Kenyan content creator, Maureen Waititu have revealed to her followers why she never buys fitting items for her two children. Maureen shared a post on her social media platforms stating why she never buy clothes and shoes which are so fitting. Waititu is a Kenyan digital influencer and YouTuber who has been on the limelight since when she announced that she has broken up with Frankie Justgymit. Well, the mother of two baby boys have just revealed to the public why does not like to purchase fitting outfits for her sons.
Maureen Waititu shared a post on her Instagram stories talking about how she prefers buying bigger clothes and shoes for her sons. The mother of two stated that she does this because her sons grow up so fast. Maureen went ahead and revealed that when she buys fitting clothes her kids will not wear them for a longer period.
The influencer stated that for her to save money, she usually opt for bigger clothes to allow her children to grow in them. Here is Maureen's full post
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