Mariam Nabatanzi Babirye, a 40-year-old Ugandan woman, has always wished for a sizable, content family.
44 of the 44 children she eventually gave birth to were rejected by their own father. 38 of them are still present.
They produced six jumeaux pairs, four triplets, and three quadruplets. Six of them are female, and the other four are male.
In 1993, a 12-year-old girl was married. Because she had to take care of the numerous children of his ex-wives in addition to her domestic duties, the woman’s marriage was challenging.
Soon after their marriage, Babirye’s father gave them a small plot of land so they could build a home and raise their own children. The young mother had six children in mind.
She gave birth to jumeaux when she was 13, triplets when she was 2, and quadruplets when she was about 2 years old. She is 23 years old and has 25 kids. The heroine’s mother admits that he had nothing to gain from the union.
Babirye’s 24-year-old son Charles Musisi stated that he had been away for some time and that his mother would be taking care of the children by herself. Despite this, the Ouganda man believes that his family is his greatest source of pride and that they should be protected at all costs.
Babirye trims and styles her hair, dresses brides-to-be, bakes cakes, and decks herself out in jewelry all to support her family. Babirya, who lives with mom, is watched over by her older children, who also help her with her younger siblings.
Yet, the mother emphasizes that she enjoys and takes great satisfaction in caring for each child on a regular basis: “I’m thrilled with my kids.
It’s just me being pleased; it’s not a fardeau. And I’m glad I can take care of them. I’ve never grown weary of doing the laundry, dishes, or caring for myself.
When children receive financial affection, they mature faster. She doesn’t get more than five hours of sleep each night.