I got to know about your existence inside me on your papa’s birthday and everything changed. I saw your father beaming, informing everyone in the family, and hugging me. I became a little nervous as a doctor, and was aware of the changes in my mood and body during pregnancy and had tears in my eyes, obviously, it was due to happiness. I changed my routine, but believe me, you never troubled me, I was very happy and dreaming each day and imagining my life with you and I promised myself I would love you more than your father. I prayed daily to God and spoke to him to please keep safe to you. I felt that you knew my fear. I fell in love with you from the very first moment and keeping you safe and healthy became my first priority. You responded to my eating habits and I enjoyed when you kicked slowly. I felt your movements and regularly informed your curious and tensed father about it. And finally, on 1st August 2017, you were born. I was unconscious for half an hour and when I opened my eyes, I saw your aunt smiling, what a relief it was! After a few minutes, when I held you in my arms, the entire 9 months replayed in my mind- your father beaming and informing everyone in the family. I saw in your papa’s eye what is happiness. You are our first priority and happiness. If you cry we cry too. If you start laughing we do too! Our life and day start with you. My eyes are tearful due to happiness, but there’s only one difference. I am proud instead of nervous and because you are my pride, love, and life I love you more than anything in my life.
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