Tedd Josiah left speechless after daughter asked to see her mom

Tedd Josiah as he often calls himself, the manmom has not had it any easy raising a daughter single-handedly left behind by her mom barely 3 months of age, but still manages to put his best foot forward.

Over the years, a little baby Jay Jay has grown to take over her mothers looks, blessed with some adorable puffy African hair, charming smile and just a complete replica of her late mom, Regina. Katar


A baby girl who never had the chance to love, appreciate and adore a woman she would call ´mom´ until she was no more.

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The music producer has definitely been a super manmom, raising a beautiful daughter, able to make sense of the world around her. The love is sure unmatched!


Ill moment

Unfortunately, the time comes when a child realizes that unlike her, other kids have a mother and a father. So why does she just have one of them? A question a dear Jay Jay asked her dad recently and left him dumbstruck.

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Taking to his Instagram page, the Joka Jok CEO opened up:

It’s all fun and games until they start to add stuff up…..

It so happens that just 2 nights ago as they were preparing to retire to bed, the little girl popped up the disturbing question.


Tedd was like: “good night JayJay Daddy loves you”. Then the room was struck by a sudden silence before Jay posed:

Daddy were is my mommy?

The media personality grew cold feet, not sure what answer to give, fortunately, it was already dark so Jay could not see her dad break down to tears.


And this was his response:

…mommy is in heaven and is always watching over you

Before Jay Jay interrupted:

..she’s gonna bring me sweets ????…?

And Tedd was like: “yes baby mamas gonna bring u sweets”


Tedd had every reason to believe that Jay’s curiosity was sparked by her interactions with her cousins who have both mum and dad.

So she most have noticed “hapa hesabu hai ingiani”
Gods will isn’t ours He knows why…

We can only wish the dad and daughter nothing but love and light!

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Gloria Katunge