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Mother warns baby girl about impending load shedding



mother warns her toddler about load shedding

Load shedding has become a sad reality we must deal with, even if we don’t fully accept it. It is part of our daily lives, forcing us to find ways to maintain a sense of comfort for our families despite the inconvenience. So for the sake of future generations, we have to accept load shedding. According to Jacaranda FM, a video is trending where a mother warns her toddler about load shedding.

In the video, the mother explained that she must constantly remind her child about an upcoming load-shedding session. When she forgets to give the reminder, the child’s reaction is far from understanding or forgiving.

As it turns out, the young girl is a devoted fan of the popular children’s show ‘Cocomelon.’ When the power goes out, she misses watching her favourite program, and her disappointment and frustration are palpable.

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See her reaction in the video below:

@cgas_candyI warn her about loadshedding otherwise she cries non stop because Cocomelon is off. However, she’s in shock everytime the power goes out and there’s only the desk light on🙆‍♀️♬ original sound – Candice Stanley

This video serves as a reminder of the impact load shedding has on families, especially the youngest members, who struggle to understand why there are disruptions in their routines. It highlights the lengths parents go to mitigate the effects of load shedding and maintain some semblance of normalcy for their children.

While load shedding remains an ongoing challenge, it is heartening to witness the resilience and creativity of parents as they navigate this reality. As we strive to find solutions and improvements, let us remember the impact it has on the lives of our little ones, who are learning to adapt in their unique ways.

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