When God Closes One Door With It’s Darkness, He Opens Another With More Brightness Like a Sunlight
Yes, I faced a high-risk pregnancy having gone through IVF. The day brought me a lot of happiness like a student waiting for the exam results. I did pass my pregnancy exam after a lot of struggle. Every girl wants her mother beside at this time, and so I was no different from that, but she wasn’t alive to be with me. Though there are many relatives there in my family, none of them was beside me (even my mom’s family members, even though she has done a lot while she was alive) I was left alone to face all the struggles while I was carrying my little one. True to the saying “When God closes one door he opens another”
I was able to experience the presence of my mom and God from above during my ‘Vegappu’. I thought it would not happen because the situation was such, but even during a heavy rainy day, things fell into place, and we conducted the function grandly. My husband was my greatest support throughout all situations. I was supposed to get operated a week later, but suddenly my situation deteriorated. I was taken to the hospital to be monitored, and finally, my delivery was scheduled. Due to my mother’s blessings, there was someone at every stage to help me and deliver my bundle of joy safely.
After her birth, I suffered from a lot of postnatal stress, but in the end, it all became ok. All said and done today I am blessed with a cute little angel, her innocent smile, she makes me surprise every moment at every stage in my life until today
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