Dreams Do Come True!

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Yes! Becoming the mother of a daughter is the PERFECT gift for me! I am glad to have a daughter. I was dreaming and praying for one since I confirmed my pregnancy. I think it’s like seeing my own reflection; as if I am playing with my little self.

It is a journey I never want to end, but I know one day, these tiny fingers will play their own tune, and her wings will take flight. I will keep praying to God to let her fly with grace and power. As a mother, I will let her fulfil her dreams. I will make her fearless and independent so that she knows she is enough.

My days, weeks, months just vanish; time flies as if somebody has triggered the clock. I seriously don’t understand why children grow so fast. I never get enough of her. I always keep looking at her pictures and keep capturing more. I think it will never satisfy me or the love I have for her.

Now, she is two years and ten months old, and she talks so much. I love to listen to all her half-spoken words and sentences. I make sure she also feels happy to share everything with me. She started helping me also in her own way; it makes me super happy, and I feel she also cares for me. She is so small, but still, she wants to help her mommy. I keep pinching her cheeks lovingly and hugging her when she wants to help me, and she keeps making faces. It is an incredible feeling!

To have her in my life, it is truly a dream come true!

Thank you so much, my little angel, for choosing us as your parents.

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