- A young mom who recently graduated headed online to share a heartwarming post about how her little one pushed her
- In the touching post, the mom included a snap of her little one who was sleeping next to her while she studied
- Many proud South Africans congratulated her heartily in the comment section of the post
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A beautiful and proud young mom recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about how she has finally become a graduate after she started her student journey while her little baby was still only a newborn.
The inspirational post that was shared on Twitter by @issa_goddess022 includes a snap of her little one sleeping while she pushed a late-night study session and another one of her proudly wearing her graduation gown.
"This is how I used to study back then with Baby Inathi, look, I just wanna cry, cause this lil man pushed me," she captioned the heartwarming snaps.
Proud locals wasted no time reacting to the post and soon it got over 6k likes. Many of her friends and followers also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post. Read a few of the thoughtful messages below:
"Imbokodo yamampela ❤"
"Why am I crying, I’m so proud of you."
"This is amazing ❤"
"I'm a proud Sister"
"I'm proud of you Zinzi."
"So much respect for you!"
In similar inspiring YEN.com.gh a beautiful South African woman, Happiness Ganabo recently shared with her Facebook page, Varsity World, the story of how she had the opportunity to study but then messed it up after getting consumed by varsity life and the distractions that come with it.
"I completed my matric in 2010. 2011 I got accepted at Cida City Campus to study for a Business Administration degree. I met friends who got too attached to tertiary fun life instead of books . 2013 on my final year I had 4 outstanding modules from the second year that I needed to complete before starting my final year first semester.
"I made sure I do my best this time around. I have finally attained my long-awaited degree. My name is Happy Ganabo, I am a graduate! Yes it is the first step and I am so excited for many more belts to come"-Happiness Ganabo Senior Consultant at Vodacom.
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