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A Mom-To-Be

Assalamualaikum w.b.t..

I think this is the most shocking news for both of us since the day we got married. A happy news!

      I'm 16 weeks pregnant! When I had my ultrasound initially, we only saw one sack, one baby developing. And I almost cried when the doctor show me the heartbeat. This is the most miracle things happened to me; having a baby in my womb. Now she started to grow, grow and grow.


Being in the 1st trisemester is the most challenging moment for me. Its so overwhelming-yet amazing-transformation. Continuous vomiting for almost everything I ate was probably due to my hormonal changes. My heart pump faster and harder, my pulse quicken. I do experience the heartburn and constipation until there was one day I've been admitted into the hospital.

          The doctor said it was natural to worry about my baby's health. I lost few kilo's during this 1st trisemester. I hardly eat anything-worried if I vomit again! going to work everyday make me so tired once i get back home and do nothing. I cant even cook and do all the house work. Lucky I have my husband by my side. He's the one whom do all the cooking no matter what time he gets back from work. After all, life is not tough enough without having someone kick you from the inside.

Counting days to days, I'm moving forward to the 2nd trisemester. Today, its almost 4 months. My appetite getting better, and I eat a lot!! Seldom vomit anymore. I gain weight and my tummy started to bump out. But not that obvious. From this time on, I just wanted my baby to be in a save condition and I started to feel she moved.

And we also start looking for our baby names..if my baby is a boy we would like him to be named as Muhammad Zarif Alaudin which mean a good protector & smart..and if its a girl..the name should be Nur Haninda Aulia', means Light=Nur, Haninda=longing, Aulia'=Allah's noble ranks.
In-sya-Allah..Amin!



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