Topic: The Journey to Motherhood  (Read 3236 times)

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The Journey to Motherhood
« on: March 09, 2016, 09:15:08 AM »
Nature as a biological function has a given urge to satisfy its requirement. Some may call it destiny; others, fate. But Science as we know it sometimes cannot even predict the outcome of nature when it decides to take its course.

The journey to motherhood is one of the many beautiful courses of nature. Although some may appreciate it more than others due to some unexpected bumps along the way, the end most certainly justifies the means.

As an expectant mother, the initial discovery that you are about to bring another being into this world most likely will run a certain shock down your spine. The shock and joy you feel would be indescribable. You look forward to not only sharing the news with your partner but also the entire experience.

As a woman, you have heard several stories about what it is like to be pregnant but nothing you have heard compares to experiencing it for yourself.

You feel a certain pain in your lower abdomen. You wonder what it could be. The pain strikes and ceases. You rush to the doctor’s hoping nothing has happened to your little one (LO) only to hear a shocking tale you did not see coming; that the pain is part of the early signs of pregnancy and you should prepare to experience them for the next three months.

A lot run through your mind – your job, your low resistance to pain, your life; how do you combine all these? You pull it together and think of the bright side as you countdown to the birth of your LO.

You are so excited that you do not even realize when the first three months were over. You just notice that all of a sudden you are feeling stronger, energetic and the pain is gone. You look down and you see a tiny bump on your tummy. You pinch yourself as it seems like you maybe dreaming. But you are not – YOU ARE REALLY PREGNANT and it is starting to show.

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