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I conceived my first baby on August 3, 2019. My pregnancy experience was very positive and exactly the way I thought it would be. I was so happy on seeing the positive pregnancy test. I started nurturing my little pea even before hearing her heartbeat for the first time on my first prenatal visit. I registered myself as a Firstcry parent and checked all the articles available to see how my baby was growing in the first month, the second month, and so on. It was so much fun to read about how much my baby grows each month. I followed a proper diet as my baby started growing from pea size to the size of a watermelon. I used to caress my belly while talking to my baby on a regular basis.
As my baby was getting bigger, her little kicks in the morning were a sign of her saying ‘Good morning, Mumma’ and in the middle of the night when her kicks didn’t let me sleep, I used to caress my belly and put her to sleep saying “Good night baby, it’s time to sleep.” I feel my baby and I connected really very well from the time she first showed her presence with the very first kick. I got so emotional seeing her tiny feet in my first ultrasound. I couldn’t hold back my tears and kept asking her to grow up fast and come to meet mumma soon.
And there came the end of a 9-month long journey of caressing and talking to my baby while she was in my womb. She was ready to come out. I told her, “I am prepared for your birth my little angel, I can do it and so can you.” I watched a lot of videos on birthing my baby normally and fortunately I delivered normally as my little chickpea came out struggling in just 3 hours of time. My baby is truly a virtue baby as she listened to all the good things I taught her while she was in my womb from the very first day. My baby was born on 6th May 2020 and just turned 4 months old. I can proudly say I am Aanya’s mother.
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