Nigerian celebrity stylist and designer, Toyin Lawani, is overflowing with joy as her daughter turns two today, August 26th.
In a heartfelt message shared on her Instagram page, the mother of three recounted the challenging experience of giving birth and revealed that she never imagined both herself and Atinuke would still be alive today.
With deep gratitude to the divine, she expressed appreciation for not showing the scars of her struggles on her appearance.
Offering praise to God for her daughter’s new age, she marveled at her little mini-me, who is already a young boss in her own right.
Toyin Lawani complimented her toddler’s qualities, including charisma, love, confidence, maturity, and a strong sense of discipline.
“Wishing a Happy 2nd Birthday to the Boss Baby @kingtinukeeleora. She’s the smartest, most adorable CEO @eleorasdollz. She’s my ancestor, also known as my mommy, ATINUKE. She’s been working since she was a baby, just like all my kids who started contributing to their businesses from infancy.
This child is a bundle of wonders. She brought immense joy and laughter into our household. People might find it hard to believe she’s only two, considering the remarkable things she says, and honestly, I’m astonished too. Her charisma, love, confidence, and maturity exceed her tender age. Plus, she’s surprisingly strict.
All I can say is thank you, Lord, because you can’t fathom what I endured during her pregnancy. I never thought she and I would reach this point, but I’m grateful to the dependable GOD. I’m thankful I don’t wear the scars of my past challenges on my face. Today, she turns two, and we’re here to offer all our Thanks and Glory to GOD. My STAR GIRL.”
Atinuke’s First Birthday Extravaganza, Hosted by Toyin Lawani in a Pink-Themed Celebration
In honor of Atinuke’s inaugural birthday, Toyin Lawani orchestrated a pink-themed extravaganza for her daughter, graced by notable figures such as Iyabo Ojo and Blessing CEO.
The event’s motif centered around the “Boss Baby” theme, with attendees donning an array of distinct boss-inspired ensembles.
Paying homage to her Yoruba heritage, the menu featured a delectable array of dishes including Ofada rice, pounded yam, fried rice, and jollof rice.
Anticipation brews as we await Toyin Lawani’s plans for her daughter’s birthday festivities this year!