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¨I wanna have a baby, then go back to school¨ Tedd Josiah recounts late wife´s dreams before untimely death

March 20, 2020 at 14:28
¨I wanna have a baby, then go back to school¨ Tedd Josiah recounts late wife´s dreams before untimely death

Kenyan ManMom, Tedd Josiah conquered all odds, taking up the responsibility of bringing up a daughter single-handedly after the demise of his wife.

Regina Katar bore a daughter, Jay Wendo, got to spend time with her for a couple of months before she bid her goodbye.

Since then, Tedd took up mummy-daddy duties for his now-growing daughter, who has grown too cute and a bundle of joy for that.

Music producer, Tedd Josiah with daughter, Jay Wendo

However, Regina´s memories still live to date and Tedd spoke of what she gave up, just to have their daughter.

Regina desired to have a child then later go back to school while running her business on the side.

All she wanted was ´support´ from her hubby, Tedd Josiah.

“I wanna have a baby, then go back to school and run my business, i might not want to study the same thing though, i might change it. Do you mind? Will u support me?” This was part of the conversation we had as mama shared her desires and dreams with me.

Collage of Tedd Josiah´s late wife, Regina Katar and their daughter, Jay

Describing the feeling deep down of seeing his wife´s dreams slowly come to be but ones she can no longer physically witness, tears the music producer apart.

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A daughter who takes so much after her mom, naturally, without any outside forces coming to play, he shares:

Today as everyday I look at the little angel 👼🏼 she left and trust me it’s different when you’re a single parent and when you’re an only parent…… I wish her mama could see how much she brought a child who without being told is just panning out to become like her mama in so many ways.

Continuing:

I wish she could see how her daughters eyes light up when she sees her mothers pictures. I wish on some days that she’d carry the burden with me of the baby and raising her of the business and raising it…. of life and walking it.

The late Regina Katar (left) and daughter Jay (right)

Unfortunately, they are but wishes, which keep him going, just to see his wife´s dreams fulfilled and finally get true peace in his soul.

But those are just wishes and not horses 🐎 to ride.
So I walk a day at a time sometimes a moment at a time in the hope that her angel 👼🏼 will grow and be ok, that her dreams will stay alive and i will one day find true peace in my soul
For now we…..
LIVE 🦋 and LOVE 💕
#RaisingJay #TheManMom #keepingmamasdreamalive

 

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  1. ¨I wanna have a baby, then go back to school¨ Tedd Josiah recounts late wife´s dreams before untimely death - Kenyan Digest : March 20, 2020 at 6:56 pm

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    • Congratulations Tedd, you’ve really made it. There are afew men in the world who can take care of the kids themselves without the support of their wives. Take heart and also continue taking care of the little princess because one day she’ll surprise you for sure. Just believe in God

  2. Congratulations Tedd, you’ve really made it. There are afew men in the world who can take care of the kids themselves without the support of their wives. Take heart and also continue taking care of the little princess because one day she’ll surprise you for sure. Just believe in God

  3. Keep going TED….you are a strong dad….she’s lucky to have a daddy like you

  4. Farmpro ventures : March 22, 2020 at 4:48 am

    Once a child is born, all he/she needs is a caring parent. Congratulations Tedd. I’m sailing in the same boat like yours only that the mother of our son turned cruelly negligent of the child, drunken with immoralities forcing her own father to consent to my taking actual custody of the child at tender age of three years. We have gone through an acrimonious duel in a highly compromised and biased Children’s Court and a subsequent High Court appeal process that eventual bestowed actual custody of the now 8yrs old boy to the father.
    The fallacy that fathers cannot take good care of a child of tender age is not only stupid but presumptively discriminative and unconstitutional. Those who fail in this are just but unworthy parents just like the so many mothers who abandon their babies to be with rescued by dogs, “good Samaritans”, abort or kill them to regain their freedom from obligations to the child.
    The current crop of women are to a great extent self-centred, materially driven and do not fit the presumed motherly sense of responsibility towards their children.
    The commonly biased female magistrates some with relationship problems resort to stereotyped judgements empathising with the female litigants and forgetting that the child is a ward of the court and the overwhelming best interest of the child need be in principle at the core of the courts determination.
    If it were not for the cruelty of death and it came to happen that after going back to school the marriage hit the rocks as happened in my case and has been the case with many others who took their wives back to school hoping that that would better the family’s socioeconomic status, would any magistrate in children’s court have realised how well Tedd could have taken care of the daughter to grow up happily bringing out the best in the child as ought be the dream of every worthy parent?
    Congratulations again Tedd. We stand to be counted amongst men for the good of our children. God bless you and all other men who are taking good care of their children where the mothers are not there for them.

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