I have sung all lullabies even by Celine Dion – Wahu shares newborn woes
Veteran singer Wahu Kagwi who in October welcomed a baby girl has shared her newborn woes.
The mother of three adorable girls became a mother again after 9 years and has been documenting the journey on her social platforms.
At around 1 am on Tuesday, December 6, she posted, “Leo nimeimba mpaka za Celine Dion. (Today, I have sung all the lullabies I know even those sung by Celine Dion).”
Wahu added the hashtag night shift meaning she was kept awake by the baby.
In her post, she added, “But why didn’t God just design babies to sleep at night from day 1.”
Her followers joined in the conversation with many sharing their experiences of sleepless nights with newborns.
“I keshad (stayed up all night) for 6 months straight I can never forget when I started putting her on my chest and as the months went on she grew heavier. Yaani even after three hours ujaribu kupinduka mnarudi square one (You try to turn and you and baby starts crying) she refused the Moses basket. I suffered. That’s why she’s an only child,” one Facebook user wrote.
Another one added, “Mine used to love Kikuyu worship songs I could sing at 3 am 😂😂😂😂 gaidi italala six when Val is waking up for school weh 😂 don’t give up mama it’s getting better…… Nikuletee lemon juu ya voice😂😂😂😂.”
Wahu, 42-year-old and her husband 46 years old have been waiting for baby number three for over six years.
“From when my second-born daughter Nyakio was about three years, I wanted another child, but God made me wait for six years before He finally remembered me.
I was not assisted, and I did not go for any artificial method, but God answered my prayers. When I got pregnant, I was not looking for a baby since I had reached a place where I was already trying to make peace and accept that I was a mum of two,” she said.
The Sweet Love hitmaker who already had two girls 16-year-old daughter, Tumiso, and 9-year-old Nyakio then gave up on baby number three and focused on enjoying her 40s.
When she got pregnant the talented musician was very anxious and avoided the media until her third trimester.
“Most people wanted to talk about the pregnancy but I just needed to get to the other side first and give birth. I was concerned about my health and that is one of the reasons I did not want to do interviews as well. I am human and I was concerned that something goes wrong. I had my concerns since I had read about different things, they say about getting a child at 40,” she said during an interview with Mpasho.
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