Socialite and businesswoman Vera Sidika is ready to get back to work after spending seven months nurturing and bonding with her daughter Asia.
Announcing the news via her social media, the Veetox founder said she resolved to be around her child 24/7 once she was born, explaining that it was essential for her growth.
"Been on a wonderful 6-7 months leave that is about to end in a week. When I had Asia, I needed to dedicate my entire time to bonding with her in as much as she has two nannies. It was very important for me to be there 24/7," she wrote.
According to the first-time mom, Asia has grown and will soon be completely weaned to allow her to get back to her work life.
"Well, she is a big girl now. Started weaning and can finally have time for me to do me, to live life, enjoy life, and get back to work," she added.
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Vera and her husband, singer Brown Mauzo welcomed their daughter in October 2021 through a Caesarian section.
"20.10.2021 at 10:21am…A princess was born Asia Brown…You will always be the miracle that makes our life complete," said Vera.
Opening up on her birth experience in a previous YouTube video, Vera said she found the process easier than if she had opted for normal birth.
"Would do CS over and over again. It has made me want 10 kids now. It's also good to book your private doctor. He understands you and your body better than just walking into a hospital and using the hospital's in-house doctors (on-duty) just coz it's cheaper. It's more expensive with your private doctor and his team but extremely worth it," she said.
Since her child's delivery, Vera has left a section of netizens astonished by the extent of luxury she provides her child.
In an earlier interview, the Vera Sidika Beauty Parlour founder said she purchased her daughter's crib at a whooping Sh300, 000.
"Can't wait to unveil Asia's nursery. At six months. So magical. Damn. Girl be sleeping on a bed worth Sh300,000 from the UK," she wrote.
On expensive items, Vera was recently forced to upload payment receipts to prove her Chanel bag cost Sh600,000.
"My Chanel Bag is 4 years old. Looks good as new. The benefit of buying designer bags. It cost Ksh 600,000 but worth every penny," she wrote.
According to Vera, naysayers want her to look bad by implying she is lying about her bag.
"Lol how does someone benefit from lying over a damn bag though and it's not like y'all have never seen the receipt before. Google the receipt it's all over or you need a little help?" said Vera.