Citizen Tv gospel Sunday show host, Kambua, is enjoying adorable moments with her son. She has taken to post on social media while with him and in a caption stating the much she loves the son. "How long will i love you? As long as the stars are above you and longer if i can", she has written.
Kambua's son is really growing fast, after being born just the other day. The reply that Kambua has given to one of her fans, has also shown the much she loves her son. "It is very true that sons are very close to their moms. My son is glued to my hips", she replied to a fan's comment.
The son is her first born. She lost her second baby boy days after delivery. She went off social media for a while, trying to heal from the pain. Last week Kambua shared that she hasn't fully recovered from the loss. But she is doing all she can to be okay including going for vacations and reading more encouraging books. She stayed in marriage for almost 7 years without being able to get a child. Later on God heard her prayers and blesed her with two boys in a period of just 2 years.
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