A Letter to My 6-month-old Son

A Letter to My 6-month-old Son

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Dearest Abeer,

My tiny little pumpkin, you are my happy baby and your arrival on the 11th of November changed the meaning of the entire world for us. I seriously wanted to roam around the world until a day before, but the moment I heard your first cry, my world changed – your world was in my hands. I wonder how things have changed for your dad & me after your arrival.

You are my ‘Happy Baby’ and with you in my tummy, our life has changed completely and yes, right from the beginning I knew, it won’t be as cool as it was earlier. But having you was our decision and we loved you to the moon and back, then and now.

We struggled to cope up with all those changes, but believe me, you were one cutie bug who grabbed our complete attention from March 19 onwards. We used to spend hours together thinking about you, guessing who you are, a girl or a boy. We kept on wondering if you were enjoying inside. We dreamt about bringing you home, to our sweet little place, where you will grow up.

Life is a bit crazy yet amazing. Being happy is difficult but it’s possible. Life can take you for a ride sometimes. Just say “bring it on” and stick to your instincts. Winning and losing is a part of life, but losing hope isn’t an option then. Try harder and harder, stay positive, ask for help. Trust me, staying positive helps – it can help you and your boat afloat and sail some rocking and adventurous journeys. It will stay with you forever as a memory.

We had no clue of how to take care of you our little one. I am not sure if dad & I would be able to be your best friends. But believe us, we would do everything to make you happy.

Remember, like our parents stand by us even today, we will always be there for you and we love you.

Yours and only yours,
Mom

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