Nollywood actress Lydia Lawrence-Nze has revealed the ordeals that occured during her daughters birth and is ready to narrate them all to her little daughter when she grows up.
The mother of one revealed how she was affected by the coronavirus outbreak, global lock downs, Black Lives Matter protests, and the the Endsars protest during and after her child’s birth.
She also revealed how the pandemic and other aforementioned occurence in 2020 made her race for toilet papers in stores and queue up to buy groceries.
Some day, I will narrate to my darling Baby Mercedes how unique the year 2020 your birth year, actually was. Starting from the emergence of the coronavirus, the global lock downs, the race for toilet papers in stores, the queues for groceries, the face masks, then Black Lives Matter protests. And then after a long stay away from Naija, coming back to meet the Endsars protest in a few weeks.
However in all, by the Grace of God, you are still one of the reasons I thank God for 2020, and you are doing amazing good at making my thanks to God more delightful with your cute smile, wholesome energy and everything You do ……..
I love you with all of me my darling daughter