Happy Pregnancy and Unexpected Delivery
Pregnancy is the best phase of life for any mother. Mine was the twin pregnancy. We were so happy and were leaving pregnancy with utmost care and love. The feeling of giving birth to two children was out of the world. Month by month growth of babies was proper and in the seventh month my baby shower was also done with full-on excitement. All the giveaway gifts were handmade. Things were going nice. Suddenly at the end of the seventh month the water starts coming from one of the baby sac. It had created risk for my both children. Also the medicine which is given for lungs development in babies as a precaution for premature delivery was due next week. So for that we had to wait for at least a day to deliver the babies as the medicine could react and do it’s job.
But God had other plans before the day could complete my labour start and it was unbearable. The Doctor had to do my delivery in an emergency and with God’s grace and Doctor’s effort my babies were delivered safely. They had been kept in neonatal care for about a month. Where all the sonography and blood reports of the children were done. They took care of my babies very nicely. Our daily schedule was to visit the hospital to see our babies and following all the hygiene practices and going back home with heavy heart that children are not with me. And finally after the stress and tension, they are now with us. Loving each and every moment. The shocked face of them, their crying face, the hold of your finger by them. Enjoying motherhood –the best feeling ever. Now they are on the urge of completing three months and their development is perfectly alright.
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