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Photo Credit: Facebook/@CarrissaLePinnet

 

Carrissa had an important announcement to make and she did so in the most creative and hilarious way.

 

Sharing on Facebook, the cheeky woman wrote: “Myself & my Dignity would like to announce to the world, our beautiful, healthy, newborn Freedom.”

 

But she isn’t talking about a child named Freedom. In fact, she isn’t talking about a child at all.

 

Carrissa boldly boasted of her recent divorce being finalised, fashioning it like a newborn’s arrival, and people cannot stop laughing.

 

Photo Credit: Facebook/@CarrissaLePinnet

 

“Opened today at 11am, weighing 0.40lb I can honestly say I’ve never felt a love like it,” she continued.

 

“Welcome my beautiful lil Princess Le Pinnet. I promise to always love you and take care of you & be my own damn light. No matter how dark it gets.”

 

Adding to the drama, she compared her divorce to being reborn - welcoming the arrival of a new, independent version of herself. 

 

“I’m so in love”, she ended her speech.

 

Carrissa also shared photos of her adorable divorce papers, highlighting a line that reads “now you are divorced.”

 

But our favourite picture is of her official documents bundled up in a baby blanket and resting on a scale, showing its weight at ‘birth’. 

 

Photo Credit: Facebook/@CarrissaLePinnet

 

Many have already commented on her amusing post, wishing the ‘mum’ congratulations.

 

“This has made my day”, said one woman. 

 

“Congratulations I had a divorce party so when's yours?” joked another.

 

Although her stylised announcement has caused copious amounts of laughter, Carrissa also brings up an important point.

 

Independence and breaking free from an unhappy relationship should be seen in a positive light as she is finally able to ‘be her own light’. 

 

Congratulations Carrissa on your newest arrival, and we hope you’ve a wonderful time with your newborn Freedom

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