Children are the heritage of the Lord and they should be cherished by their parents. The blessing of a marriage is giving birth to lovely children as the family grows stronger in love. Every couple should be thankful to God for the gift of wonderful children as they are blessings from Almighty God. Also, parents should make sure to perform their duties as they train their children in the right way. They should be available for their kids in order to have good relationship with them.
In the Nollywood movie industry, we have celebrities who take time to reveal the face of their newly born babies. Some top female personalities don't support showcasing the identity of their babies at a tender age. In this article, we will be discussing Popular Nollywood Actress Bukunmi Oluwasina who welcomed a beautiful baby few months ago. This charismatic actress didn't disclose her pregnancy period but only announced the arrival of her first child in March 2021.
In a recent post on her official Instagram page, Actress Bukunmi Oluwasina has showed off a photo of herself and her cute baby but she didn't show the face of her baby. Admiring her adorable baby, Bukunmi Oluwasina said her baby has dimples like her husband. Check out the new post below:
Celebrities and fans have posted comments under the post about the mother and child picture. Actress Wumi Toriola, Mide Martins, Jamiu Azeez, etc were among the celebrities who reacted on the post. It may interest you to check out some of the comments below:
May God continue to bless Actress Bukunmi Oluwasina's family. Amen
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