Weeks after delivering her first child Kenyan socialite Corazon Kwamboka today celebrates her birthday as she turns an year older.
The first time mum has revealed that if her baby did not come early his birth would have coincided with her birthday.
‘Happy birthday to me
No blingy photo, because this my is the most fancy photo I’ll ever have
No expensive trip, because this new journey is the best trip I’ll ever have to take
And honestly honestly; this is the best gift I get to have on a day like this. And also today was my original due date but he made an early debut.’
Kwamboka delivered almost two weeks ago after it was established that her blood pressure was dangerously high.
Explaining why their son had to be delivered early Frankie had earlier explained.
“Saturday night(1st August ) we had one of the most exhausting nights she had five-minute intervals of contractions. We didn’t sleep that much.
Sunday(2nd August) I was supposed to have the kids but they were away so we said we’ll spend time together but she was too tired and she slept till 4 pm but the whole of Sunday baby didn’t move, kick he was not that active.
I did not want her to panic because it being her first pregnancy and her going through endometriosis and all, the little things would scare her.” Frankie narrated
Sharing all this when in the waiting room, he added that,
“We reached out to the doctor and he said it was best we go for a check-up. In the evening (Same Sunday) we went for a check-up and everything was fine, Baby was kicking and all.
But BP was high. I have been measuring her blood pressure for the past 3-4 days and it has been on the high side and it is not a good thing especially for pregnant mothers.
Today morning(Monday 3rd August) when we woke he hadn’t kicked much so we went to the clinic and the doctor said that baby has to come out. He is fine but we are worried about you as the mother because her BP was too high.”
Well despite everything that went on Kwamboka is now a proud mother. Happy birthday to her.