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Shy’m: Norman origins of her son Tahoma revealed.

Shy’m’s New Life as a Mother

She’s a doting mom! On December 22, 2021, Shy’m gives birth to her first child, a little boy named Tahoma, the fruit of her relationship with a man whose identity she does not reveal. The singer’s life has been turned upside down.

Insomnia and Diet Habits

In an interview, the artist opened up about the upheavals of her motherhood, including her wake-ups… “Waking up with me is never on time, it depends a lot on my son. Before my son, I was an insomniac, so I could wake up at 2, 3, 4 o’clock and fall asleep again at 6. Now I’m still an insomniac, but my son wakes me up between 6:30, 7:30 and when he’s a bit nicer, it’s 8 o’clock,” she confides. It is also an opportunity to talk about her eating habits. Indeed, Shy’m, a great dancer and athlete, pays attention to her diet and especially to breakfast. “I do it with my son because it’s a privileged moment. We both go by bike to the bakery and we get a baguette. He loves butter, salted butter,” she reveals, before revealing a little secret about her son. “It’s the Norman origins, it’s France, it’s his mother too who loves salted butter. We make toast, bread and salted butter. And I think it’s one of the first words he must have said before mom, ‘butter’, she says laughing.

Shy’m’s Favorite Places

And one thing is for sure, Shy’m loves her tranquility and sharing moments of happiness with her loved ones. When asked, “a place you like to go and why,” she answers right away laughing: “My bed. My bed to sleep, to enjoy all the hours I have to sleep while my son sleeps. Otherwise outside, I only started to do that a few years ago, because before I had a bit of trouble doing it, I like to go to small breweries, small bars with my friends, not far from my home. Very simple things, but where we feel good, where there are not many people. It’s not ‘look at me’, it’s normal. These are moments that I like to spend with my friends.” A mundane life of a mother close to her child.

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