A 23 years old Kenyan girl has made her Facebook fans happy after posting her pregnancy photos. The lady who is among the shortest people in Kenya is barely 3 feet tall. She is however proud of herself and stepped out to show her beautiful baby bump. The soon mother to be can be seen beaming with pride as she anticipates her new born.
Her Facebook friends were so happy and could not hide it. They wrote congratulatory message on her Facebook page wishing her safe delivery and lot of joy as she starts motherhood journey. In which seems to be a personal blog in Facebook named Murang’a Newspaper did not divulge much details about her rather than sharing the mother to be photos online.
It is normal on social media when you post something to get both positive and negative reactions. Some people went up to criticise the man who gave her pregnancy claiming that it would burden the beautiful lady. The cyber bullying should not be tolerated in virtual space which should act as a safe haven for everyone to express himself or herself.
Fans will be hoping that they get pictures of the baby. It would be beautiful and a pleasure to witness this amazing journey. Which message do you have for the soon mother to be? https://www.facebook.com/621268651700887/posts/1086121838548897/?d=n
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