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“Nobody Will Send Miscarriage To You Via Instagram Or Facebook..Take Your Mind Off Negativity” – Laura Ikeji Speaks On Why Women Should Not Hide Their Pregnancies

   

Credit: instagram.com/lauraikeji

Many Nigerian women don’t like to show off their pregnancies on social media, some will even hide it for as long as they can before they let people around them know. At the end of the day, we think we are all entitled to do what makes us comfortable, there are really no rules to this.

In an Instagram post,  new mother Laura Ikeji-Kanu says she is glad many women are beginning to show their pregnancies.

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She said,

I’m glad alot of Nigerian women are beginning to document their pregnancy journeys, women ‘re beginning to post pictures of baby bumps,dance videos, vlog about how miraculous pregnancy journeys ‘re.

Until recently, Nigerian women hid pregnancy as if it was something to be ashamed of, so what if you added alot of weight, so what if you looked darker with alot of pimples , so what if you looked out of shape, it’s a thing of joy, be fat, be dark , be different from what u used to be. No biggie. Just enjoy every second of it.

Ps. Nobody will send miscarriage to you via Instagram or Facebook.. take your mind off negativity. God has blessed you with what a lot of women ‘re looking for, relax n enjoy this glorious journey. I can’t wait to be pregnant again. LK.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Joy Ogbuji

    Joy Ogbuji

    August 9, 2017 at 12:20 am

    CChinwendu Reuben exactly your thoughts.

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