Felicity Shiru and Thee Pluto are now the new parents in town this is after they received their bundle of joy a few days ago.
Felicity Shiru had to go through a Cesarian section other than a normal delivery.This was due to some few complications which could have resulted incase she decided to undergo the normal way.
She therefore opted for the Cesarian Section.To most Cesarian section do come with lots of complications since the wound do take time to heal unlike the normal way.
During a question and answer session with her fans, most inquired how everything was after the Cs.She responded by saying that it wasn't that bad since their was no pain during the process plus it just took a few minutes and the baby was out.
She also spoke about having difficulties while breastfeeding the baby for the first two days after delivery.
She also mentioned what she loves about her baby.She said her baby loves sleeping most of the time and for this reason her sleeping pattern hasn't changed at all.
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