Lillian Nganga: Have a baby when you’re ready
Lillian Ng’ang’a has shared her two cents on becoming a parent when one’s not prepared for it.
Speaking to her online fans, the mother of one advised that women should be careful not to get children when they are not ready for the journey because it is not something one can easily opt out of.
“As a woman, have a baby when you are ready because once it is done, this is something you cannot just opt out of,” read Lillian’s message.
Lillian Ng’ang’a and her husband rapper Juliani announced their romantic relationship a few weeks after she had ended her marriage with her now ex-partner, former Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua in 2021.
Juliani in an interview, said that he was not looking to get into a relationship with Lillian, but things accelerated after she took his number.
Two years down the line, the two are parents to a handsome baby boy called Utheri (light).
In a previous interview, Lillian said she is in a very happy marriage with Juliani.
“My one year with Juliani has been very easy and that is how love should be. It should be as easy as breathing. I like it because this is a person who wants the best for me above everything else,” she said.
During the interview, Lillian spoke about having her baby saying;
“Everything happens for a reason and it’s very rare to sit down and agree that we gonna get children in July,” she said.
“But now that the baby is here, I wouldn’t change it for anything. It is the best thing to ever happen in my life. I am the happiest mother in the world.”
Lillian also explained why she and Mutua didn’t get a child together.
Having been together for eight years, one would expect that the couple would have started a family.
However, when asked why she didn’t have one with Mutua, Lillian divulged;
“Nobody is ever ready to have a child. I am very open to the world and all that it has to offer. I take everything that comes to my life as it is and it might look as though it’s out of the norm, but everything serves the purpose. I am grateful for everything.”
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