Omuhle Gela wants to empower black women raising #YummyMummies

Omuhle Gela wants to empower black women raising #YummyMummies

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Muvhango actress Omuhle Gela threw a luncheon to treat some of the mothers in her network who work hard, hoping to use the chance to highlight the importance of taking time out so motherhood doesn’t overwhelm you.

After hosting and treating 25 special moms as part of her “Mom’s Day Off” events, the star said she hopes to give the yummy mummies a space to chat about being a parent, to take it easy and, ultimately, empower each other as black women raising the future generation.

“It’s very important that we have good conversations, network, have good food and drinks, just let loose once in a while and, most importantly, empower one another as young black women raising our future generation,” said Omuhle.

A new mommy herself, being a mother can be overwhelming so a day of putting up their feet was all they needed.

“I must admit, being a mom can get overwhelming! So, this was much needed! Thank you moms for taking the day off with me! You looked amazing and it was good meeting each and every one of you,” she wrote.
After giving birth last year, Omuhle said she refused to put pressure on her body to “snap back” if it could cost her her health.

“I’ve been focused on fully healing and I refuse to succumb to the pressure of snapping back at the expense of my health. My focus is my wellbeing, and my daughter’s.

“To answer your question, mommies, I’m not on a diet. The weight I dropped happened on its own. I’m kind of letting my body do its own thing at its own pace. but I definitely need to begin working out soon,” wrote Omuhle.
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