You may have read this from one of the Grace Msalame's stories here on Kiss 100 and I will just say it again. She is a superwoman.

She opened up on her pregnancy journey and the birth of her third-born, her son.

In an Instagram QnA session, Grace was asked by one of her followers to talk about  Vaginal birth after caesarean section (VBAC). It may seem like it is an impossible thing, but it happens.


"Maybe on his 1st birthday, it will all sink in! I still can’t believe this particular prayer was answered and just how I desired at the comfort of my own home I had my water baby yaani ni Mungu to imagine! niliomba yangu yote. " Grace answered.

Grace also added that she always has separation anxiety from her little boy when a follower shared she goes through the same and wants to learn how to deal with it.

"Sis tuko pamoja I only go every fortnight for a couple of hours otherwise work remotely because I’m that mum! Yet I miss him even when I’ve dashed to the supermarket. Same with my girls, stayed at home with them for about a year before I was ready to return to work. Though I know this is only by the grace of God to be able to do this. What I’ve learned with relationships though especially our children is quality! Ensure when you’re with them you are present. You may not have the quantity you want but make it worthwhile when you are present. Hope I helped.”

Dear mothers, especially new mothers, that is some solid advise.