A neighborhood mother commended her child's first birthday celebration by buying him a pristine ride-on toy Mercedes-Benz. The vehicle sells for a monstrous R4 200 on Takealot however @iviwe_mcobothi (Twitter username) was not going to reduce expenses on her little man's first year around the sun.
South Africans gave the dear baby huge loads of kindly words and glad birthday messages in festival of the day.
Named 'Mercedes GLC63S 12V Ride-On Car' on Takealot, the 'vehicle' sells for R4 200. @iviwe_mcobothi shared four pics online of her dear baby and his smooth new ride and peeps couldn't get enough of him.
From his cute plump cheeks to his charming haircut, @iviwe_mcobothi's kid positively won the hearts of numerous Saffas.
@iviwe_mcobothi's post acquired more than 6 200 preferences in under a day. Her little one got huge loads of glad birthday messages. I think this is a very nice gift for the child. He will grow up motivated and full of knowledge that he is destined for good things and will go to great lengths to achieve them.
This is a gesture that most South African parents should learn from.
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