A Letter to My Precious

mother writing a letter to her baby

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To,

My Baby Kian.

I got an opportunity to write a letter to you to let you know how worthy my 9-month struggle was. When I saw you for the very first time, I was not able to see you clearly because my eyes were full of tears of immense happiness. Doctors cut the umbilical cord, but still, we were connected and always will be.

Today I got to realise that sometimes just words are not enough to express happiness. You made me realise how strong and courageous I am. I fought with my body to make the place a little more adjustable for you. Likewise, I am going to fight for you always.

Now, I am going to live my childhood once again through you. I know you know me from the day I conceived, but seeing you like in person is a dream come true. God had his own way to make me so powerful so that I would be able to bring you in this world. I have already made some plans for us now you will be my best friend forever; the one I always needed.

I am going to remember all those things I knew already but forgot somewhere in the race of life. The relation between you and me is the most pious bond in this world. I will try to raise you with high moral values so that I would give my contribution to this world to make it a better place to live. I know you are very small to understand my letter now, but one day, you will. I wanted to write this because I want to let you how you changed my life.

Lots of Love.

Your Mom.

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