look at three adorable photos of babies who have been dressed in traditional clothing, celebrating heritage month and making our hearts melt at the same time.
#ImStaying went on viral on Facebook and parents turned to post their babbies photos. They were celebrating past and the future of this amazing Country
1. Maxaka Maxawu - Xitsundzuxo
Maxaka took to Facebook to share an adorable pic of her daughter, who looks very much like a Tsonga Queen.
The Mother by the Name Of Maxaka shared her daughter's photo on Facebook, The young beautiful queen she tooks like a Tsonga Queen on her Picture, and her mon baked a cake for her.
Handsome young guy who was posted by her mom on Facebook;
Lol his Zulu Name Is *Khumbulani* Named by his mom. She said he has to know his heritage and his roots because that what Is vital the most as he grow up. His mom searched up and down Zulu atire to make sure her son looks adorable fortunately she found It and bought In though It wasn't so easy but she made It at last. #Heritage Month, and her son turns one year after the day of heritage.
3. Ramapala TK Millicent
Ramapala shared this adorable pic of this girl who could very well be a Venda princess, she had the confidence.
Another parent shared a picture of her adorable and gorgeous litle angel. She looks like a venda princess, those pictures were so amusing, people they are so happy to see tbis beautiful thing. Little Princess she had confidence for days.
parents can do anything for their children that what Is needed.
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