Laura Ikeji is an influencer and a businesswoman, she is married and has a son and a daughter and she takes no chances in showing them off.
She recently posted a picture of her son on her Instagram wall, in the picture, the son was eating jollof rice.In the caption, she wrote that her son woke her up by 2:45 am, that he woke up to eat the jollof rice she cooked.
In her words " He sure woke me 2:45 am, Lil man woke up to eat mommy's delicious Jollof. Obviously, he couldn't get his mind off the food".Coincidentally, on the shirt he was wearing, it was written "Don't wake me, I will wake you".
Seems that was what played out and her fans told her that, that was what was written on the shirt the son was wearing.
A lady told her not to wear him that shirt again.
Another lady said her son just finished a bowl of yogurt now. And went on to say that all this nonsense must stop, she ended her words with a laughing emoji.Another fan told her to see the shirt she wore him, maybe, that was the reason he woke her up.Motherhood is beautiful and is a beautiful journey every woman should experience.
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