Children are so innocent and make everything look perfect. They make everything better. We have seen them in situations that we assume would leave them said but they turn out good. They look forward to anything and anything. There's never a dull moment with them.
Life works in mysterious ways. It is sad to see children sick because they do not even understand what is wrong with themselves. But throughout the pain they always smile and play. We often don't understand why God had to put them through certain illness but he knew their reaction and strength. They handle things even way better than grown ups.
Ntandokazi Leano Matikane is a little girl who left Mzansi gushing over her. Her mother shared a video of her showing off her bald head after she had to cut it because she had a hair condition. Her mother thought she would be heartbroken but she had the most beautiful smile when she said "tada". Her video even went to BET.
She's all grown and looks very beautiful. She celebrated her fourth birthday and twitter users celebrated her.
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