‘Sometimes the waves of grief knock me off my feet’ -Kambua on losing her son

‘Sometimes the waves of grief knock me off my feet’ -Kambua on losing her son

Almost five months after the death of her son Malachi, Kambua says grief still knocks her off.
The mother of two has advised people who are grieving to take it slow as grief is not a destination.
She and her husband lost their son after he developed complications after birth.
Through her social media she wrote
‘’Every day I’m learning that healing is not a destination, it’s a journey. I’m on a journey that I did not sign up for, but I’m braving it, every moment of every day.
Sometimes the waves of grief knock me off my feet, yet I know that they won’t always wash over me. I know that one day it won’t feel like I’m constantly navigating a minefield…
One day it won’t feel like my heart is carrying a rock. But until then, I will be kind to myself, and allow myself to feel everything I’m feeling. I will allow my rock, Jesus, to carry me. So as you witness my brokenness, may you also witness my healing’’
‘Jemutai and I were not on talking terms’ Professor Hamo on why he was exposed by his baby mama
I went to my first wife and we talked, the best thing was that she knew about Jemutai.
LIFESTYLE21 HOURS AGO
In February, Kambua announced the demise of her son Malachi, saying doctors tried all they could to save him to no avail.
‘’What a privilege it has been carrying a life yet again. My little baby boy Malachi made a grand entrance into the world a few days ago.
He was everything we hoped for, and more, much more. Perfect in every way. Malachi knew how much he was loved, and so he did all he could to stay with us. With the help of a most dedicated team of doctors & nurses, our little baby fought, until Jesus healed him by taking him to Himself. Malachi is now free from pain, and any worldly care.
Our tears fall freely because our hearts are broken beyond words. But our faith and hope remains unshaken because we have our trust in a dependable God.
A good, good Father. We may not know how to navigate the days ahead, but God does. And so we trust Him, a moment at a time. Malachi Manundu Muthiga Mathu. You were deeply loved, and will forever be remembered. Your Father, your mommy, and your brother Nathaniel, will carry you in our hearts always ??? Please allow us some time to process all of this, we will respond to your calls and messages in due time.’’

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *