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April 16, 2020

Turia Pitt Shares Photo of 2-Month-Old Son Rahiti Sleeping on Father Michael Hoskin's Chest

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Motivational speaker Turia Pitt recently shared a sweet photo of her son sleeping on her partner's chest on Instagram.

Turia Pitt is a proud mother of two who often posts about her two kids and partner, Michael Hoskin, on social media. 

FATHER-SON BONDING MOMENT

The author and burns survivor recently shared yet another snap of her family on social media. The post showed a candid moment of her second child, Rahiti, sleeping on his father’s chest.

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After barely making it out alive, Pitt was confined in the hospital for six months and had to wear a face mask for two years.

The baby slept soundly with his mouth a little open, while his father safely had his arms wrapped around him on their couch. 

Several fans and followers of Pitt shared kind words in the comments section about how “adorable” and “precious” her baby looked.

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MOTHERHOOD AS TOLD BY TURIA

Pitt, who has an older son with Hoskin, Hakavai, gave birth to Rahiti earlier this year after announcing her pregnancy in August. The mom-of-two shared about motherhood:

“The main thing I want to teach my kids is resilience -- the belief that they not only will go through hard times but that they can. I’m really passionate about that.”

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The motivational speaker knows that experiencing sadness and hardship is inevitable for her kids, no matter how hard she tries to shield them.

Being a mom has taught Pitt a lot of things, including how to be selfless and understanding given that her priorities have changed.

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The former Ironman athlete also realized that she would rather spend time with her children and raise them well, instead of spending hours running as practice.

TURIA’S INSPIRING STORY

Pitt suffered severe burns and a one-month coma in 2011 after being trapped in a bushfire while competing in a Western Australia race. 

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After barely making it out alive, Pitt was confined in the hospital for six months and had to wear a face mask for two years.

She lost seven fingers and needed over 200 operations and surgeries for what had happened, yet through it all, she remained positive.

Today, Pitt has regained her strength and started a family of her own, all while serving as an inspiration to many people across the globe.

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