Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham has expressed excitement, realizing how much joy, light and love that children bring to people’s lives and the world.

Joining mothers worldwide to commemorate the children’s day celebration, Toyin, in a post shared on Instagram, said she is grateful for the blissful experiences of motherhood whenever she looks at her children daily.

The actress prayed that the joy of every mother would continue to increase and overflow as they celebrate their children today.

Toyin adds that God will continue to protect and uphold children worldwide, and they will be greater than their parents in all ramifications.

Sharing photos of her son and step-daughter, the actress wrote: If there’s one thing I have realised, it is how much joy, light and love children bring into our lives and the world. So every day I look at my kids, I am beyond grateful for the blissful experience that is motherhood and it is my prayer that as we celebrate this year’s children’s day, may our joy continue to increase and overflow.

May God’s infinite mercy and protection cover our children and uphold them. They will live long to become great and greater than us in all ramifications and may God continue to give us the wisdom to raise them right and provide for them! Happy Children’s Day!!!

News recalls that Toyin Abraham in recent post shared on her Instagram page, revealed that the birth of her son added so much joy and happiness to her life which inspired the creation of the phenomenal ‘IRE’ game.

According to Toyin, mothers should not relent their strive to see that their children are nothing short of their best. Sharing a video of her husband and son playing together, Toyin wrote;

The birth of Ireoluwa added so much joy and happiness to my life. This inspired the creation of the phenomenal IRE game.

From a mother to another, never relent on your strive to see that our children are nothing short of their best. Today we are inspiring families.

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