Janet Mbugua and Eddie Ndichu’s second-born child has turned a year older.
The former Citizen TV presenter gave birth last year in September and developed health complications afterwards.
She was forced to undergo surgery to remove her gall bladder.
I UNDERWENT A SURGICAL PROCEDURE NEXT TO MY NEWBORN, AND IT WAS INSANE. I HAD MULTIPLE MELTDOWNS AND I THANK MY FAMILY MEMBERS (BOTH MINE AND MY HUBBY’S) FOR BEING SUPPORTIVE. THEY WERE THERE FOR ME. MOST INCREDIBLE FAMILIES,’ she said in her vlog.
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Celebrating her son’s birthday, Janet penned a heartwarming message to him, which read,
It was around this time, a year ago today, that this precious, loving, UNPROBLEMATIC baby was born. Happy birthday Mali. Love you in my heart and my bones. Keep that calm, kind and warm spirit. Always.
Folks, let’s constantly surround our little ones with love, with prayer, with wisdom, with the intention of raising Kings and Queens.
Her husband Eddie Ndichu also showered his offspring with love. He shared a series of photos accompanied by sweet messages.
Happy 1st Birthday Son. Mali Mwaura Ndichu. 17.09.2019,’ he wrote.
And just like that, we are 1 year old! Happy first birthday Mali. May God fill your gentle spirit with grace and favor for many more years to come! I love and bless you son!
Below are photos of the couple’s cute son.
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