Kambua’s moving message to Size 8 after life threatening pregnancy journey

My baby was born earlier than expected -Size 8

Kambua’s moving message to Size 8 after life threatening pregnancy journey

Gospel singer cum Citizen TV Presenter Kambua has penned down a powerful message to Size 8 hours after she uploaded an emotional video narrating the struggles she has gone through with her pregnancy. 

Size 8, who delivered her second child at week 34, disclosed that the pregnancy was life threatening and that’s why doctors opted for a C-section in order to save both lives.

“Don’t take baby showers for granted. Learn to appreciate everything in life because for me this pregnancy is a miracle. I almost died several times coz ya hii mimba,” said Size 8 in the video.

The journey was tough mama

Taking to Instagram, Kambua noted that she relates well with Size 8’s situation, basing on the fact that she also struggled to get a child for over 7 years of marriage.

“Today I celebrate Mama Wambo @size8reborn for crossing over victoriously! My own journey has taught me that it is nothing short of a miracle to conceive, carry, and birth a child. The journey was tough mama, but God carried you. We welcome your little one kwa shangwe na nderemo!! Ah! Jehovah did it! You are dearly loved. May He pour more grace on you in this season,” reads Kambua’s message to Size 8.

Baby born earlier than expected

On Wednesday, The Muraya’s put up a video documenting the struggles they have been through with the pregnancy, to the delivery room in an emotional 12 minutes video.

 “My darkest moment I was unwell myself in the NICU unit at @rfh_healthcare my baby born earlier than expected weeks before the due date and so rushed into the machines!!!! A moment even darker when there was a slight emergency that my baby needed some oxygen intake urgently but through it all GOD DID IT!!!!!!! In a little know hospital in ruai that is @rfh_healthcare God did it!!!!! GOD ALONE!!!!! We are alive by His grace alone!!! A MIRACLE CHILD I NOW CARRY IN MY ARMS!!!! Thank you so much to Dr. Opondo the pediatrician who was around at odd hours as late as 2am and your team nurse Lucy and ICU nurse Thomas!!!! ...... Glory to God,” added Size 8.


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