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SA Celebs Who Became First Time Parents In 2019

SA Celebs Who Became First Time Parents In 2019. The list of first time SA celeb parents of 2019 continues to grow. Just a few days ago Clement Maosa announced that he is a new dad. We are still waiting for great news from the likes of Bontle Modiselle who can give birth anytime soon from now.

Here is a list of local celebrities who were blessed for the first time with bundles of joy.

Clement Maosa

Linda Mtoba

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Khaya and Ntando Mthethwa

Denise Zimba

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The most beautiful and exhausting experience ever … Some woman thrive with joyous ease into motherhood, all 15% of you. For the rest of us … I commend your bravery, not only birthing an enormous responsibility, but letting go of your old self, letting go of putting yourself first, and birthing the mother who you are still getting to figure out and trying to recognize with every glance in the mirror. This new person you know you have to remind everyday that she needs to hold on and keep pushing through, as all things shall pass. I cry atleast every second day because I am exhausted and overwhelmed. I’m learning my baby and she is learning me, my husband, and the world she now exists in. Everyone is crying and exhausted all the time ?. Im not happy with how I look. My body does not feel like mine, my feelings bounce from wall to wall, I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks. I get overwhelmed every time my baby cry’s, I rush through everything, I have extreme guilt when I get the chance to leave the house on my own and try to collect myself or attempt a gym session. It’s all so hard ? BUT, what I am learning about life and the universes language and DNA, is amazing. The days when I open myself to a positive outlook and understanding, I always recognize something extraordinary. I am able to truly enjoy the little things in life. When my baby poos the right color and texture poo, OMG! Winning! When she throws up on me or wakes up at 3am to have a conversation in her ‘gibber gabber language’ for another 2 and a half hours, instead of just crying in that time, PROGRESS! When she smiles back at me or wraps her arm around my neck when I pick her up … I fall into tiny glorious pieces. BUT ITS ALL SO FREAKEN HARD! So well done to you mamas that follow through, with every child you birth. You are more than just a human being, YOU ARE A GOD. You reflect honor, grace, light, love, sacrifice, commitment, strength, and a POWER that you yourself cannot possibly comprehend! You just get it done! And for that, I salute you. You are doing the best that you can. Well done. ?

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Mmatema Moremi

Amo Chidi

Keke Mphuti

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