Win with The Tea Merchant

You could be one of 20 lucky ladies who will be joining DJ Zinhle for a Women’s Month Tea at The Tea Merchant Dainfern Square.

All you have to do is:

1. Leave a comment below, telling us how your life has changed since you found out that you were pregnant/since you had a baby
2. Follow me, DJ Zinhle on Instagram
3. Follow The Tea Merchant on Instagram

Competition Rules:

1. Entrants must provide their own transport to and from the event.
2. The competition closes on Thursday 20th August 2015 and MOMentsByDJZinhle reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.
3. The prize is not be transferable to another person.
4. No part of a prize is exchangeable for cash or any other prize.
5. MOMentsByDJZinhle will communicate the date of the event to the winners in due course.
6. The winners of the competition will be announced on Friday 21st August 2015.

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    Lekgolo August 20, 2015 @ 5:51 am

    My name is Kgolo and I am a mother to a 20 month old baby Boy.
    His 4 names just sum up how Loved he is and how he completely changed my life.

    I’m 22 years of age and I had Rorisang close to two years ago at the age of 20. During my last month, I had complications with my pregnancy, which left my Son in a distressed state. He was too big and had i not went to the doctor that morning, i wouldn’t have a baby as we speak.I had to do an emergency C Section just a day after i was admitted into hospital.
    My son was in Neonatal ICU for close to a week after he was born. Seeing your baby lying in his incubator with pipes helping him to breathe will really toy with your feelings, worse is knowing that he was pumped with drugs to help his little lungs to breathe.

    You can imagine how i felt. I learnt something valuable tho, well he forced and taught me Strength. Remember a baby senses your every emotion so i just had to be Strong.
    He taught me Prayer. I now know that prayer will change a situation.

    I was never really a patient person but this little Man taught me some proper patience. The kind of patience i had to have with him got grabbed into my own life. I’m now begining to know the arts importance of patience. Baby Steps Mommy. It’ll happen lol.
    He has taught me as well that you can never be too old to learn from someone younger than you.

    At 22, I’ve just opened my own company, because and for him. I doubt i would’ve had this type of mindset had it not been for his existence in my life. He’s indeed a Loved (Oratilwe) Gift (Mpho) which gives me Hope (Tshepo).

    With everything that I went through growing up and before His birth, I finally know what Love is, and how to spread it.
    This Motherhood thing is a learning process, and i’m loving the journey!!


    Yolanda August 20, 2015 @ 10:30 am

    I had my daughter exactly two weeks ago, today. The birth didn’t go as planned, and I ended up having an emergency c-section alone. What I’ve learnt on my short time on this journey is that I am brave beyond measure. I now have an unshakable confidence that is steeped in an assurance that cannot be found in the best facebeat/heels/clothes/car/house, etc. The assurance can only be found in love.


    Alice August 20, 2015 @ 5:20 pm

    Hi my name is Alice when i discovered that i was expecting with my first born I was 24 years I was happy the support I got from my family and boyfriend it was amazing I enjoyed every step of my pregnancy,I knew which name to give him from my first doctors visit I still have the scans pictures I created a memory album,I named him Lehlogonolo because I felt i was lucky in fact I am lucky.the day he was born yoooooo the memories are still fresh I could not move my eyes away from him i feel in love ever and he has grown to be a young charming boy I can’t stop smiling Am blessed,en yet am blessed again am pregnant I feel like a queen in her castle the funny part My son always asks me mama is your stomach painful,did you eat too much food?when Am seated he will be saying sorry ne mama I could ask for more am touched by the high mighty God.


    Lethabo August 20, 2015 @ 7:28 pm

    Finding out your pregnant is probably one of the most happiest news a women will ever receive. The thought or rather knowing that you have been choosen to go through such a magical experience,one that will bring tears to your eyes whether it is because you feel overwhelmed by the fear of not being ready or the fact that this has been a moment you have been waiting for.

    The decision to either go through with the experience regardless of what may be happening around you is a brave and profound step. The dreams of wondering what your lilttle one is going to look like,the joys of feeling them grow and eventually seeing the gestures of their movements is breathtaking. The fact that you could possibly love someone soo much but you haven’t met them yet is truly amazing.

    Be it that you have someone to go through this whole experience with or even just the support of your family or friends is nothing compared to what it feels like to have a whole human being grow inside of you and finally getting to watch them grow.

    Gods will is something soo frightening and yet we need to trust it cause He knows best,He knows our hearts desire’ and His plans are not to harm but to prosper you.

    This has been a brief explanation of my journey to being a mother,looking forward to hold this little creature in my arms and simply be the best mother I can be to him/her(have decided to keep the sex a surprise because I feel that either way I wouldn’t want to trade the path that I am enduring for anything whether its a girl or boy,your still mine and I am going to love you beyond what I am ought to be)

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