Andile and Tamia Mpisane welcomes their second baby

Andile and Tamia Mpisane has welcomes thier second baby four months after revealing that they were pregnant. The couple shared on Instagram that they have been blessed with a second daughter on thier Instagram pages.

The couple is exited about welcoming anew family member and thier family and they shared a sweet family video on thier social media account.

Andile and Tamia Mpisane welcomes their second baby

Captioning the video the Mpisane’s posted on their Instagram timeline they wrote:

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It is with immense joy and gratitude that we announce the arrival of a precious blessing in our lives, Messiah Shauwn Junior Mpisane who made a surprise arrival on the 20th of September 2023.

This little one has filled our hearts with an overwhelming sense of love and happiness, reminding us of the miracles and blessing from the Messiah.

The name “Messiah” holds a profound meaning, resonating deeply with the hopes and dreams we have for our remarkable daughter. In its essence, Messiah represents a chosen one, a savior, or a deliverer. We have given this name to our beautiful daughter as she entered this world with a purpose – to radiate light, love, and compassion to all those she encounters.

She is also named after her incredible grandmother, Shauwn, encapsulating qualities that we admire and wish to pass on to our little one. Shauwn is a symbol of resilience, drive, and determination. With this name, we honor the strength and unwavering spirit that runs through generations in our family.

To our dearest daughter, may you always feel the love and support that surrounds you. May you grow up with an unshakable belief in your own strength and abilities. May you understand that you are destined for greatness and that your potential knows no bounds. Above all, may you always be safe, protected, and guided by divine grace.

With love and blessings,
The Mpisanes

By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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