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It was a bright day when I missed my periods for the first time. After the completion of 4 months of my marriage, I didn’t believe myself able to be a good mother. I was nervous about how to manage all those new things in our life. A few days later, it was confirmed that I was pregnant. Everyone else at home was happy, but I didn’t know if I was happy about this or not. I just moved on with those feelings, and completed my pregnancy period.
I delivered my baby on 4th August, 2018. It’s a great day for a woman when she gives birth. It means that she has been reborn with her baby. I became a mother then. There were so many nights when I was not able to sleep. There were so many difficulties in feeding the baby; so many times that I was not able have my own meals on time; so many times that I was not able to bathe or use the washroom correctly or with enough time.
Giving birth to a baby is one story; after the baby comes, it is another story! When the baby is ill, the mother is worried. A woman is the luckiest to have such a great opportunity, that she is able to carry a baby for nine months, and spend most of her life with the baby. She tries to understand her baby through his actions and his cries, through every little thing he does. Small things makes a mother happy, when she tired of all those household activities.
The last thing I would like to mention is that, to me, the birth of a girl child is the future of the generation. She is pretty, she is kind, and she is the world’s best person. No one can beat her!
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