- A woman on Facebook shared pictures of her adorable family and people couldn't help but love them
- Taryn du Preez shared lovely photos of her little girl and her husband who have an unbreakable bond
- Du Preez had decided they would not have more kids after the three they already had but she fell in love with this girl while volunteering at an orphanage
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A woman by the name of Taryn du Preez took to social media to share pictures of her beautiful family in the group I'm Staying.
Du Preez shared pictures of her husband and daughter whom she adopted several years ago.
She said she and her husband had agreed that they would not have more children as they already had three but she fell in love with the little girl while volunteering at an orphanage 6-and-a-half-years ago.
The husband is also besotted with their beautiful baby girl and they have an unbreakable bond. The post received some love from Facebook as it garnered 17 000 likes and 723 comments.
People commented on what a beautiful thing fatherly love is and said the woman was blessed to have such a loving husband and beautiful family:
"Love is never-ending."
"God bless you and your husband."
Zina Oliver Meintjes:
"Dad and his beautiful daughter, the best love story."
Sugar Griff Bikitsha:
"Daddy's and dfaughters... A truly special bond."
"Look at you awesome guys! Taking the world by storm."
Meanwhile, the country found out Caster Semenya and her wife, Violet Raseboya, became adoptive parents, they have become obsessed with their bundle of joy.
However, Semenya and Raseboya manage to maintain a perfect balance between their private lives and what they let the world know about their family. The couple took to their respective social media accounts to show off their daughter's footwear.
Over the weekend, Semenya shared a photo of her daughter's shoes and opened up about becoming a parent.
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