A Mother’s Unconditional Love for Her Baby

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My Little Angel,

Where do I start? How do you tell you how much I love you? When I got to know that I was pregnant with you, I was on cloud nine. I started caring for myself for the first time because the doctor told me about my complications. I took all the medicines on time and felt every movement you made inside my womb. I felt sleepy all the time. The doctor told me not to travel for nine months because of the complications. I couldn’t meet my mom and dad for about a year. I felt your kicks in the fifth month, and I can’t describe how special I felt those kicks were.

My mood changed every day. I was angry sometimes without reason and sometimes very happy. Sometimes, I needed sweets; sometimes, I needed namkeen. One great thing I experienced was that whenever I ate dosa or panipuri, you would kicking inside the womb. I knew right from that time how naughty you are. I enjoyed every moment of my pregnancy. I don’t like sweets, but when you were inside, I craved for sweets all the time. Your papa also took care of me. I also looked very cute with the growing tummy.

I went for regular checkups to ensure you were fine. When it was time for you to come into this world, it was Navratri. I was waiting for you and you, my little princess arrived. When I saw you, I had tears of joy in my eyes. I cannot express what I felt at that time. All I can say is it was a completely new level of happiness. You looked like me; I am reminded of my childhood when I see you. I feel more grateful because there’s one life in the world just like me and because of me. Now you are 2 years old. You are my life, my world, my princess.

I love you so much. God bless you with good health and long and happy life.

Your Mom.

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