- A woman, Sharlene Botha, welcomed two little blessings into the world recently
- She revealed her daughters were born at 33 weeks and five days and it had been a rough delivery and days following that
- However, the new mom said her twins are worth it and she shared adorable photos of the sisters
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On Saturday, a woman, Sharlene Botha, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to share why she remains in the country.
Botha welcomed two beautiful angels into the world. The proud mother revealed she gave birth via C-section on 23 June.
Her twin daughters were born early at 33 weeks and five days. Her post revealed one of the girls was in the ICU while the other had been observed in high care.
However, despite the challenges they face, Botha could not have been happier about her babies and she is staying in Mzansi for them.
Her post read:
"It's my turn to brag with my #ImStaying moment. On the 23rd of June the Lord blessed us with beautiful twin girls. They were delivered via emergency C-section at 33 weeks and five days, it was a rough few days, from one twin being in ICU and her 'lil sister in high care, but it's all worth it and that is why #ImStaying."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over 22 000 reactions and South Africans fell in love with the adorable little girls.
Joan Harrison commented:
"How very cute, I am one of twins and the bond is unbelievable. Congratulations and keep them safe. No names yet?"
Maureen Bonhomme said:
"Wow, congratulations, blessings from above."
June Landman wrote:
"Congratulations on the new babies. Blessings. God bless."
Ronny Kekana added:
"Congratulations on your beautiful daughters, glory and honour be to the highest almighty God."
In another story, a Ghanaian husband and father of three sets of twins, Paapa Assah Adama, and his beautiful wife have posed with their adorable babies.
The pair were captured in a spectacular image with all six babies as they beamed for the camera with broad smiles. Assah Adama, a former student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, currently lives with his family outside the country.
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