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Karen Nyamu And Baby Daddy Joins In Celebrating Daughter’s 8th Birthday

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City lawyer Karen Nyamu took to her social media platforms to celebrate her first daughter Tiana who turned eight just a few hours ago.

The mother of three was so grateful to God for the far he had taken her. Karen described her daughter as the most beautiful, multitalented, and the only one with a big heart.

Photo:[Baby Tiana, Dj Kelvin]

Karen thanked God for letting her be the mom of such a gorgeous daughter. She prayed that God makes her the best mom to her kids.

The lawyer wrote,” this little girl is eight years old today. I know, right? How time flies. And I often tell her that I feel so lucky God chose me to be her mom. The most gorgeous multitalented girl with the biggest heart. God help me to be the best mom and friend I can be to you, baby. Eight years old today! Happy birthday, baby. Lord, we are grateful for the journey.”

Photo:[Baby Tiana, Dj Kelvin]

Nyamu’s baby daddy DJ Saint Kelvin was not left behind, and he joined the mom in celebrating their daughter. He penned a charming message captioning throwback photos of his daughter while he was still a baby.

Kelvin described baby Tiana as his sunshine and asked God to give her a good life full of laughter and joy. The message read,” In a world full of copycats, be yourself, my love. In a lifetime of failures, find a silver lining. You are a force to be reckoned with, and I am beyond proud to call you my daughter! May god grant you a lifetime full of joy, love and peace in your heart and mind. I LOVE YOU, MY SUNSHINE.

Photo:[Baby Tiana, Dj Kelvin, Karen Nyamu]

During an interview with Radio Jambo, Kelvin described her baby mam Karen Nyamu as a good mom to their daughter.
He said, “ It was getting toxic; every day was basically a fight. But saa hii sisi ni maboys.” Before adding, “ She is a fantastic mother.. hata akidate alikuwa ananiupdate. Unajua lazima ataniambia juu kama kuna msee anakuja kwa hiyo keja my kid is exposed to them.”

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