Over the years,
got so many challenges.
My life has been so uncertain roller coaster.
But it made me stronger
and a better version of me.
Every time I see sunrise,
it gives me hope
reminds me of a fresh start
and a brand new day.
So no matter what happens...
At the end of the day,
there is a sunset to remind me
of how beautiful life is,
And so much blessings to be thankful with...
Care and love from my family;
and a smile and hugs
from my daughter
is my hope
and my strength!
“When we feel stuck, look at the sky. The clouds remind us that everything changes.”
Only where children gather is there any real chance of fun.
It has been more than three years the last time I logged in this page. I almost forgot my username/email and password. Actually, it took me an hour to figure it out. Now that I am back on my page, there would be changes. And, it would be the new chapter in my life… journey to motherhood.
I just wanted to share the happy news with you. Above all, would let my little one know someday how truly blessed we are to have her; God’s greatest gift.
Yes, I can never imagine, how amazing 2018 was, so far, it would be our happiest year in our lives. I found out at the mid of the year that I was pregnant, something we have been wanting for so many years. It was a miracle! My feelings could not find words to describe it. Extremely happy?
Looking back during my pregnancy, I had a lot of fears and pains. I got feared because prior to my pregnancy I was battling with Behcet’s disease for almost 9 years already. It’s an autoimmune disease. I knew how the disease could manifest and complications brought for me, so rather to be scared, I prayed that I could surpass this challenge. In God’s grace, it was abated. But in my 37th week, February 2, 2019 at 8:00pm I got an emergency Cesarean section my blood pressure shoot up. It was pre-eclampsia . It symptoms began in 35th week of my pregnancy. However, when the moment I saw for the first time our little one and heard her first cry gave me tears, relief, and gratitude. As a mother, her beauty was overwhelming and her first cry was a joyful noise.
And, she is 21 months old now, the joy we have is so priceless. She is apple of the eye in the family. Active, energetic yet very cuddly and sweet little girl ; and lights up our little home.
Motherhood really changes everything. It changes my body, stretchmarks, wrinkles and little saggier; sleepless night and stinky diaper. But motherhood is really a beautiful and meaningful phase of my life. It changes me to be a better person. I learned to be more patient; to be more loving and to appreciate every moment we have together.
As a mother I pray that she may grow up with fear to our Almighty God; good health and protection; and to be kind and with respect to the other people.
New chapter in my life: 21 months and counting!
“A woman giving birth to a child has pain because her time has come; but when her baby is born she forgets the anguish because of her joy that a child is born into the world.”