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Popular comedian, Seyi Law, has recounted what he and his wife, Ebere, went through when they lost their child.
Seyi Law, who is now a proud father, told Saturday Beats, that some persons declared that he could never father a child.
“The fact that we lost a child was very tough. Sometimes, when you post something on the social media, people wonder why you bring your family issue to the social media,” he said.\
“What they do not know is that you just want some words of encouragement. Sometimes you really cannot control the way bad news spreads. I have heard people say things like I cannot get a woman pregnant.
“When the news came out that I lost my child, it was more like a confirmation that I am a man. But by the special grace of God, I have another child now.
“What made that very painful was the fact that when we lost the baby, I did not know what to tell my wife and how to console her and that was a very difficult time for me. I needed to rely on the words of encouragement from people to stay strong for both myself and my wife.
“One of the things I did was to take a lot of vacation and I spent more time with my wife. We went to different places. We travelled out of the country and visited several interesting places. I gave my wife constant reassurance that she is the mother of my children.
“There was a Mother’s Day celebration where we took a trip to a resort and I told her that I was celebrating Mother’s Day with the mother of my children. This was to encourage her and the fact that she is also a strong person helped.
“I think she is even stronger than I am in the sense that you cannot get into a woman’s heart but a woman that goes through such pain and still goes into the kitchen to prepare food for her husband says a lot.
“You see her smiling and the love and affection she showed me gave me no other choice but to be strong. I think I am the emotional one between us. I also tried to keep the memory of the lost child away from her.
“I made sure we did not have the picture of the baby and I tried to also watch her at night to ensure that she was not crying because I knew that was when something like that could happen. I am grateful to God and I cannot quantify my joy,” he said.