The sports category has moved to a new website.

Felicity Shiru shares her delivery and postpartum experiences after being discharged

Felicity and Pluto received their baby on November 4.

Felicity and Thee Pluto. The couple received their bundle of joy Zoey on November 4

Social media influencer and entrepreneur Thee Pluto and his girlfriend, Felicity Shiru recently welcomed their firstborn child whom they have named Zoey Pluto on Friday, November 4 at 9:14 AM.

The two lovebirds could not hide their joy after getting hold of their firstborn daughter as they made public their new status of being parents.

Thee Pluto who had accompanied his wife to the delivery room was all smiles as he shared the good news as he welcomed baby Zoey into the world saying she had changed his name to being a father and further giving him honor in the midst of his peers.

" I have fulfilled my dreams by getting my daughter. Welcome to the world my child, Zoey Pluto. You have changed my name to be a father and given me honor. I pray for you a great life my true love," he said.

ADVERTISEMENT

On her side, Felicity did not have much to say but only stated the date and the time her daughter first came to the world.

Felicity now a mother of one delivered through cesarean (C-section), just as she had previously said.

In a question and answer session with her followers, most of them wanted to know how she is faring after the delivery, as well as the experience she had during the operation.

ADVERTISEMENT

"It is not as bad, with no pain during the process. It takes just a few minutes and the baby is out. The only thing I don't like about it is the recovery part," she said.

On yielding and producing milk for the newborn, Felicity revealed that she struggled for the first two days but has now managed to produce enough for Zoey which is a normal thing for new mothers as well as those who have given birth more than once.

Another fan wanted to know whether her sleep pattern had changed considering that the baby has to wake up at some point during the night for feeding and diaper changing to which she replied she has been calm.

ADVERTISEMENT

" Not as much, baby Zoey love sleeping a lot. Once she is fully breastfed, she is well which makes her sleep most of the time," she replied.

On the epidural block which is a numbing medicine given by injection (shot) in the back. It numbs or causes a loss of feeling in the lower half of your body. This lessens the pain of contractions during childbirth.

"Not as much as people say. I somehow panicked before getting the injection but honestly, it is not as painful," she said.

She also cleared the air about the absence of her family in their life saying they have always been with her from day one only that they have been behind the cameras but very present in her every journey.

This was after a fan asked why their immediate family is never seen around with them.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.
ADVERTISEMENT

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Smart approaches women in Kenya have adopted for better menstrual hygiene

Smart approaches women in Kenya have adopted for better menstrual hygiene

Exploring the cost of mental health care in Kenya

Exploring the cost of mental health care in Kenya

11 essential hacks for persons living alone

11 essential hacks for persons living alone

10 sleep patterns that signal you should see a doctor

10 sleep patterns that signal you should see a doctor

Rising trend: Why people with good hearing are using aids

Rising trend: Why people with good hearing are using aids

3 mental benefits of  keeping pets & why you should have one

3 mental benefits of keeping pets & why you should have one

Nairobi fly: Understanding its effects, habitat and treatment

Nairobi fly: Understanding its effects, habitat and treatment

Reasons no Kenyan may conquer Mt. Everest without supplemental oxygen

Reasons no Kenyan may conquer Mt. Everest without supplemental oxygen

8 interesting things Africa has contributed to the world

8 interesting things Africa has contributed to the world

ADVERTISEMENT