Black Mom Gives Birth To 'Black And White Twins' And Is Teaching Them How To Embrace Differences

Black Mom Gives Birth To 'Black And White Twins' And Is Teaching Them How To Embrace Differences

Judith Nwokocha, the new mom, says her daughter was too white and she thought that she was given the wrong baby.

Judith Nwokocha, a Canadian woman, who gave birth to a black son and an albino daughter, says that when she saw her daughter she first thought she was given the wrong baby.



 

Doctors have said that the baby girl is an albino and will not have perfect vision, they have also adviced the parents to train her in Braille.



 

Nwokocha has said that she waited for 8 long years to give birth to Kamsi (baby boy) and Kachi (baby girl). After giving birth to the unconventional twins' wants to raise them as equals and teach them to embrace their differences.



 

She says while she waited for the nurse to tell that the baby girl was not her baby, she was informed that the girl was albino. Judith said, "Someone  asked me 'where are her parents?'"

Although the twins are getting love from people and no negative reactions have been shown, she wants to make sure that the babies feel secure in their skin and embrace their differences.



 

She confessed that she was not concerned about her baby girl being an albino, but when she found out that she will not have the perfect vision she was heartbroken. Later, she decided to not be affected by her uniqueness and teach her to accept herself the way she is.



 

She has now started getting beautiful photoshoots done of the babies and often posts them on Instagram to spread albinism awareness.

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