- A local mom has taken to Facebook to share with the world pictures of her adorable triplet babies
- The mommy, who shared the pictures with Facebook's ImStaying group, shared that the little ones are her reason for staying in SA
- Stayers who were moved by the beautiful post headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
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A proud South African mom and her simply adorable triplet babies have managed to creep into the hearts of thousands of South Africans. Beulah MamaSammy Mashaba recently took to a popular Facebook group ImStaying to show off the precious little ones.
In the heartwarming Facebook post, which included different pictures of the adorable triplets and their proud mommy, Beulah explained how the little ones were the reason why she has decided to stay in SA.
"Morning beautiful Stayers, meet my triplets, they are the reason why I am staying," she wrote in the absolutely heartwarming Facebook post.
The post received a whopping 34 000 likes and nearly 3 000 comments from Stayers who thought the babies were just simply adorable. Many of them complimented the happy momma and her cute little ones.
Read some of their comments below.
Simmy Nzimela said:
"What a blessing, they are so adorable."
Nonkululeko Khanyile said:
"They are soooo beautiful, may the Lord be with you all the way, stay blessed."
Maureen Durandt said:
"Beautiful babies. Congratulations."
Wilma Mans wrote:
"Triple the blessings! So cute."
In other touching news, an adorable video showing two toddlers helping each other climb a flight of stairs has been shared to Twitter. @HermaineM (Hermaine) shared the 30-second clip to the social networking site recently and South African tweeps are loving it.
The video shows the toddlers struggling up a flight of stairs but they make it up by extending their arms to assist one another. After a lot of effort, they make it to the top of the stairs. They then hold hands as they scurry away.
Tweeps have been loving this cute video and have already viewed it over 11 000 times. Hermaine captioned the clip: "Wow, this is so adorable, we can learn a lot from these little ones." One touched app user, @Mahlats36706570 wrote:
"A house is not home without these little ones. Just imagine someone out there saying I don't want babies..."
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