- Nana Ama McBrown has put her daughter Baby Maxin’s room on display
- The room has a large fitted wardrobe full of baby stuff
- She stood there to record herself singing a worship song
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Popular and beautiful actress Nana Ama McBrown has shared a video of her daughter Baby Maxin’s room.
The baby’s room is full of items making it look like a big boutique.
Inside the wardrobe are baby dresses, toys, and many others including shoes also on top of the wardrobe.
The actress stood in the room to record a video of herself singing a worship song to God.
She sang of how God has changed her name [from a barren woman to a baby’s mother].
Mcbrown also sang of how grateful she is to God for his interventions in her life.
Many people have commented on the video with some saying their attention was not on the music at all but rather, Baby Maxin’s room.
Afia, for instance, was full of admiration for the room:
afia_ampadu: “Let’s hustle o see pikin en room.”
Sandy couldn’t agree more on Afia’s point above:
gyemfasandy: “@afia_ampadu say it again.”
Akosua confessed that her focus was on the room and not the music:
akosuaankomaah: “@afia_ampadu that was where my concentration was not the music.”
Cardi also had her own point:
akosuah_cardi: “@maamehafiah guys please help us hustle so we can also chill ooo hw3 every woman like sochiiii ooo. the way I was paying much attention to the closet erh aboa aboa.”
Amma thought she was the only one to have focused on the room:
amma___amma: “@afia_ampadu Thought was the only person who saw it. We need to hustle la.”
William also described the video as lovely:
6484william: “Awwwww Nana that's lovely.”
Pat also thanked McBrown for the worship:
eddypat_23: “Thanks for the worship. I have been touched by it. thank you so much. God bless u mom.”
Meanwhile, Baby Maxin was in the news recently when a beautiful photo of her poseing by her red car popped up.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh published a report on the actress herself.
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