DJ Zinhle admits that parenting is no walk in the park, and the more the child grows it just does not get any easier.
She revealed to her friends that she is suffering from mom guilt. Juggling work and spending more time with her baby Kairo Forbes is hard.
“Negotiating things with my child is becoming more difficult the more she grows. Going to work has never been this hard, she is not hearing it these days,” she posted on Twitter.
However, she is the first to point out that days are not the same as there are better days.
“Today was easier. She just kissed me goodbye and didn't make a fuss,” she added.
<blockquote><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Negotiating things with my child is becoming more difficult the more she grows. Going to work has never been this hard, she is not hearing it these days.<br><br>Today was easier. She just kissed me goodbye and didn't make a fuss. ????</p>— #Umlilo #ERAbyDJZinhle #ZeeNation (@DJZinhle) <a href="https://twitter.com/DJZinhle/status/1229823637672398850?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">February 18, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
One of her fans who was trying to console the DJ said she was suffering from mom guilt to which Zinhle concurred.
“Yho that mom guilt hits hard, strength to you”
Zinhle has been open about her tussles and toils of motherhood. Not once did she try to make it seem like she was the expert.
In an interview on Real Talk with Azania Mosaka on SABC 3 she admitted that, “parenting is a tricky thing.”
“When Kairo was two months old, one day, my emotions were all over and I remember I looked at Kairo and I said 'Kairo daddy’s gone' and I just cried. But Kairo just gave me this look that reassured me…even at that age… it’s like she was saying mommy look around you, you have a job, I’m here, you are a beautiful person, focus on the things that are going well,” she said.