There's no such moments that makes a mother happy other than see her child or children grow up to certain stages in life. When kids are born, they are been nurtured at every stage in order for them to have good development both mentally, physically, emotionally, psychologically and otherwise.
One of such moments that makes a mother happy is seeing her child get to the level of being able to go to school, just like Linda Ikeji's son, Jayce goes to school today.Linda Ikeji is a popular Nigerian blogger and as a blogger, she understands the essence of getting a child educated.
Going to school is very important for we humans, because it gives us the right enlightenment and understanding we need to forge on with life as we grow up. This is because, the world requires more people who have great ideas in their head to push forward.
One of the things that a child needs from his or her parents is having a sound education. So, once a baby grows up to a certain age, they are quickly enrolled into a school as soon as possible just like Linda Ikeji did.
Her son is about 2 years plus and he has been going to school. But Linda Ikeji probably deemed it fit to share lovely photos of him as he goes to school today. Her son, Jayce has his school bag in his hand as he was properly dressed up for school as seen in the photos below.Pictures credited to Instagram
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