Children who watch cartoons become more smarter. Their vocabulary increase as well. They combine what they learn in school and what they watch. Screens might not be good for them but they are also helpful. Children are angels on earth and they make life way easier for us than anything else.
Connie Ferguson didn't stop with the carpet Sundays that her and her late husband used to do before he passed away. She continues preaching the word of God to her fans as well as lean on him. She might be doing for herself but but is uplifting many people.
She shared this week's carpet Sunday and her famous grandson King Ro joined her. Ronewa is known for his role on Rockville where he played Masego. He is also known for being the meme king on the twitter streets. The little man read the scripture and we are impressed. He is definitely smart for his age.
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