Toolz Oniru Demuren has for the first time shared photos of her son on social media as he celebrates his birthday.
The On-Air personality took to her Instagram page on Thursday, December 12, 2019, where she shared some photos of her cute little man. She went on to caption the photo with a beautiful message as he celebrates his first birthday.
"On the 12th of December last year at 9.24 am, my prince was born. There are no words to describe how much you mean to us. You bring us so much joy and we thank God for you every day. Thank you for bringing me a new purpose; thank you for making me a better person; thank you for being one of the best things to ever happen to me, and above all thank you for choosing me to be your mum. I love you to the moon and back, and my daily prayer for you is for God to always keep and protect you and that you live up to your name - ASHER.
"Asher means happy, fortunate and blessed. May you be HAPPY, and may you bring HAPPINESS to everyone around you. May you be FORTUNATE, and may bring GOOD FORTUNE to everyone around you. May you always be BLESSED, and may you bring BLESSINGS to everyone around you. Happy 1st birthday my baby. Love you always ❤❤❤❤," she captioned the photo.
Toolz and hubby, Captain Tunde Demuren welcomed their first child back in 2018. The couple welcomed their son, Asher in fall away United Kingdom.
The baby's arrival...
The news of the arrival of Toolz' baby first broke in December 15, 2019. According to the reports at that time, she gave birth in the United Kingdom. Earlier in the year 2018, the radio presenter shares her experiences with Genevieve Magazine going through labour pains that yielded a sad outcome.
It is quite agonizing for her having to collect the death certificate of a stillborn. She shares
“From the point, we found out something was wrong till when the process was over was quite harrowing, but the parts that really broke me were going through the pain of labour knowing my baby was already gone. also had a mini-breakdown when I had to get a death certificate so we could have a burial. I don’t think I’ve ever cried so much in my life.” First labour pain came during breakfast