Kambua has been a mum for three months now and she loves being a mum but there are a few downsides to it.

She listed down a few experiences she has been through as a new mum. From eye bags to dirty clothes. But even with all that, she admits it is a very rewarding place to be.

Eye bags. Burp on nearly all my clothes. Soiled diapers. Still, I wouldn't trade this new adventure for anything. Motherhood is H.A.R.D! But oh so rewarding.

In as much as we see women breastfeeding and think 'this is so natural', Kambua admits it can be a very daunting. She encouraged her fellow new mum's serving a lot of 'L's' that they are doing just fine.

With that Kambua assured new mothers that if they need her, she will be there to help.

Who knew that something as natural as breastfeeding could be so daunting? Or that sometimes your little one will cry and you'll end up in tears yourself? Who knew that sleep could become such a luxury?🤷🏾‍♀️ I salute every mother who's been on this journey. For staying on course amidst the challenges. And for not giving up. And to every new mummy like me, who's navigating this path with a big L sign "kurutu"- you are doing just fine. You have all it takes to nurture that little one. And when you need to lean in and ask for help, please do! I'll talk about my little village of helpers soon💛

Kambua has not given us social media in law's the chance to see her baby's face but from her Instagram page, she is enjoying being a mother.

After Size 8 released her video on the struggles during her pregnancy, Kambua wrote her a note to celebrate her strength because she knows how it feels.

"Today I celebrate Mama Wambo @size8reborn for crossing over victoriously! My own journey has taught me that it is nothing short of a miracle to conceive, carry, and birth a child. The journey was tough mama, but God carried you. We welcome your little one kwa shangwe na nderemo!!💃🏾🎉 Ah! Jehovah did it! You are dearly loved. May He pour more grace on you in this season 💛💛💛." Kambua wrote