Renown female artist Nadia Mukami is celebrating her fiance and father of her son Arrow Bwoy as he turns a year older.

In a post on her Instagram account,  Nadia shared a light moment of her appreciation to her hubby Arrow Boy for enduring her especially during her Ovulation moments.

“Happy birthday Baba watoto! I love you very much. You are stuck with me for life! In good and bad times! Especially that kaperiod when I am ovulating and I can’t figure out why I am mad at you! I even create things in my head. That one too Ni mimi tu ama fellow ladies?” Said Nadia.

One of her fans resonated with her experience. Taking to her comments section she said,  “Mimi kila time I am ovulating lazima niachwe for some days kisirani hapa na pale.”

Arrow Bwoy on the other hand came up with an idea of how to avoid her Nadia’s mood swings.

“I will be flying out during that kaperiod juu wheue!!!Any way to many more my love,” he said.

Nadia and Arrow Bwoy have been together for several years now. Before welcoming their son, the couple had suffered a miscarriage.

Recently, they opened up on plans of having another child with Nadia saying she wasn’t ready yet, because of other responsibilities.

“I honestly love children. I would like to have more but I don’t have the time. Other than being a mother I have businesses that I need to take care of. There is the saloon business, a music hub (Sevens Creative Hub) and also my own music career. All these things demand time. This is the reason I am not planning to add on to my brood any time yet,” Nadia said.

“In the first year, it was challenging for me and I actually vowed never to get pregnant again. But as the child grows my perception has changed and I think before thinking of having a baby ensure that first you have the right partner but most importantly ensure you are in the right frame of mind, your mental health is stable because then you don’t want to subject your child to trauma,” she added while talking about her experience of motherhood.

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