Mother’s Heart – Every Woman’s Feelings in the World
After 1 year of my marriage, I conceived. As I’m a working woman and have to travel daily for 4 hours by bus, as per my doctor’s advice, I had taken leave from 1st month onwards. As I had no leaves, I had taken the loss of pay leave and had experienced lots of tension because of my job. They used to call me every month and ask me to join, but I said one thing. If I’m on leave, somebody will do my work and for me, no work no pay so no loss for you. But for my baby who is in my womb, I have to take care. Nobody can replace me. So I won’t join until my baby turns 6 months. Later, days passe. Each and every day was special and wonderful for me. Baby 1st moment in my womb, going for scannings and seeing reports baby weight each and everything a miracle for me. I delivered a baby girl. The moment I heard my baby’s first cry and the first time when I saw my baby, I can’t express my feelings in words. Happiest moment in my life. Taking baby into hands and feeding her for the first time- a woman only can feel that moment. Later, when she became 6months, I joined my job. My parents supported me a lot. But being a working woman, I have lost so many memorable moments I have to spend with my child. At the time she got a fever and was crying for me, I didn’t get leave that day. So with tears in eyes, I left for office. But the pain I have felt in such situations can’t be expressed in words. With that, I thought this child is enough.
But my mother’s heart won’t agree to that. I want to be a mother again. I want to enjoy my baby moments by keeping my hands on my womb. I want to enjoy seeing scan reports about my baby growth and I want again to hear my another baby’s first cry. Seeing baby first time and hearing that baby is like me from my family members. For all these sweet memories, I again conceived and heartfully enjoyed each and every day of my pregnancy and gave birth to a baby boy. And all that sweet moments happened twice in my life. This is my Mother’s heart. My heart is still beating to see all the smiles and happiness of my children.
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