I was told I may have to deliver by 26 weeks because of
issues. I changed my gynaecologist , told her I do not want to take anymore scans, became stronger and kept telling myself that my baby is fine. I delivered my champ in the 37th week because of Maternal distress.
He was perfectly fine amidst all the reports and Scans which said he might have structural issues
The minute I saw him, all the emotions I had stuffed inside me gushed out.
My Doctor said, ”Look at him,and his body... He is a champion."
After my champion's birth, he had a genial hernia and so we went in for a
minor procedure to correct it and he was about to be discharged on the same day. After the procedure, he was fine and normal.
But, wait! It was like he forgot something. As if he had forgotten to thank God for giving him a beautiful family. Yes, he left me suddenly, abruptly... Just like that..no eyeball movement, no heart beat, no pulse...
The next minute, there were so many sisters and doctors.
Some lifting him upside down, hitting him hard on his chest and thighs, pumping oxygen etc..
Still no response...
Everything happened before my eyes. I stood still and looked at him and said, "You will come back .Don’t give up!"
Today, in the Times Of Amma read Ranjani's account of her One Month Old's date with God.
Straight from the heart, it reminds us of the importance of staying positive even when everything seems bleak.
#Motherhood #HonestParenting #TimesOfAmma