Diana Marua holding Heaven

1 year-old Heaven Bahati ready for school? Diana Marua thinks so

Bahati and his wife Diana Marua were blessed with a lovely daughter early last year. While Diana might be heavy with Bahati’s second child that does not mean that they have forgotten about the first of her womb.

A pregnant Diana holding her belly
A pregnant Diana holding her belly

Diana recently shared a tidbit about her daughter on social media. She posted an image of a cute looking Heaven. Her caption showed how proud she is of her 1-year-old. It read;

You’re too bright for your age Heav! it’s about time you go to school now 😂🥰 #MyHeart 

Heaven Bahati looking cute
Heaven Bahati looking cute

For those who follow the Bahati’s keenly, one would know that HJeaven already feeds herself and is already learning words. While most of her followers enthused about how beautiful Heaven looked some were concerned that a baby that young would be going to school.

Bahati laughing with his daughter Heaven
Bahati laughing with his daughter Heaven

Some are those responses are below;

queengk_; Not yet wacha amalizane na her beautiful mom daughter bonding lesson
roselidahkhaoma; But she is only one
quambocamakori; Chocha nayo?? Skul??yasminyusuf774’s profile picture
yasminyusuf774; Mtoto wa mwaka Shule gani

How young is too young to take a child to school? A recent study published by Harvard Medical School researchers in The New England Journal of Medicine shows that kids who go to school early can face certain health risks.

Among a large sample of kids in the US states with a Sept. 1 cutoff date for school enrollment, children born in August were 34% more likely to receive an ADHD diagnosis and treatment compared to their older classmates.

Bahati with his pregnant wife in Dubai
Bahati with his pregnant wife in Dubai

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a chronic neurobiological disorder that affects the brain structurally and chemically, as well as the ways in which various parts of the brain communicate with one another. In boys, symptoms tend toward hyperactivity and inattention; in girls, ADHD symptoms can include a tendency toward daydreaming and trouble following instructions.

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