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I had mixed emotions when I came to know that you are inside me. Everyone in the family was very happy, as after so long, there was going to be a baby in our family. During the first four months, there was not much change physically, but I could feel you growing inside me. I used to talk to you; it was a very different feeling which can’t be explained.
I always used to think about how you must be looking. As the days passed, you were growing a little more and I could feel the kicks more frequently. Every time I went for checkup, I used to ask the doctor about your health, and I loved to see you on the sonography screen. During the 7th month checkup, you were seen sucking your finger in the sonography, and I was super-duper happy to see you! I always thought how you must be looking like me or like your father. One thing I always wanted was dimples – yes, somewhere in the back of my mind I had this feeling that you should inherit this feature of your dad. I have kept all those sonography reports with me to show you when you grow up.
I was eagerly waiting to see you. And finally the day came when you were born. I heard your cries, I saw your back and I wanted to hold you tight at that moment. The first time your dad saw you he had tears in his eyes. Everyone was so happy to see you, baby. You were so tiny that time. Yes, you have those sweet and lovely dimples just like your father, and you look so cute. My complete life revolves around you. I always want to cherish these moments. That’s the reason I call you my dream come true.
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