Having a child means that theu literally become your doll. You get to do just about anything with them. While some men mostly experiment with their children, women get them dolled up and post them. Being a parent means you have the last word. That's one of the biggest benefits of being a parent.
Musician Theo Kgosinkwe became the luckiest men when he married his wife Vourne. Little did he know that they would soon have a little minnie them walking around the house. The two have a daughter Sky, who recently made us broody with her heritage outfits. She's like a real life doll.
Her mother seems to be having a ball dressing her up. We don't blame her, she looks amazing in everything. She shared a beautiful picture of them with their hair up. In front they both had their baby hair styled. They are giving us twining vibes. Theo is definitely blessed.
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