Kambua looking good with her pregnancy

Birthday loading! Kambua celebrates her son as he turns 11 months

Gospel singer Kambua is a happy mum after her son turned 11 months today.

The mother of one shared a sneak pic of her son’s chunky legs and captioned it,

“My chunky legs turns 11 months today 🎉 God’s been so good to us. So good! 💝👶🏾
#mamanate

The mother of one has been documenting the journey of her miracle baby since the day she unveiled her pregnancy last year.

In previous posts, Kambua says her baby is a miracle.

The mother of one had been childless for over seven years of her marriage.

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She explained how grateful she is through an Instagram post.

“The encounters I have had with Him are all priceless. When the pain was gut-wrenching and my heart nearly drowned in tears, I never stopped believing that God would come through for me (whichever way He chose to),” she wrote.

“And as I hold my toto today, I am reminded that God gives good gifts. My baby Nathaniel is a miracle. He is, as my husband likes to say, a world-changer and a history-maker. And I believe His life will continue to bring glory to God.”

Kambua pregnant
Kambua pregnant

She encouraged those who are childless to remain calm.

“As you wait, my tent remains pitched right next to yours, in the land of hope. I haven’t crossed over alone. We will cross together, leaving no one behind. None of us shall be left drowning in despair. Our stories, regardless of how they unfold, will be beacons of hope along ancient paths,” she wrote.

Kambua explained how she was constantly asked when she will get a child.

“The reason it angers me is that people don’t even know what your journey is like. They don’t know what you’re struggling with,” she said.

“They don’t know if you even want to have children. They don’t know if you can have children and there are so many people, especially today, who are struggling with infertility. It’s so unfortunate that we become such a culture of being so intrusive and putting people down.”

 

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