Gospel artiste Emmy Kosgei has opened up on why she is not in a rush to have her own biological kids with her hubby five years after their marriage.
In an interview with Parent’s Magazine, she opened up about her marriage, revealing that compassion and love and some of the reasons she married the apostle.
According to Emmy, she did not get married just to have kids. However, she revealed that she is open to having kids someday as there is a lot of pressure imposed on her over getting her own babies.
“I didn’t get married just because I wanted to have kids. Relationships are about unions and destinies. If you are attached to the wrong person, it can affect your destiny permanently. I’m also very busy but yes, I do hope to have my children someday.”
According to Emmy, she does not regret her decision to marry the apostle and appreciates him for loving her genuinely and giving her reasons to stay in love.
Months ago Media personality Mark Maasai also opened up on why he and his wife have not had any kids yet despite the fact that they have already been married for three years.
“We are still learning the ropes of marriage,We are not in any rush when it comes to babies, but I can assure you my soldiers are marching and as soon as the baby is here we shall let you know,”
Kambua has also on a few occasions tackled the children issue as she is also under ‘societal pressure’ to get kids. Sadly what most people do not know is that God is the giver of life and only him can decide when to bless you.
“Motherhood is a calling. A great one. But it’s not the only one. Stop all this kosokoso of making people feel “less than” because they’re not mom’s, by choice or by circumstance.
it angers me when people keep being intrusive on issues such as when are you getting kids it upsets me because people don’t know what you are struggling with, people don’t even know whether you want to have children or not.
People don’t know if you can actually get children or not, There are so many women who are fighting infertility and I would wish that people be sensitized on this issue. It’s such a shame that we have become a down shaming society.”