• The nanny has been with Wahu and Nameless since their daughter Tumiso was a few months old.
• The couple recently welcomed another child into the family.
Rosemary Wahu Kagwi, wife to Nameless has thanked her nanny of 16 years for sticking by them over the years.
The new mum took to her socials to celebrate the woman who joined the family when Tumiso, Wahu's firstborn was just a few months old.
In a video, Wahu showed her nanny cuddling and singing to their lovely newborn baby Shiru.
"Meet Tina, she's been part of the family for 16 years, and helped me from when Tumi was only a few months old." She said.
Wahu and her family were so excited to meet their new family member. From her husband's brothers to her mother, they all visited her in the hospital to meet baby Shiru.
The couple now has three daughters with Tumiso being the firstborn.
In a recent interview, Wahu said it has not been easy raising a teenage daughter.
She however says the effort is worthwhile.
Speaking to Mpasho's writer, Elizabeth Ngigi, the mother of three described raising her 16-year-old daughter as an adventure.
"It is different and it has got its own challenges and excitement," she said adding that she and Tumiso now have open conversations about life.
Wahu described raising her daughter as a friend saying it has made her become open in everything she is going through in her life.
"Sometimes I am like is this good to tell her? We have our moments of disagreements coz she will try to push a boundary or two but is exciting," she said.
Wahu said she is also learning to let go that Tumiso is no longer a baby which is a challenge in her head.
"Like during the pregnancy, she would want to go to prenatal clinics with me but I appreciate that and it is all about adjusting," she said.
On relationships, Wahu said Tumiso tells her when a boy wants to take her on a date.
"There are times she comes and says there is a boy who is asking me on a date and I am like, I don't know how I feel I wanna say yes, and she is like, we are just going to have ice cream and I come and I am like, fine, but it is not easy," she said.
Wahu said as a couple, Nameless also plays a big role in their daughter's life since she is also very open to him.
"She talks so much about boys with her dad and he gives her a guy's perspective since he is not the kind of a man who will intimidate boys and things like that which is very important," Wahu said.
Even when she is heartbroken or excited, Tumiso will share that with her parents.
"My advice to any parent raising a teenager is that, it is part of growing up and whether you like it or not, they will have relationships. It is a matter of do they tell you or not."