Media personality Moshe Ndiki is expecting twins via a surrogate and he’s been a part of the journey every step of the way.
The father-to-be excitedly shared a video of his surrogate’s baby bump on his Instagram timeline with the caption, “Today is the first time I was with my surrogate and I didn’t cry when I had to go home. Sometimes I cry just speaking to my babies, I promise them the whole world, I don’t know where y’all are gonna stay.
“This love is the most purest, I’m in constant conversation with God to watch over them. My veins, my hearts, my loves … I adore you.”
When announcing he was to be a father recently, Moshe spoke of how emotionally taxing undergoing the journey alone had been, but expressed excitement in anticipating their arrival.
“I’ve prayed for this miracle of just being a dad, and also this gift to myself on my 31st birthday, my mom, whose now a soon-to-be grandmother. I have no words for God’s mercy and love for me.
“The past two years I’ve tried to live and build a life where me and my child could be good, comfortable, safe, loved, and God said, ‘Because uphapha (you are forward), bamba (take) twins’.”
Moshe said he was grateful to his surrogate and egg donor for allowing his fatherhood dream to come to pass.
“It’s a funny story how that happened, but I thank God [for] my surrogate, my surrogate’s husband and family. My egg donor, thank you. This journey is not for the faint-hearted and it’s been documented well. For those waiting, for those trying, for those interested.
“Me and my surrogate have been calling each other ‘mzali we (parents of) twins’. It’s always surreal, but we prayed over that term cause pregnancy is tricky, it’s sensitive and scary. She’s my real-life hero.”
In other trending news,
Actress Lungelo Mpangase Joins E.TV’s Scandal
e.TV’s first local medical drama soapie Durban Gen did not make it past two seasons.
This is as despite the soapie being first renewed for a second season in October 2023 only to go on a sabbatical in the...LEARN MORE