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Nine Months of Pregnancy That Gave Life to a Mother
Hello, my little baby. Today, I want to share the most cherishable time of my life with you. Although all the time I spend with you is immensely special for me, that moment was one of the happiest moment I cannot express in words, but still, I will try to do so.
When I got to know I was pregnant, I didn’t know how to react. I didn’t whether I should be happy because I will be having my own baby, or afraid thinking if I will be a good mother. When I got my first ultrasound done, it was the first time I saw and felt you. You were too little to be recognised. But, from that day, you became my life.
As days passed, I suffered a lot, but those sufferings were nothing compared to the happiness you gave me whenever I saw your ultrasound or whenever you responded to me by kicking. We talked a lot when you were inside me. Everyone used to ask me if I wanted a boy or a girl, and I always told them that I just wanted to have a healthy baby.
I still remember how much frightened I was in the 7th month when your heartbeat went low for once. I thought I would lose you. But at that time, you also held my hand as you do now. You were, and always will be my support system.
You remember baby when everyone wanted to see you, but you wanted to remain inside me? The doctors had to push you to come into this world. The most memorable moment for me in the nine-month journey was the time when I first saw you. You just held my collar because you didn’t want to go away from me. Thank you, my baby, for giving me all the happiness of the world. You completed me.
Mumma loves you the most.