polling unit by Stephen Muoka.
She was so happy and didn't show any sign of labour pain. Shortly after the dance session, the woman delivered her baby. Her husband was also seen in the video clutching the baby when they came out of the labour room.