This would probably be the shortest post on here. I have noticed this about me; I don’t express myself much when I am excited. Continue to rest in peace sweet mum (only you understood this). If you read my very first post on this blog, you will notice I said “mummy only went to rest and that she would be back soon”. Call me a prophet because I predicted it would happen. She is back, yes she is truly back and my joy knows no bounds.
Obviously my mum didn’t rise from the dead (no be Lazarus/Jesus Christ nah), but she has come back to this world as a beautiful and adorable baby girl born of my darling sis. I am glad my mum is back (that’s what I will call her for sure) and we will spend many years together in joy, good health and every other good things in this life. I used to tell my friends, the word “orphan” isn’t for me. I have been surrounded with the greatest brothers, awesome cousins, wonderful uncles and aunties and fantastic friends. I really miss my parents and I know they cannot be replaced but you guys have been there since their demise. A big thank you to you all and GOD bless.
Join me in welcoming my mum, niece, sister and aunt. My Omowunmi ju gold lo. Thank you GOD almighty for the safe delivery of my newest joy. Thank you LORD for the well- being of both mother and child and I must also commend my little man and nephew, Oluwatobiloba for being with his mum all through the pregnancy period. Uncle Dipo loves you to bits. He sure didn’t know what it took to have a sibling but always pushed his mum for a baby. Congrats my little man, you are now an egbon (senior sibling).
Thank you for reading…………………………………………… Bless