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Mulamwah's Wife Carol Sonnie Shows Off Their All Grown Up Baby In Adorable Photos

On September 20, Mulamwah and his wife Carol Sonnie welcomed their baby girl, Keilah Oyando, into the world.

The two have been loving becoming parents, and they aren' t afraid to show it off on social media.

Sonnie updated her admirers on their daughter' s excellent progress with a nice video.

Carol Sonnie, comedian Mulamwa' s wife, has delighted her followers with a sweet video showcasing her daughter' s development.

Carol Sonnie (blue clothing) stands next to Mulamwah, who is carrying Keilah Oyando.

The mother of one updated her Instagram stories with a wonderful video of herself and Keilah Oyando to show how beautiful their kid has become.

Sonnie was observed clutching her infant carefully over her breast while repeatedly calling her name.

Her two- month- old baby girl was dressed in a white shirt and white dotted black leggings, while the pleased mother donned a green hoodie. They appeared to be in good spirits.

Mulamwah celebrates the birth of their daughter, who is now a month old.

On Sunday, October 17, the highly gifted comedian shared a lovely snapshot of himself holding their one- month- old bundle of joy while his wife, Sonnie, looked on.

While captioning the photo, the delighted father reflected on how quickly time flies when one is having a nice time.

" It is amazing how quickly time passes. She just celebrated her one- month birthday today. Mulamwah wrote, " I love you my daughter @keilah oyando, We love seeing you grow. "

Mulamwah responds to a woman who requests a child.

Mulamwah uploaded an amazing video of his daughter Keilah Oyando in a separate piece.

The 25- second film showed the tiny angel playing in her cot, and the cute video drew a slew of female comments attempting to charm the comedian.

One woman brazenly commented on the video, advising Mulamwah to get pregnant and flee.

" Mulamwah, aki si uniweke mimba alafu utoroke (impregnate me then flee), " said the lady.

Mulamwah was amused by her remark, and he reacted with a witty retort.

Mulamwah answered, " Nilikua tu na hio moja (I just had that one seed). "

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