An enthusiastic Oyinbo woman who is married to a Kenyan guy released a video of the first time she carried her infant on her back. In the viral video, the dancer was shown learning how to use a wrapper in their culture from her African mother-in-law.
The Oyinbo woman claimed that although she had begged her husband to tutor her, he had declined, saying that someone special would do it instead.
A white woman has expressed her happiness after successfully back-carrying her child while using a wrapper. The dancer simply known as Martina posted a video of her African mother-in-law making her go through the local practice of carrying a baby on one’s back on her verified TikTok account.
Martina enjoyed the activity. She was beaming when the older woman used a crimson wrapping to tie the child to her back.
Martina, who is married to a Kenyan, is currently a resident of that nation. The white woman claimed that she asked her husband to put her through but that he refused. He allegedly promised to have a specific person instruct her.
“My mother-in-law taught me how to hold the baby the African way,” the caption on the video reads. She handled herself with ease. I requested my husband to educate me, but he insisted that someone exceptional would. “What an honor to learn the knowledge of the culture from the sourcĕ.
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How lucky am I 🥰🙏🏽
Social media reactions;
Kijana Bosire said:
“What you’ve been missing…be close to her there is more…” lol said: “Tileh’s mom is a whole vibe tbh. “She makes me so happy effortlessly.”
“Still by gestures it shows you are not trusting that baby carrier….we were carried by ropes and never fell African mums no joke.”
“I personally love the way you all relate with each other from both sides of the families..much love.”
“Nigerians do this differently the baby falls asleep within a short period lovely.”
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