Netizens praised the way Dr Sheikh Muszaphar persuaded his wife to have more children, but …

Netizens praised the way Dr Sheikh Muszaphar persuaded his wife to have more children, but …

RECENTLY, social media personality Dr Sheikh Muszaphar uploaded a very sweet share on Instagram.

Through a caption written on a piece of his picture with the family, Muszaphar said, he is so fond of a big family.

“I like a big family and naturally, I want more, God willing, with Your permission.

“But first of all, I must convince Dr Halina (his wife). Whatever it is, it is my wife’s body, “he said.

Meanwhile, Muszaphar also shared tips to fathers out there who want to convince their wives who are still hesitant to have more children.

“I will take care of everything while you (wife) rest. You are still beautiful as always with six children. Don’t you want to see more beautiful kids? They will take care of us in our old age.

“We will not be alone. ‘Chaos’ makes us young. It is a sunnah to enliven the ummah. Let’s go shopping and buy what you want. The more the merrier.

“We age up to Heaven. I love you forever no matter what the outcome, “he wrote.

Muszaphar’s gift got a very positive response among his followers on Instagram. A netizen wrote: “Right, the more the merrier especially on Hari Raya,” he wrote.

Meanwhile, through the Twitter page, social media users also praised the sharing that was uploaded on Instagram, only it had to be in line with the reality of life.

“Dr Sheikh Muszaphar is an example of a wise, rich and capable husband. There is also a husband near Malaysia who is wise, but not rich and unable to afford it. Not so either.

“Everyone has different abilities. It is up to the individual, ”he said.

Dr Sheikh Muszaphar and Dr Halina got married on October 10, 2010. As a result of the marriage, they were blessed with four children, Sophea Isabella, 11, Sophea Natasha, 9, twin boys Sheikh Adam and Sheikh Noah, 3 and second twin Sheikh Eusoff. and Sophea Emilia, 2.

source – Gempak

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