A Story of a Girl Child

A Story of a Girl Child

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Hello everyone,

Many things run through your head as soon as the pregnancy test comes positive; it’s unfortunate, but some people prefer having a male child over a girl. On the screen, that very tiny embryo sliding from one end to the other in the mother’s womb is so wonderful to witness, but does it realise what will happen to it? Finally, the date arrives, and nervousness begins to creep in. When the news comes, few people thank God, and many others say, “Oh, it’s a girl.” Later, they accept her, and some do not. Isn’t that sad?
With her brilliant eyes, that infant observes the entire room and tries to recognise her parents. It’s thrilling to hold the baby girl in your arms and experience her first cry, touch, and laugh.

Many people consider them a burden since they say so many unpleasant things. They believe that a girl will go to her husband’s family one day. These people regard her as a liability rather than a treasure. Every girl should be able to receive an education and feel self-sufficient. She was born from you, and she is a part of you. Never let her be separated from you, even after she marries. When she returns home after her marriage, never let her feel like it is no longer her home. Always remind her that she owns this house.

A daughter is more sensitive when it comes to her parents. She will always take care of them no matter what; daughters have proved themselves and have done wonders in their careers in today’s world. They have made their parents proud in the past, and they will continue to do so in the future. God has chosen women to bear children, which is the most beautiful sensation in the world and a position of such honour! How can she be neglected or mistreated when she is the one who is guiding generations forward?

So love your daughter to the moon and back because she is a gift from God, and may God protect all daughters.

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