When you think you’ve seen it all, Mother Nature surprises you. Today we want to share the story of an unexpected gift Judith Nwokocha, a Nigerian-born photographer from Calgary, Canada, received from the universe.
In 2016, Judith gave birth to twins who had different skin colors. The woman was amazed when she first saw her newborn babies, a dark-haired baby boy, Kamsi, and an albino baby girl, Kachi.
The duo, after their mother shared their photos on social media, immediately caused a stir and went viral on the internet.
Meet Judith Nwokocha, a photographer from Calgary, Canada, who received an unusual gift from Mother Nature.
She gave birth to twins, a brown baby and a small albino.
The woman was confused when she first met her baby boy, Kamsi, who was brown, and her daughter Kachi, who was later diagnosed with albinism.
Judith said the first time she saw the newborns she was not surprised as she thought it was a mistake. “I thought I had been given the wrong little one.
I was waiting for them to correct a mistake and return my little brunette girl to me, but all I heard was congratulations and nothing more. »
“Little by little, I understood that she was my baby. And I could only wonder why. There was a moment of confusion but that quickly dissipated when I wore it.
It was pure love for both of them when the nurses put them on my chest. »
“I wasn’t surprised because I thought it was a mistake. I thought I had been given the wrong baby”.
“As the days turned into weeks, I began to wonder how society would view them. In Africa, albinos are bullied and not treated kindly, so I got worried.”
The mother was worried about how society would treat her twins at first. “Fortunately, we live in a more civilized country and although people are surprised when they find out they are twins, there has been so much kindness and admiration. »
“My daughter has been bullied a few times, but the love she has received is so much greater. I constantly remind her how beautiful and unique she is so she doesn’t feel different. »
“Of course, they get so much attention because of their uniqueness, but they’re just like other ordinary kids.”
“They are best friends and very protective of each other. They often ask me why they are different and I tell them that God made them different because he chose to. »
“My son Kamsi is very protective of his sister. They are best friends even at school. Their teacher says they are always together at school. Kamsi is a bit quiet while Kachi is more outgoing.
“When I got them, I prayed that my daughter’s color would turn brown. Today, I wouldn’t have it any different for a million dollars. Albinism is beautiful”.