- A video has gone viral as it shows a man’s beautiful gesture to his wife while she was in labour
- The thoughtful husband showed her a series of notes he wrote as a way of encouraging her
- The notes reveal their eventful journey through their marriage, which made for an emotional viewing experience
A video has made waves on social media for showing a man’s love for his wife, as she prepared to give birth to their child.
Women across the world all agree that childbirth is one of the most painful and challenging experiences they face during their lifetimes.
It is also one of the most beautiful, but the experience is often very stressful for the father-to-be as well.
Kendall Caver used an innovative approach to take the sting out of the situation by writing a series of notes for his wife.
While in labour, he displayed each note, which ultimately led to a powerful message at the end.
Caver's goal was to get his wife, Jasmine, to relax and have an easier delivery.
The notes revealed their journey over the years.
YEN.com.gh gathered that the Cavers reside in Atlanta in the USA and their 2 years of marriage served up its fair share of challenges as they endured a failed pregnancy previously.
Caver's beautiful gesture was caught on camera and shared via Facebook.
Social media users were drawn to the inspirational video and story as the post went viral, achieving 30 000 likes in the process.
Jerry Thompson said, "Congratulations on your new bundle of joy... Stay blessed, creative and unique."
Susan Stroud added, "Congratulations with so much love!!! I’m crying happy tears for you both and your baby princess!!! This video is priceless."
Pamela Williams commented, "Whew!! Writing a comment with tears in my eyes is harder than I thought. God is so good! I am so happy for you both. Love you guys and I can’t wait to meet my new cousin."
Meanwhile, following the arrest of three alleged coup plotters after they targeted Ghana’s presidency, some Ghanaians are mopping the floor with the country’s government in a funny twist, using a coup challenge hashtag on Twitter.
Ghana's government in a statement said the plot had ''the ultimate aim of destabilising the country''.
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