- A young mom recently took to Facebook to share pictures of her daughter wearing super cool clothes that she designed
- In the post, she explains how she had been inspired to start making outfits when her little girl was born
- Facebookers loved it, taking to the comment section to compliment her on her amazing design skills
One of the best things about becoming a mom is getting to play dress-up with your real-life doll. Many moms can attest to that and one such mom is Dineo Neo. She recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share pictures of her little girl, who she has had the most fun dressing up in clothes that she designed and made herself.
"Now I believe when a baby is born, s/he comes holding blessings in their hands. Before I had her I never knew I had a talent for fashion designing. When I got her in November 2018, the excitement immediately turned me into a designer.
"It all started with a headband, which came out not perfect but just okay. Now I dress her from head to toe, Reitu Hand Crafts. I never went to any fashion design school. She is my school. She is my Blesser and because of her #ImStaying."
Stayers loved seeing the little girl all dressed up in the beautiful outfits that were made especially for her. Many of them headed to the comment section where they complimented Dineo on her brilliant design skills.
One Stayer, Ditshego Selomo said:
"This is too cute... The love of a mother brings out many talents."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, passionate nurses are truly angels in human form. A young mom, Babalwa Mlandu, recently proved this to be true after she took to Facebook's ImStaying group to praise a young healthcare worker.
Babalwa shared a clip of the young man sweetly humming a song to the baby, who she explains was having blood withdrawn for some tests. She also explained how the baby had initially been screaming but was soon soothed by the patient nurse.
"Today they wanted blood from my boy Milisa, he was screaming. The guy started to sing for him, he listened until the guy finished. I was so impressed, some people were called to what they do, for this #ImStaying," she wrote.
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