When Alice 20 fell pregnant, she was overwhelmed with joy like any mother would and the same applied to Misheck 20 who anticipated happiness as a father for the second time.
Prenatal visits at their satellite clinic turned the joy the other way round. They did not foresee themselves accommodating quadruplets and their firstborn child in their tiny single room.
The couple was happy to give life like they did before but fate had plans which were not in tandem with their financial situation. The couple had their eight month old quadruplets Charlene, Charnelle, Chantelle and Charmaine who now weigh 7,2kgs, 6,2kgs, 7kgs and 7,5kgs respectively, delivered May 20, The four bouncing baby girls indeed made headlines in Zimbabwe and other countries.
We managed to visit the beautiful quadruplets with Misheck now fondly called Baba Quadie the father of quadruplets by nurses in the busy Harare Central Hospital Misheck. Unfortunately, in December he endured all the cold summerrains in the sojourn. I am thankful that I as accorded the opportunity by the authorities to see my children starting from 6am to 6pm of everyday. That gives me the opportunity to go to the market and sell my greens and buy the few I can for my wife and children.
They need more space for crawling and do things like any other child and it is unfortunate our tiny room in Mbare cannot accommodate the seven of us. I spent the festive holidays in the hospital with them and it is painful that e never did it at home as a family which is different from other years.
Breakfasts and meals were generous and can be arranged very easily thanks to the kindness and flexibility of the staff. Tennis court at the back tops it. Alice jokingly said she knew them in their birth sequence.
Upon being asked if he knew the children in their order, Misheck said the little time he spends with them has forced him to know the first and last ones and was not abled to differentiate between Charnelle and Chantelle.
In her plea, Alice said she wished for the day when she will be eventually released from the hospital which has turned into her home. My daughters have never played outside as they are always in the cot bed where they spend most of the time clutching to the bars on it or crawling.
Alice indicated that the hinderance she has was when they cry during feeding since she does it in turns.
They require a lot of attention which I cannot do alone in the absence of their father. Alice jokingly said she knew them in their birth sequence. Misheck was born in a family of several children from a polygamist father who had five wives.
He attended schooled only up to Grade Seven since there was no money for him to continue before he ventured into selling vegetables and taking up any job he could find in addition to vending just to make ends meet.
Medical products Supplies in Kenya. I have missed the birdsongs, especially the Heuglins Robin The beds were soft and clean and the bathrooms were also clean.
Mrs Mutasa dropped out of Chapanduka Secondary School in Buhera in Form One after her mother fell ill and she took responsibility of her two siblings. In order to survive, she also took whatever menial job which came her way. They met in in Mbare, dated and they began renting a room in Second Avenue as what he earns from his vending business is not enough to pay rent for a bigger home.
Harare Central Hospital Senior nursing II Matron Mrs Dade Gertrude Pedzisai said the institution had an obligation to look after the less priviledged and were cheerfully accommodatingthem temporarily. She said the environment affects the developmental milestone of the children.
The environment is not conducive and does not expose them to most things they need. She indicated that they have been facing challenges of satisfying Alice psychologically who expects to go home to her husband.
The hospital is for sick people and not the five of them.
We avail some of the basic requirements for them.
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