Ntando Duma shares with her husband a suitable environment for their daughter
South African media personality, Ntando Duma, has done a stellar job in raising her three-year-old daughter, Sbahle, alongside her dad, Junior De Rocka.
This was evident in Ntando’s recent Instagram post shared today, Martinmas 2020, where her toddler knew exactly what was up!
Taking on the ‘sneezing challenge’, Ntando pretended to sneeze without covering her mouth and nose so as to ascertain if Sbahle would be fazed by her mom’s lack of manners. Suffice to mention, Sbahle was but impressed by Ntando’s behavior and made bound to let her know that she had no etiquette. Giving her mom a side-eye initially, the toddler couldn’t affect the continual sneezing and screamed, “You got to cover your mouth! I told you to hide your mouth!”.
Finding her reaction hilarious, Ntando laughed at Sbahle’s clear annoyance, causing her daughter to become even angrier. She went on to state, “You aren’t covering your mouth! it’s important to hide your mouth! For the coronavirus! once you sneeze and cough!’. Ntando thanked Sbahle for telling her the way to correctly behave when she had the sniffles and asked for a demonstration. the small girl showed herself sneezing into the within of her elbow, proving that she knows the precise response that has been encouraged thanks to the spread of coronavirus.
A number of Ntando’s industry peers commended her for teaching her daughter the right etiquette and was impressed by her knowledgeable response and advice. Boity replied with, “This precious little genius!”, and SK Khosa agreed with, “Too smart.”
Ntando recently showcased the genius that’s her daughter in an Instagram post this past weekend. the 2 are now the ambassadors for the “Grow Great Campaign.” Ntando explained the aim of the initiative by writing that:
“People often compliment Sbahle how smart she is, and ask how I did it. I used to be lucky that I started reading to Sbahle since I used to be pregnant. Babies who were read to as newborns have a bigger vocabulary, also as more advanced mathematical skills than other kids their age. it’s never too early to start out reading for your baby. Start today.”
And the video then provides receipts for why it’s important to try to do so. Sbahle didn’t only recognize the numbers, but could also name the objects she saw within the book. The video continues the conversation and marvels at how smart the small toddler is. One person who marveled not only at the smarts of the small but the mothering skills by Ntando was Bridgette Masinga.