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Mothers Day Contest Inspiring Experiences of a Mom

Being a mother is not easy. In fact, it is perhaps the most challenging role in the world. It is a special journey with multitude of experiences. Each mother has her own unique experiences, which are truly inspiring and give strength to other moms. Share your own unique experience through a blog, inspire fellow moms and win awesome prizes.


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Amrita Mazumdar Pokkunuri

| May 11, 2016

Three months into our wedding, I had travelled to Karjat to attend an advanced Human Process Lab or Sensitivity Training. Throughout the program, the only feeling that kept coming back to me was a deep yearning for motherhood. Also there was this spirit of a little boy every now and then that I visualized in different people. It's also something I felt very strongly and strangely throughout the 5 days. I was happy but others didn't empathise with my situation. I shared my anguish with my husband, questioning what's happening to me... he was worried. At the close of the program he came to Mumbai and we spent the weekend in the city, before heading back to Ahmedabad, where we stay. Within a month we were expecting. I now know that it was our Cub who was singing to me before he came to us and that was what I was experiencing. It was such a profoundly powerful and deeply spiritual experience that I simply do not have adequate words to explain. Our Cub is now 6. 5 months old and he is our world!

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Sneha Shrinivas

| May 10, 2016

Hi Live in motherhood its like a very changeable task for me. When I become a mother, I realize that my mother done many things for me which give me good example for my kids and which increase respect for my mother. I thankful of god for giving me two cute and beautiful kids..... Namashyu and Ganishkha... both are my heart and soul,both are make my life very interesting and cheerful. I cant express my feeling of motherhood,but one good thing is that I am very happy in motherhood

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Namita Namita

| May 10, 2016

Being a mother is an amazing experience. It comes with lots of challenges which one could not imagine to have the capability to handle. But the strength comes from within. Handling home, work and child altogether. These roles doesnot leave you with time to relax and enjoy your hobbies. But if a mother first keep herself happy by enjoying what she loves to, it will help her to do the other cores even better. You and your angel are very special. So just take care and enjoy. Everything will fall in place.

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divya khurana

| May 09, 2016

Motherhood is the most touching phase for a woman where she actually radiates, becomes more efficient, do multi-tasks that even the CEO of a MNC would fail. I still remember - how worried i was when i was at the verge of delivering my baby bt got so much strength to bear the pain from a single expectation that my angel is just a step away in entering to this bful world. Tip - Just take good care of ur health,stay positive and be active during the entire pregnancy phase to ensure Giving birth becomes a cakewalk. Smile and laugh alot because it helps your baby to grow and get nourished in the most amicable environment, with no complicacy involved :) Live the moment to cherish it forever :*

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parimita

| May 09, 2016

"Mother is the bank where we deposit all our hurts and worries. " After boarding the Motherhood ship, respect for my mom has increased. The topsy-turvy biological cycle, physical distortion, discomfort from delivery wounds and stretch marks. Life changes inside out. It was midnight. Suddenly I started tleaking . The wait for normal delivery was in vain. After inducing , the labour was non-progressive. Baffled, I had C-sec. Deep down I felt miserable. With anxiety I welcomed Mihika. So innocent and indifferent to the clamour of this world. Mixed feeling on my mind I realised my scanty lactation . It added insult to injury. Child's immunity was my concern. Being a new mom advices poured in, eyebrows raised, words thrown at me. I felt guilty. My doctor then said, lactation is mostly psychological. 'Think. You are a river of milk. You need to feed your baby. ' I started nursing diligently. It worked. I was satiated and elated. Mothers, always use your discretion and listen to your doctor. Eleven months have gone. Mihika is stronger and healthier, well ahead of the milestone. Each day is a learning. I have evolved into a matured and tolerant woman. Be happy . Believe in yourself. Motherhood is never easy. Yet I am confident. Are YOU?

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jayaprabha chittal

| May 08, 2016

Motherhood is such a beautiful phase of every women life. You cannot express it in words. The felling is totally different and every mother will have different story and feeling related to the beautiful journey of her life after being mother. It's God best creation in this world. If you are well prepared mentally and physically before you get into it the entire process is very smooth and you will Njoy every moment of it. It took us five years to decide that we r ready to take off parenthood and now there is no regrets or anger from the day when I got to know I m expecting till pregnancy or it be labor room or while nurturing my son or be it now running behind him. It's 9 months and it feels time has flown so swiftly. Its truly a blessing to be mommy. Happy Mother's Day to all beautiful mommies out there.

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Parul Bansal

| May 08, 2016

to live a motherhood i have to strugle too much. After two miacarriages,different types of test continously 3 years and an operation i got my baby by c-section in 2015. i m very afraid all my 9 months for my baby as i was diabetic and on insulin. On d day i was scared for opertion but getting my baby in my hand gave me courage and patiently i delivered my baby as i saw everything without closing my eyes as dr. said. But i was not that lucky becoz my baby boy was sent to nursery for sugar minitoring for 4 hr. but he lived their 9 days becoz every day dr. said he got that infection. Different types of instrument were attached to my baby and i saw him 3rd day. After seeing him i broke down but after i kept courage and face these deadly days of my life. after 9 days i got my baby and looked after carefully. Now my 9 month baby is too naughty that i m lost in enjoying my baby naughtiness. I and my husband is proud parent of an inlelligent boy who face all problems bravely. I m very happy mother.

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Isha Bansal

| May 07, 2016

I always wished for a super naughty kid but God blessed me with a super obedient and brilliant kid. He turned four this April. He was just two years old when I bought a CD of multiplication tables to calm his curiosity to read random numbers and he memorized all. I decided to quit my job to nurture his talent and give my 100% to my son. He sets 5 memory records in ‘India book of records’ and ‘World record India’ before he turn three. He sleeps for 7-8 hours a day and to give him all the resources I sleep for maximum 6 hours. I turned into a ‘MOMBIE’ with dark circles but nothing can stop me. Yes, he is a blessing! Yes, he is the kid every mother wishes to have but being a mother of such a talented kid is a difficult job. I am full of fear, fear of not being able to help my child to actualize his full potential and fear of failing. I do everything possible to ensure that my child gets the right platform, guidance and education. I am showing him path towards success until he will choose one for himself.

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Sohini RC

| May 07, 2016

I always considered myself very dependent by nature. the day I became pregnant ,I was very scared. It's hard for me take any small decision, how will I take a this big responsibility. As days passed I gained so much confidence but the thought of having a c- section frightened me. I was always very scared of operation. My parents & husband were also tensed about my low pressure and phobia. then came the d- day,I cried all the way to the hospital. But once I was admitted and nurses were preparing me for my OT. I gained so much strength that I made up my mind I will face it with a smiling face. while i was being taken to the OT ,I smilled all the way to OT. my family members were very surprised. Then channels were made injections came down one by one. I really didn't feel any pain. the needle which went through my spinal cord also couldn't frighten me. through my nurse specs reflection I saw my OT. My doc was surprised with my confidence. he asked me to close my eyes but I didn't as I was too excited. suddenly my belly heavy Ness was gone I could hear my baby cry. doc touched my cheeks with his. My life changed.

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Sujini Ponnusamy

| May 07, 2016

My journey towards motherhood was long awaited. After several unsuccessful IVF attempts I conceived to what was nothing short of an adventure. With doctor’s clear communication that if this pregnancy dint go through, adoption or surrogacy would have to be explored, it became a precious baby. Anxiety, no hunger, no sound sleep and bouts of vomiting till the 7th month. I could barely walk with very severe back pain running from my lower back to the legs and they were trembling only to know that I was already in labour at the 7th month review. An emergency c-section was arranged in 15 minutes and all prayers of department staff and family helped my precious baby out. After 16 hours, I was wheeled to my room to hold my little bundle of joy. No words for a few hours. A very tiny bundle needing incubator support but with other more deserving babies to the incubator, the option was to keep him in my warmth and feed him at regular intervals. From then to now my beloved boy has done well. A mother needs nothing more from the child in reciprocation except to see him/her grow into a healthy adult.

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lubna

| May 06, 2016

Becoming a mother is a tough job and the toughest is to be at your best for your baby which includes ample of responsibilities which come along no sooner your baby arrives. Baby gets all these along side. Why I mentioned it a tough job is due to various changes which your body goes through and you try to cope up with. But fortunately, I have been blessed as I didn't go through dizziness and vomiting in my entire tenure of 9 months. More than that I feel myself more lucky as my labour pain, the actual intense pain had a duration of just 20 mins. I can never thank Almighty enough for this. Once the baby arrives in your life, duties change, priorities change. But one thing I had thought in my mind to which I still stick and that is I know my child better than anyone. I had tough time in the beginning trying to comfort everyone around me that I know I am not doing anything wrong with my baby so please stop throwing suggestions on me every second. My every move was as if been captured in other's eyes and I was held responsible for things that I was trying after taking doctor's advise. My near ones thought that I am neglecting their advises but the fact was I was just too careful and trying to adopt most of the things which my doctor said. But, this wasn't liked by them. I used to remain under stress, finally I decided, I would do what is right for my baby. Not what others opine about certain things. I went through weird situations and was asked questions like why am I spending time with my kid, I have seen faces go gloomy if I played with my child. Then one day as I was sleeping beside my baby, thinking stressfully about these, all of a sudden my baby hugged me in his sleep as if trying to say that mamma u r doing what is right for me. This act of his gave me such a strength that now whenever I feel stressed, I just think about this incidence and the stress just vanishes. So, babies are the wonderful gifts. Fact that you remain tired and stressed but they also give you happiness and joy in their own innocent way. But the lesson learnt is that mother is the best person to know what the child needs at a particular moment, I am talking about the time when the baby is too young and completely relies on his/her mom. Motherhood is a beautiful experience. May the Almighty give strength and courage to the mothers to stand for their babies and follow their own instinct and heart. (But definitely keeping in mind the suggestions shared by your baby's doctor)

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Bhumika Rathi

| May 06, 2016

The day knowing that u r pregnant is a great feeling along with excitement and lot more responsibilities and sharing it with ur hubby is make u blush like anything else in life. But during this 9 months whenever I use to see other mums taking care of their babies, I felt like, would I be able to take care of my baby like them? will i be a good mamma?? It’s a great experience yet a responsibility that make u worried. But when my little came to my world, I realized it was all just my worries. everyone suggested to do this and that and I blindly does it too but with time span I came to know that its not you who is taking care of ur baby. Listen to ur heart & be urself and ur little’s mommiee and don’t be like anyone else’s mommiee and see how happy and njoying u both r. only u can think what’s best for ur baby and now I am a proud mommie of 11 m old and planning for 1st birthday of my Little bundle of joy.

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Nilambari Bhandare

| May 06, 2016

Every child gives birth to a mother...... Sooo rightly said..... In my case, doctor have declared that we are at very bad situation to conceive naturally and even the chances through IVF are very less.... We were prepared for this situation. one day I visited the doctor to collect the test reports and on that day while discussing about further treatment schedule, I informed doctor that my periods are delayed by 3 days. Immediately I went through the pee test and miracly it was positive..... It was unbelievable situation, bcos I was holding the report in one hand which were stating the incompetency to conceive and in other hand, it was positive pregnancy report..... From that day, our life changed top to down..... I used to smoke 2\3 cigarettes a day which I suddenly stopped and it happened so naturally that I didn't even feel to smoke again even once. I believe this was my baby who was driving all positive changes in our life. Again one more time, doctor told me to take at most care during pregnancy as the risk associated with it, but since was already have taken one assignment which was middle of the way and hence could not quit.... Again my baby within me showed his strong ness by adapting this situation. I used to stand on extremely smoky and dusty site for more than 15 hrs a day without using washrooms.... But my baby was still fine..... I was working till last day of my delivery.... Finally the day come.... my baby entered this world by normal delivery (vaginal birth) on 11 Sept 2015. This day onwards I became a responsible women from a easy way going, carrier passionate girl. I have joined my office back when the baby was 6. 5 months the life back to the routine. But today, me as a person is certainly different than the earlier one. Now I am more organised, more matured, and responsible even in my professional life. And this change is evident even for my bosses.... This has truly happened bcos of baby.... Love u lot RHYTHM..... U made me a good and balanced individual....

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Evelyn Dmello

| May 06, 2016

My profession changed from a Customer service officer at a BPO directly to a Mother ... (Miracle pregnancy ) I call it miracle coz I was informed by a gynac that that I cud never conceive ( had undergone a cyst in ovary operation ) . Till the 3rd month was working ... my travelling only was 2 hrs 1 way .... Found it risky for my kid so resigned ( my dream company ) During the 3 months I NVR felt like I was pregnant .... fallen twice - thrice running for a train .... also was a bit careless at home ( slipped over in the bathroom ) .. Use to like Bike rides so use to hang out with frns .... but when I went for my 1st sonography n saw a image ... it was a magic for me .... After which I realized the importance of becoming pregnant .... from the clinic till date m care full at home n stopped travelling by trains .. All wanted a boy to run the family property ahead but I n my hubby prayed hard for a girl .. And the magic happened on 2nd July 2013 11:05pm .. LAVISHA..... a cesarean delivery.. in the delivery room the doc smiled and said it's a beautiful girl ... I just smiled in a unconscious state .. later I was shifted to ward where there was no fan .. it was terrific hot .. I literally woke up from the bed and walked down a different ward ... The doc was like ..." Evelyn, I don't believe Ur a Mother now n still kiddish " Gone thru a tough time has she use to stay awake till 4am drinking Milk .. "YES " but made sure she is not empty stomach .. the same thing at home ... I don't have my in-laws .. my Mother's a nurse so didn't ask her to quit her job ... was handling both house holds and my Nanu ... later wen I thought something was going wrong with her health I took her to a baby seater ( a saviour ) who took care of her from 2nd Month till she was 2years 2 months . during that time I joined back as a customer care officer ... while at work I use to miss her cry .. her hug n her presence ... use to give nonsense reasons to go back home from work ... my Managers we re supportive and asked me to quit till I felt that professional and personal life are 2 different things ... Since then m at home with her .. trying to be her mirror n guess what ... she always says . " Mumma Nice (patting her hand on my face ).... Dada Kakaaa" : ) I think this is the best Job in the world ... where Ur pay doesn't matter .. what matters is Ur kids appreaction for u ... Like .. My world is my MOM... LOVE U shokri .....

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Manmeet Kaur

| May 06, 2016

After my daughter turned 6 months I had to join back office. I must say it was one of the most difficult decisions of my life. Initially I used to feel very bad and guilty of leaving her at home and coming to work but eventually with time I coped up and settled down. My daughter is 1 year 3 months old now. She is enjoying life to her fullest eating, playing, sleeping and spending most of the time with my mom and in laws at home. She is too small to actually miss me. But as she is growing I miss spending time with her. I am missing the best part of life, her childhood, seeing her doing little things each minute. But life has to keep moving in its own pace hence I try to give as much valuable time as possible to her. It’s a pleasure when she comes along with her father to pick me up at metro station after work. She cannot speak but the happiness in her eyes seeing me speaks a ton. The entire evening is the best part of day with her playing all around me, having dinner with her and she falling asleep in my arms. All efforts are worth the pleasure of finding the magical love in her. It’s true that “happiness is indeed is small little things” I wish I come out as a good and loving mother to my little sweetheart

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Neha Saroha

| May 06, 2016

A mum would travel to the hell and back, without a cringe on her face. Throughout my pregnancy and within just 5 months of delivery, I was working complete 8 hours in office. No, I am not proud of that, just thankful, that I had the health and support system to do it. People judged me then, that work was more crucial to me. They questioned my motherhood and couldn't believe I was missing the initial years of my little one's growing up. Yet I continued, not out of necessity but choice, for the next 4 years. I took a break thereafter and have stayed at home, for a year now and people still judge me, accuse me of being sacked or chickening out in tough times. I have never given them justifications, I just did what I felt was right for my daughter, household and career at a certain time. True, my daughter is the priority, but we cant handle our affairs in isolation, everything has to move in tandem and taken care of, lest something/someone falls behind. As I move forward with this philosophy, I thank my stars and await the next twist they roll-down to me.

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Shashwati Chakraborty

| May 06, 2016

Though it is full of challenging but l m enjoying my motherhood as my husband nd my guardian r very much supportive. It's a God gifted stage for woman. Since d very first day of pregnancy to birth of sweet Cupid... did all d routine checkups .I used to eat fruits (except papaya nd pineapple), veggies, dairy products. Lots of water.. Don't get stressed. Do light exercise nd walk. Do whatever u love. At d time of operation table I requested to play some music nd d blissful moment came ...a sweet pink love Cupid was in frnt of my eyes. Tears came out. Being a new mom it's tough.. but don't panic, be like ur mom ..a guide, a Frnd, a teacher of little ones. Be polite, learn lullaby, rhymes nd lots of childish activity. Maintain his timetable, daily bath with lukewarm water, feed him with care and love, burp each nd every breast feed nd after6 months give ur baby little solids like suji, poha, smashed potato, biscuits. Play wit him, take him outdoor daily in evening. I used to talk frm d first day. Always give him smile. Be like a shadow of him. Each nd every moment is very special for u nd ur baby too.. love u .

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Suprita

| May 05, 2016

It's been 8 months that I got a promotion as Mom. Since from Day1, lucky inspiring me to be a better person every day, each day is new to me since from his birth, if I close my eyes I can see nothing but his face with pure smile.. I feel I am completed and now my biggest responsibility is to learn from him about being exited on every small things and love people, what i feel is before lucky's birth i just exist but God has given another chance to live the life and he is teaching me how to live.. Love you naanoo

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riddhi shah

| May 05, 2016

Being a mom of Reyansh.... my role is quite challenging. Its an accidental pregnancy ... during postgraduation examination ...for my husband same situation.... first trimester went in exam... second and third trimester gave full time to baby with lots of fun & dreams with my mom & mother in law. My pregancy and delivery after this no worries in baby care becoz I became expert as I m pediatric nurse. But when you know many things its make u more worried with small problem... child hvg cold u become worried with thoughts of complication. Really its a tough job to rear a child. Its a wonderful gift from god... its challenging and amazing experience. .. everyday u get chance to become child... I am just trying to be healthy and fit so I can enjoy each moment with my child. i love to be childish with him. I am learning so many things from him. I m inspried by him. As he growing I am growing as a mother. whatever I am today just because of my mom.... yes this same words I want to earn from Reyu. I want to say to all mother that you are best thatswhy you are selected as a mother.

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Mahvish Khan

| May 05, 2016

Coming from a protective environment and a different city, I wasn't really at home in Delhi. lam not even familiar of my neighborhood. My only companions my thirteen month old son n my laptop keep me busy. Being an IT professional, my husband has an extremely busy schedule and we get to spend time only on weekends. lately my son went down with loose stools and we saw a doctor and he prescribed some medicines and said he would be fine in a week. But the medicine gave him no relief and his condition worsened. He would soil 15- 20 diapers a day and he had high fever. He was cranky and inconsolable. I couldn't see him like this and I hated my very existence as I was of no help to him. At this moment I realized that I have to stop being a victim and help my son. I booked a cab and took my son to the hospital where he was given injections. I called my husband and he was surprised to know that we were at the hospital. Then he was advised injections for 5 more days and it was mommy who would take him there in the morning and in the evening. This incident helped me grow as an individual, it taught me,"to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield ". Now i go to the market alone and I'm not hesitant to wear a smile on my face. And I can vouch like all the other moms motherhood made me more caring more responsible and courageous.

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Meenu Jain

| May 05, 2016

It was my first child when I was reading a book, named" chicken soup "series for mom... It had an article regarding sending love notes to ur kids with tiffin box... I started giving written one or two liner notes to my little angle how much I love her, Wat so special about her and all. After some time I got another angle nd really get busy with all stuff of two kids n the writing process was no more. One day when my elder one was in 2 nd class she came home after school n give me her tiffin nd asked me to open it up.. There was a small paper card which was full of oil n turmeric stain... Nd it read mom u make world's best food. I love you mom. That was the day I felt proudest mom of the world.

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| May 05, 2016

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Sarika Upadhyay

| May 04, 2016

It was a little over a year, into our marriage, when I conceived. This started my journey towards motherhood. And it was not easy. My married life was going great: a lot of food, a lot of travel, a lot of cinema and generally a carefree life. But this was all about to come to a halt, even if temporarily. And I was dreading it. I now had to spend a lot of time in hospital to consult the doctors and get ultrasound done. I had to cut down on travel and outside food. Throughout my pregnancy period I had a lot of trouble sleeping and ended up spending a number of sleepless nights. On such nights I sometimes thought I will die. I even thought if all this effort will even be worth it. But days turned into weeks and weeks into months. The doctor finally decided the date of delivery ( it was going to be a C-section). I was lying on the operation table when doctor showed me Luv and he looked so beautiful. After eight minutes, doctor showed me Kush. He was looking angelic. My twin bundles of joy had arrived. And at that moment I was born again.

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Reema Asar

| May 04, 2016

I got married in 2010. Since than till 2014 it was a most awaited news I receives when I came to know that there is a life getting ready to come out after nine months. from that day I started reading articles on net on life in womb and was very excited to know many things happening inside month by month. There were many hurdles that I crossed with baby in womb during my pregnancy regarding my health. Only hoped for the best and remained positive during that phase. Finally 10th July 2015 I delivered baby boy. saw him just for moment as he was prematured and was shifted to neocare. was disappointed again as I could not hold him. After 3 days he was shifted to me, as I hold gim tears run down my chicks in happiness. After that too I had issues related feeding him but by the grace of God, mental support from my in laws n husband I overcome it. seeing him growing up, seeing his naughty activities I feel so honoured. becoming mom is easy but taking care of a baby is so difficult but enjoying the same. here I would like to thank my mother in law for supporting and taking care of me and now her grandson.

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Ramya C

| May 04, 2016

Well, i am not able to believe that, i am a mom nu.. Still, i remember the days that are soo scared for him, during my delivery time. Its been a 10monthshs. Each & every day, i will spoke to my fetus & i will care him like anything. Found a change among myself in those days. Now, he is a six month baby. Day by day ,my care, love, focus, affection are increasing for making him to feel good & comfort. If he cry for few minutes, my heart is worrying lot. Even my eyes are filled with tears. I think,i am not able to express my good feelings in a word. Not able to describe it too. When he smiles with his toothless teeth, that moment, i felt like ,i am the one who is caring &making him happy. i wanna describe my feeling more.. but, itz enough.. Feeling satisfied. Proud to be a Mom... Love to join my eternal journey with my baby & my lovable partner.. Happy mother's day to all the mother's. You all are rocking!!Your sacrifice, love, care, friendly nature etc... hatsoff to all & a great salute to all the moms...

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Priya Mankotia

| May 04, 2016

I was by nature and by attitude tom boyish, extrovert, Care a damn attitude kind of a person. Being a girl I never behaved like one and being the youngest I was always pampered by my father and siblings. Only my mother use to teach me etiquettes and make me realize m a girl which I use to hate By graduation I was asked to dress delicately wear salwar suits with dupatta. Being from a typical marwari clan my behavior was considered to be unacceptable by my mother. As we girls are expected to present ourselves in a way amongst the society that we should get marriage proposals ( like it happened with my sister). My mother use to teach me a lot of things about being a girl, getting married and being a mother to which I never use to pay attention at all. For me getting married was something I was never ever interested. I always had in my mind tht arrange marriage is 2 people fooling each other through out their life that they love and kids happen as they are forced by MILs or others. love will never happen to me cos m dark complexion and not attractive for any guy to fall for me. As I wanted to be independent i did MBA and got recruited on day 1. I convinced my parents to let me work. I was flying with the time untill one day I happened to meet this new guy who joined as intern and for one project we had to work together. I started liking him from day one and when that like turned into love, from him too, I don't know and we started dating. We gave our relationship marriage stamp after a lot of struggle from both the parents side. I was very happy and both were enjoying our new life and did not feel that we need any other reason to be more happy. After 3 yrs of our marriage, One fine day I got to know tht m pregnant, was very nervous. I was not ready for this, huge responsibility, to compromise my beautiful life, career and I have heard from people that baby comes between husband and wife and life gets twisted initially. I was just not ready for all this and told my husband about my fears and wanted to abort. At the same time I thought about my husband how much he loves kids and wants atleast one child. Considering this I went ahead but through out my 9 months I was always worried about my fears. Now, I was seeing a different side of my husband, from the start he took care of me, my cravings infact mid-night cravings from pani Puri to ferrero rocher cake, my pains, not missing even 1 doc appointment, sonography and tests, fulfilling all my wishes whatsoever. The day has come and I was blessed with a adorable little angel. We both were so happy and he thanked me for the most beautiful gift. It's been 2 months tht m a mother now. I'm so happy and thankful to God for making me experience this. I'm just loving each and every day from breast feeding, giving massages and bathing her, gazing at her twinkling eyes, hands and feet, humming and singing lullabies. Our relationship have a new name, the affection has no bounds Of course there will be more challenges but m ready to face it without any fear. I want to very happily sum up that m proud to be a mother, and yes it's totally a different experience which only we being a girl can experience it. Today m proud of being a woman and a mother of a girl

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Priya Mankotia

| May 04, 2016

I was by nature and by attitude tom boyish, extrovert, Care a damn attitude kind of a person. Being a girl I never behaved like one and being the youngest I was always pampered by my father and siblings. Only my mother use to teach me etiquettes and make me realize m a girl which I use to hate By graduation I was asked to dress delicately wear salwar suits with dupatta. Being from a typical marwari clan my behavior was considered to be unacceptable by my mother. As we girls are expected to present ourselves in a way amongst the society that we should get marriage proposals ( like it happened with my sister). My mother use to teach me a lot of things about being a girl, getting married and being a mother to which I never use to pay attention at all. For me getting married was something I was never ever interested. I always had in my mind tht arrange marriage is 2 people fooling each other through out their life that they love and kids happen as they are forced by MILs or others. love will never happen to me cos m dark complexion and not attractive for any guy to fall for me. As I wanted to be independent i did MBA and got recruited on day 1. I convinced my parents to let me work. I was flying with the time untill one day I happened to meet this new guy who joined as intern and for one project we had to work together. I started liking him from day one and when that like turned into love, from him too, I don't know and we started dating. We gave our relationship marriage stamp after a lot of struggle from both the parents side. I was very happy and both were enjoying our new life and did not feel that we need any other reason to be more happy. After 3 yrs of our marriage, One fine day I got to know tht m pregnant, was very nervous. I was not ready for this, huge responsibility, to compromise my beautiful life, career and I have heard from people that baby comes between husband and wife and life gets twisted initially. I was just not ready for all this and told my husband about my fears and wanted to abort. At the same time I thought about my husband how much he loves kids and wants atleast one child. Considering this I went ahead but through out my 9 months I was always worried about my fears. Now, I was seeing a different side of my husband, from the start he took care of me, my cravings infact mid-night cravings from pani Puri to ferrero rocher cake, my pains, not missing even 1 doc appointment, sonography and tests, fulfilling all my wishes whatsoever. The day has come and I was blessed with a adorable little angel. We both were so happy and he thanked me for the most beautiful gift. It's been 2 months tht m a mother now. I'm so happy and thankful to God for making me experience this. I'm just loving each and every day from breast feeding, giving massages and bathing her, gazing at her twinkling eyes, hands and feet, humming and singing lullabies. Our relationship have a new name, the affection has no bounds Of course there will be more challenges but m ready to face it without any fear. I want to very happily sum up that m proud to be a mother, and yes it's totally a different experience which only we being a girl can experience it. Today m proud of being a woman and a mother of a girl

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kanchanpawarajput

| May 04, 2016

How does it feel to be a mom at 34? And that too after six years of waiting. ,praying, trip to docs, monthly visits for sonography.. painful dye test. And finally finding endrometrosis as the culprit.. And being told that it would be a miracle to conceive.. that too naturally.... And conceive i did naturally after the surgery for endrometrosis. My daughter was called the miracle baby... ... ... Soooo how did it fee? I could nt let her out of My reach even.... Kept looking at her telling myself that she was mine.. Yes.. Mine

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Priyanka Solanki

| May 04, 2016

I still remember the date 10th january,2010 when I was diagnosed with endometriosis. After two surgeries of six cysts and almost unbearable pain,doctors were quite sure that even ivf may not be helpful. My husband who was my boyfriend at that time supported me to such an extent that I never felt there's anything wrong with me. On 8th December,2013 we got married since that day I felt even more positive. I went for regular check ups after marriage and after a year we got to know that its back. My husband and me did'nt bother about these problems and we decided to remain positive. Our prayers and positivity resulted on 4th january, 2015 when the strip showed two pink lines. OMG.. !!! I was pregnant and that too normally. The feeling of a life inside you is just out of the world. My Shaarav , was an angel sent to me by God who not only brought so much happiness but also cured my disease and the pain it gave , forever. Doctors are still shocked.. !!! Shaarav is a wonderful son,always smiling. I can see the same positivity in him. So friends just be happy and leave the rest to God.. Every dark night will turn out into a beautiful morning..

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Ranjita Das

| May 04, 2016

For me motherhood was a very much awaited happiness. .At the age of 38 I conceived .-Moreover my weight was more and I was suffering from anxiety problem. but the day my baby knocked me in my womb, I filled myself with positivity. It was a miracle , a gift of God. Believe me whole through that 9 months I was like in a meditation period. every day I used to nurture my soul with positivity and hopes. each morning I used to start very early with a slow walk near to nature with a promise to myself that I won't let any anxiety touch me and my little one. It wasn't easy for a woman who is listening to the taunts that pregnancy won't be easier for me because of my age and weight. I will suffer from many ailments like high BP, blood sugar, joints pain many more. with a pounding heart I started my journey. But as my dietician sister used to say pregnancy itself is a miracle of god, a gift of God. The chosen one must be positive and happy.. That 9 months I was just was closed to God and full of hopes.. I believe the baby inside your womb is a angel , near to God. so talk to your baby when you feel down, ask for it's help.. it works, believe me.. Till the last day of my pregnancy I was capable to walk, eat , laugh. no ailment touched me.. MOTHERHOOD IS A GIFT OF GOD. ACT LIKE A CHOSEN ONE..

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Nanthini Madhav

| May 04, 2016

I started to live as a mother when I was pregnant. Pregnancy is like reborn ourselves to give birth to a new baby. As ma baby went to IUGR I was much disturbed. She born on Jan 1st. When c section is going I was asking ma child to see. Doctor show ma little doll. Now she s n her 5 month. Ma parents and ma spouse supported me a lot to back to normal. Whenever I see ma doll, I used to have a feel like I'm having another daughter tat is ma mother. We could feel the motherhood only wen are as mothers. Each mothers are different and mothers care could only be felt. Wen paapa cries we too will cry, Wen paapa smiles we too ll smile. Wen paapa doesn't bother us it ll be like dieing. Babies are world most beautiful offerings of god. Bcos of dem we are accredited as mothers. We love our baby to the core and wholeheartedly. Love you baby AKULA..

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Anita Chuttani

| May 04, 2016

I am d only child of my parents. They left no stone unturned in my upbringing,right from my education from convent school to a medical degree. but still i felt neglected and nt getting dat love of being mum's doll. soon i learnt i was adopted. I was in third or may b in fourth standard. was quite surprised dat even after being adopted my parents never let me felt so as per d scenes i had seen in indian movies how badly d step parents treat their children. Yeah!my mom was harsh towards me at times very much, so much so dat i had even thought dat i would never cum to my parents place post marriage. as time passed by i got married moms behaviour changed n as i became mom she was like one of best grannies of planet showering loads of love on me n ofcourse my kiddies too. dat was the moment i realised how being a mother is .we have to b strict too but jst wanna say ma! You were at times very harsh. felt so bad being with you people coz of your beatings so much so that many times i used to bleed. but now when i am a mother she is really very caring n i have no harsh feelings against her infact she doesnt let a day pass without speaking to me about our wellbeing. yes time is d biggest healer. but just want to say we should never beat our kids it leaves life long fear n other ugly images in their heart no doubt how loving n caring we may be. kids are too small at that age to undetstand reasons behind our anger. love u ma.

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Natasha Sekhon

| May 04, 2016

I took my time in my life to come to this phase. This beautiful phase of motherhood. I am blessed! Starting from doc checkups, to reading my husbands face during sonography, to feeling the baby kicks, to hugging my belly and knowing i am not alone, to craving to eat black grapes ahh! And yes nothing beautiful does come easy now, does it?

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harpreet_arora0234

| May 04, 2016

Mother and child's relationship is such a beautiful thing that one women cannot experience and express without giving birth to her child .Today I feel proud as being mother as because all Gynaecologist I consulted told us that we need to go in for IVF procedure because of my hubby and my medical conditions were such which were not favourable for normal conceiving process I had thyroid and Pcod problem and other side my hubby has very less Sprm count ..I took yoga and prayers as my hobby for 1. 5 yr. and that helped me in normal conception process today I am mom to a handsome son... love u son ...today again I have joined yoga for reducing my pregnancy fat.

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Pallavi Chopra

| May 04, 2016

hi moms!! i dnt know how much anyone can get inspire from my story.. but i get motivated by myself only.. what i did n how i achieved every thing.. i m my own hero.. well the story started as usuall with the conceiving issues.. my gynea told me that we will be going for IVF.. Yess i was stressed n depressed.. but i dnt bother these feelings.. n being happy i finally conceived naturally in the same month in which the dr. is planning for ivf.. the problem doesnt come to end.. the next challenge was that we were staying alone i. e. me n my hubby.. i had done every thing in my pregnancy.. grocery shopping.. cleaning of house.. cooking.. traveling to offc.. attended offc for whole 9 months.. the mood swings.. ultra sounds.. medicine.. i mean i managed every thing of my own.. i nvr complained nvr demanded support frm husband.. delivered the baby.. managed the stitches n take care of the baby alone.. i m a self made woman in my personal n professional life.. i m my own hero.. i dnt find that others shld help me or cooperate with me.. i nvr feel in that way.. n being happy i did all this.. today i m a successful working woman with a mother of a bful daughter.. if u want to achieve u can.. if u want to crib u can

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Sirisha Sundar

| May 04, 2016

Being a mom is definetly a challenge. I gave birth to my prince 10 yrs after marriage. That day I still remember the labour pains and his birth after that. My world changed dramatically. So many sleepless nights, silly fights with hubby regarding his care, so many doubts, don't know where and when all these end. But I love this change. Having a kid was my dream 2 years ago. But he is my world now. Baby crawling in the house. A toddler walking around, kissing me now and then and saying little words is a great experience. Love you my little prince. Sirishasundar

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Harsha Savant

| May 04, 2016

“A miracle is really the only way to describe motherhood and giving birth. It’s unbelievable how God has made us women and babies to endure and be able to do so much. A miracle indeed. Such an incredible blessing. ” I don’t know about changing my perspective, because motherhood is such a glorious blessing and I am very thankful for that. It is such a beautiful experience. It’s bliss, love, and fulfillment of another level. Motherhood has taught me the meaning of living in the moment and being at peace. Children don’t think about yesterday, and they don’t think about tomorrow. They just exist in the moment. ".

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selvi

| May 04, 2016

I had polycystic ovaries nd I weighed 75 kgs.. gynac tld I cn concieve nly if I reduce my weigh.. with my hubby support I reduced 15 kgs in 8 months.. yeah pcod ws gone nd I got pregnant.. we wer soo happy cnt b expressed in wrds frm tat time I made up my mind like I should take good care of baby.. wen nearin due date I ws lik wen dis pain wil start coz I ws eager to see my darlin kicking nd movin around in ther.. yay I got de pain nd I ws happy.. it ws critical c sec.. my lil cutie girl she is my world.. im takin care of her alone wit my hubby.. im lik I tuk care of her wen she ws inside me.. then why cnt I do it now.. also started bathin her de day after removing stitches. .im proud to b a mom however I may luk doesn't matter.. she admires me..

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sujata pradhan

| May 04, 2016

People often make perceptions about you majorly on the basis of how you look, clothes u wear and behaviour and I very well remember someone elder from my in laws telling me that I m not sure how this girl is going to take care of the baby. this notion was in their minds just because I m very trendy n extrovert... But everyone's perceptions changed d day when I got up from my bed on the 3rd day of my c-section delivery n took a discharge just to take my child to the pediatrician outside since hospital was not taking any care of my child n me and my child was sick and cries badly. ‌A girl always has a mother inside no matter how hep or fashionista she is..... after all the pain in my delivery even dat child specialist asked me how did u managed till here in this condition the reply was just one that I m a mother now..... After all the struggle, gestational diabetes during pregnancy, pricking myself every now n den,sleepless night, now everyone feels very proud of me when doctor says that his weight is very healthy n u r taking a good care dat gives me the immense happiness of being a proud mother and the same respect I could even find in my husband's eyes as well.... I call my boy as JOY coz he is d reason of my happiness n smile...

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Hina Srivastava

| May 03, 2016

It's said becoming a mother complete s a woman! Yes I agree to this as this particular role has helped me evolve as a person! I am a mother of a 14 month old baby girl- Diva. The journey of becoming a mother was not an easy one for me as I had to wait at least for 2 years to let this little life grow within. There were unexplained reasons for not conceiving but I feel it's a matter of time... when the time was right, it happened!! So never feel dishearten ed if things are not going your way. Then of course, the baby came in bringing with her a plethora of do's and dont's... thanks to the Internet and various books on babycare and pregnancy that I had mastered very well.... it actually helped me in the first year of bringing her up... as this 1 year is the most challenging as both you and your baby are trying to get used to each other! Reading, talking to people with toddlers and keeping your cool really helps a new mom sail through! So take it as a lifetime experience and enjoy each day as everyday of your baby will never come back! God bless our children

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Hekali K Wotsa

| May 03, 2016

The day I became a mother, I felt a change deeply. I was excited, confused,afraid and apprehensive that my inexperience may harm my child. It was wonderful feeling frightening at the same time. I had a problem breastfeeding initially. This made me cry myself to sleep sometimes thinking less a mother of myself, not knowing that it's normal. This coupled with various differing advices on how to take care of the baby which traumatised me. When I did this, one would say that, and sometimes the advices caused more harm than good to baby. All this was taking a toll on my baby's health and mine. It went on for almost 2 months, till finally I got tired of all the advices and decided to take care of my baby the way I think is right, and what's do you know, I had wasted precious time trying to listen to everyone. My baby is almost 6 months now and he's healthy and strong and happy. Mummy is in good health too. A timely realisation that every child is unique and every Mummy has their own way of doing things. So take care of your child the way you think is best and don't waste time listening to every one.

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Gayatr Simit Shah

| May 03, 2016

Having a baby is a wondrous, awe-inspiring experience. Suddenly my life is filled with an all-encompassing love, and will do anything to protect my little one. Now my baby is the primary focus in my life, and everything else is secondary. Now my baby princess is 3months old. And I'm alone taking care of her. As my mother is not as sympathetic as I had hoped and so are my inlaws. Add to this the fact that there is no one as close as my husband, he was the only support I got but now he has shifted to abroad for job purpose. In this whole journey I missed my mom's love and attention may be I was not that lucky to get it. Again breastfeeding is a beautiful experience but as was alone have faced challenges and I'm every time worried about feeding her if she is getting enough,  still "I will continue on until my body no longer produces. " and today I'm proud and can say have come so far alone and living my dream with my princess. And after hearing this she will be proud of me to.

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sangeetha d

| May 03, 2016

motherhood is a blessing from heaven. the feeling of being a mother started when the pregnancy strip showed positive. and that moment when i touched my stomach and felt my baby.. ohh.. days passed by and i got the double marker test done and my result was 1:205 for downs.. my Dr said u may have to abort d baby.. tears rolled on my cheeks. I never gave up.. went for other tests... I used to touch my stomach and talk to my baby... I said.. be a fighter.. don't give up.. AMMA is waiting to see you.. I love you my sweet little heart.. every day I used to talk to my baby.. just hopping for a miracle to happen.. my prayers never went for a waste.. I gave birth to my little one on Oct 2... the nation will celebrate... OMG.. the little feet.. little hands.. beautiful eyes of my baby.. unforgettable.. it was the moment when tears and smile meet together... a normal baby... what more a mother wants... I love you my little sweet heart......

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sonal jagtap

| May 03, 2016

In that brightly lit white and green room his tiny little toes were like pink pearls. And his cry had already reached out to the hallway like a symphony of high tunes. Holding my baby in my arms was like I held a trophy. From that day on every day had been full of new surprises. ' oh today he smiled', there he turned over', he is reaching out' and so on and so forth,until nowadays the words are ' oh he jumped and bumped', ' did that sound like a word'. To add to the astonishments, I never thought the site and smell of poop would become a satisfying and rewarding event. However, after a day' s hard work as I reach home and he runs into my arms crying ' mumma mumma', time just stands still, life returns back to my aching feet and that sweet smile gives me the strength to become his horse or that crook running all around the house. Everyday is a beautiful beginning by his side. I pray to God that every woman gets a chance to live in this section of heaven on earth as a mother.

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Pallavi Deepak

| May 02, 2016

Motherhood is a beautiful experience where every mother will enjoy it ... when I got married I was just 19 year .I gave birth to my son at the age of 21 .. A new light came in my life ..but I was very much interested in studies ..so I decide to do B. ed .. my son was only 5 month I left him with my mother to look after him that was a horrible days I suffered a lot missing small happiness I didn't enjoyed his childhood because at that i was foccessed on studies ..now I realised how much i missed it but now my time is with him i take my to swimming class ...so other turning point in my life is after 7 year ... my daughter was born that other new world I left my job ... i intention was what all I have missed with my son I should full fill with my daughter Now I am enjoying my motherhood ....tejasvi& Anarghya are the two flowers in my life they made my life to blossom and made it a frangance in my life finally I thank my mom and my husband for all the support they have given to me happy mother's day ... ..

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Suryateja Muggulla

| May 02, 2016

Hello dear fellow moms, this is teja, a proud mom of a cute little rascal. Motherhood is just so amazing and it has the greatest potential influence in the life. My life, priorities, my interests, even my likes everything just got changed as soon as my son was born. Even I became so brave. I had c-section. Till now I just can't believe, how I forgot all the pain when I saw his cute smile. I resigned my job to take care of my little prince. I think motherhood is the only thing that brings out the unknown person hidden in us. Even we don't know that we can handle such precious as well as difficult & sensitive things on our own. Anyway I feel proud to be a woman, who has a chance to experience the greatest asset in the life that is MOTHERHOOD. Happy Mother's day to all the mothers in the world.

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ritu jain

| May 02, 2016

Motherhood is like to enter in a new world. some may be consider it as the world of happiness and joys for others may be the world full of stress and separations. But gradually all leads to one destination that is family:)Experiences are endless in motherhood. The journey from baby in womb and to have it in ur arms is really very difficult. one may face many difficulties but the moment he starts smiling at you and raises his hand to hold him up a mother can die for this happiness. When you see him growing like tiny closed eyes have changed into big twinkling eyes, little closed fist has opened nd ready to grab your hand, little tiny feet are ready to make their own way, the world's cutest smile is accompanying the wonderful expressions, without speaking he communicates all his needs. At that time u forgets all pains and difficulties ,Nothing can replace the feeling of a mother. One may get irritate with the situations but when u wil realise time wil fly. MOTHERHOOD Is a god gift ,Enjoy the motherhood to the fullest ,Situatons could be worse but that tiny little creature is your part .Enlighten the love through the one nd special bond. ''MOTHER IS TRUELY A CREATOR OF LIFE''Proud to be a mother. HAPPY MOTHERHOOD!!

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Tejal Singh

| May 02, 2016

A boy was born, but for me he was my baby, irrespective of boy or girl. Being workig mom I felt I am the worst mother on the earth. Six month,office started,first day,tears, giving my baby in hands of mother in law, lot of fear and depression, cry whole night before "D Day",felt worst mother. While coming for lunch I make him feed him and make him sleep,once he denied to sleep and I was like "Oh god, I run for him, I am empty stomach for him and he is like... ", in anger I gave a slap on his bum (I never gave slap or shouted on him nor was irritated, but that day, I did),&, guess what????HE ENJOYED,laughed, giggled & laughed... I said sorry to him,I laughed & He slept in a min in my hand. Child make your day,dont shout,dont get angry,dont feel irritated, once they will grow they will have their own life (like we have ours),enjoy this moment!!!! (I still cant prove myself that I am good mother, but Yes, I know,I am a MOTHER!!!!)

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Jyothi Ch

| May 02, 2016

God cannot be everywhere so he created mother .when my little prince lohith was born no words r there for my happiness but when he is 9 months doctors confirmed that he's having hearing loss that's all our hearts sank. as doctor suggested he is fitted with hearing aids and we started going for speech therapy with my husband n family support I worked hard to teach him .now my prince started babbling and trying to imitate small words and he understand too by God grace .waiting eagerly for my kid to say Amma

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Dr Ritu Kumari Gupta

| May 02, 2016

In run to become a perfect mom i was hell tierd and exhausted. My weight was reduced. i had dark circles around eyes. There was no social life. I sometimes use to get irritated and frstrated. Loosing my patience i sometimes was unable to refrain myself from scolding my little one. I needed a break so i went to live with my mom for somedays with my little one i held my head on mothers shoulder and cried. "I am not a good mom even if i tried hard. It was me who wanted baby and baby is biggest blessing but muma am not happy. "said I. what my mom replied changed my life... " Then stop being perfect. No one is perfect and all above you do not need to b perfect to be a mother. Keep a maid if you are unable to take care of baby alone. Put him in a day care if you want to push your career. Keep a tutor if you dont have patience to teach him. Ask your husband to assist in cleaning shit, vomit, and to bathe him. Let toys scatterd for few hours if you are tired to assemble them again and again. Go out and meet friends. call a friend. Go for long drive. If you dont want to cook some day go out for dinner. Get some time for your hobbies and passion. But please do not be a barren mom. Dont make motherhood burden. Enjoy motherhood.

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Alisha Kumbhat

| May 02, 2016

Hello every mother and to be mothers! I am a mother of cute, little, naughty angel who is 5 1/2 months old. I'm sharing with u all my experience which will give strength to all mothers who feel motherhood is difficult. My daughter Nikisha was 3 months old n it was her day for getting vaccinations. I was scared already and then this incident happened. I slipped in my bathroom. Yes ! And that too badly. Broke my shoulder. She saw me and started crying because she saw me crying. I trust taking her in my arms n make her feel comfortable but alas I couldn't. I immediately called my husband to take me to the hospital and asked my parents to take her for the vaccinations. Dreadful beginning of the day it was . Got X-ray and I had fracture in shoulder. The world was falling on me . I felt as if my life was over. I started crying not because of pain but because how will I take her in my arms? How will I feed her? How will I hug her? 100 questions were boggling in my mind. Then my mother hugged and said we are there for you. It gave me strength n will power . I stopped crying. Kissed her n slept beside her. Everyone at home helped me in feeding. People suggested to give her bottle, top feed and various other things but I was determined I will not. No matter how much it pains. I did what I wished o and in few days she was back in my arms laughing, playing, smiling , hugging each other . Motherhood is beautiful !

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megha agrawal

| May 01, 2016

The word mother itself bring in you a feeling of responsibilty. my daughter mishita is just 4 months old. Although she does not speak but her every smile, every expression has a meaning. She is my world. her smile n hug makes me forget all worries nd I enjoy her company a lot... I luv u my angel mishita..

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Nitisha

| Apr 30, 2016

Motherhood is god's greatest gift. It really nurtures a woman into a great human being filled with determination, hard work, keen observation, emotions and all positive vibes. My personal experience, like others is all that great. It was 22nd April last year, when I gave birth to my beautiful little prince `VEER'. It was sort of reincarnation, when a lady turns a goddess. The moment I was informed by the doctor in the OT that it is a baby, all healthy, fit and fine. Tears in my eyes, looking at my baby, I was madly happy and got a new life and rejuvenated; leaving all my pains & sufferings behind, started from the pregnancy till all those prescribed strong medicines, dietary restrictions, epidural, & Casearean section... thank god... Its true a baby need all care, attention, love which I tried to provide with the support of my husband, rest of the family during those restless sleepless nights. Being a teacher also ..I do understand the balance between family and work. Eventually all effort turned fruitful, my baby started walking at 11th month and has turned one now. Since its just a beginning which will make myself much stronger and principled in life. But motherhood will always give happiness and new life everyday...... Thank you god.

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Shraddha Mehta

| Apr 30, 2016

I am mother of 2 and half months child. Initially i had lot many problems with breastfeeding... sore nipples due to which feeding my little one was scary for me... also i started feeling my milk was not sufficient for my little one as he used to cry every ten minutes. my little ones paediatrician advised me to give top feed after every breast feed. my gynac gave me medicines and shatavari to increase milk production, but due to sore nipples and milk overproduction i developed clump in my breast for which dr advised surgery. I cried a lot as going through in first month of delivery was not easy, this time my hubby supported me we went for second opinion where i was treated only with antibiotics. It was a very tough time, but i kept trying on drs advise to feed my liitle one. My familys encouragement and positivity i am sucessfully only breastfeeding my little one without any top feed. we both are happy. so i would request all new moms to never think that they have little milk supply .. think positive and enjoy motherhood. keep patience , right things happen at right time.

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Vidisha Ponkshe

| Apr 30, 2016

Motherhood is amazing! ! I have done things and do things, I never imagined I would do. Motherhood, especially Parenting comes with twists n sweet n sour mixtures. My baby was born 1 months before, he always gave me signs - that Mommy something isn't right , please let us go to Doc !! I felt my baby movements lessening , n rushed to hospital and my beautiful, smart little devil was born ! After delivery , d nurse came and placed his cheecks near my cheecks , and we all were surprised and awed , D little devil gave me an heartmelting smile !!!! That smile , n his giggiling and smiling makes me wanna do things more energetically. My kid is my energy buster as well as for my Hubby. He was so anxious intially, but the day Avaneesh was born , he took it so well and took care of him equally. Motherhood~ rather parenthood is shared by us both ! And very happy about it

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Vidisha Ponkshe

| Apr 30, 2016

Motherhood is amazing! ! I have done things and do things, I never imagined I would do. Motherhood, especially Parenting comes with twists n sweet n sour mixtures. My baby was born 1 months before, he always gave me signs - that Mommy something isn't right , please let us go to Doc !! I felt my baby movements lessening , n rushed to hospital and my beautiful, smart little devil was born ! After delivery , d nurse came and placed his cheecks near my cheecks , and we all were surprised and awed , D little devil gave me an heartmelting smile !!!! That smile , n his giggiling and smiling makes me wanna do things more energetically. My kid is my energy buster as well as for my Hubby. He was so anxious intially, but the day Avaneesh was born , he took it so well and took care of him equally. Motherhood~ rather parenthood is shared by us both ! And very happy about it

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Manushi Khatri

| Apr 30, 2016

One morning, while I was sipping my morning tea peacefully and my ‘man in uniform' was doing his daily yoga, he suddenly popped up the topic of second baby. He felt it was the right time. But was I ready? Another child means I would be going through pregnancy all over again, labour pains, delivery and then the real battle will start. Recouping after delivery, taking care of 2 kids, sleep deprived days and nights, wailings, cries, diapers. Thinking all these things, I immediately wanted to say big ‘NO'. But then I remembered my childhood which was great because of my brother. We were like partners in crime. Siblings play, talk with each other and in future when we'll not be there in this world they ‘ll have each other to watch their back. But my career will take backseat again. Is it worth?? After much discussions with my ‘man in uniform' I came to a conclusion. Today when I see my 4 year old boy taking care of his little sister, I feel proud. When I see my 1 year old daughter following her brother everywhere, even in the loo, I feel amused. Although I am fully tired when I retire to bed in the night by juggling between a pre schooler and an infant. But my home is filled with more laughter and stupid siblings fights, and I am loving it totally each passing day! Then I realised, the best gift anybody can give to their only child is to give them a sibling. They'll thank you all their life.

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Aafeen Syed

| Apr 30, 2016

6yrs is a long long time.. finally we got positive and that feeling is soo mesmerising. i cant express myself at that time,mixed emotions.. i cant breastfeed him with some issues so i started for pump for him. it was hectic for sometimes when iam out of the house bt m happy coz i heard that babies bites so hard that mothers cry with pain.. ahh!. my dream come true when he called me momma!iam on cloud 9!!now hes 8mnths old. hes such a happy n active baby!when his dad comes home he gets so excited n roars like lion to take him out. my life is complete now. God bless my love always!Aameen

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Nayana Radhakrishnan

| Apr 29, 2016

I'm a mother of 3 month old baby girl... when I came to knew that I was pregnant, I wasn't sure about the exact feeling I had.. of course I was happy but at the same time confused and tensed.. thinking will I b able to manage things as a parent and will my husband be happy (as I felt he was not ready to become a father).. Those 9 months didn't went well for me mentally. I was feeling very lonely and depressed (my husband works abroad).. luckily he came on leave around 2 weeks before my delivery.. those 2 weeks I really felt the difference... after delivery, earlier days were really struggling as I had a c-section and I cudn't sit, walk or lie down for a long time.. evening feeding my baby comfortably was very difficult.. I felt like I'm going to be a waste piece.. all these feelings reversed when my girl started looking into my eyes and smile specially while feeding.. that moment is the happiest moment in my life.. she keeps on looking into my eyes for a long time while feeding and gives me that innocent smile when I talks with her.. I can feel all the love in my heart.. actually from then only I started feeling like a mother.

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Komal B

| Apr 29, 2016

Inspiration is something that keeps me passionate, joyous, healthy and motivated through out. I am a mommy of a 18 months old baby and what keeps me highly motivated is my baby's cutest SMILE. Every one is fully aware of babies laughs. One of the most lively and adorable thing to be witnessed.   My sons gets hurt, cries a lot but one thing he never forgets is to keep smiling and that is what keeps me ALIVE. At time I lose my patience and scolds him when he does something unacceptable but the very next moment he forgets everything and is full of energy and  passion to play again.   This should be every ones mantra for life.  Whatever the situation is one should never forget to smile. I agree the problems n situations doesn't changes or ends, what changes is our attitude towards it. So why to worry. Just change your approach. Rather than discussing problems one should discuss solutions.    Life is short to break the rules so we should forget quickly, love truly, and Laugh fully.

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Preethi Sairam

| Apr 29, 2016

It was a big day for us when we saw our lil boy.. its like our life is here in our hands ...a tiny toes,tiny hands which makes us too happy and can't believe the day has came and countdown over what for we were waiting.. he's our dream and when he does simple thing like Turning round we will be excited.. each and every stage of him is a memorable one.. when he said mama that second I had a tears in my eyes it shows what else we need than yhis single word in this world.. being a mom is a such a nice one.. where it can't defined it should be felt... :)

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pallavi ahuja

| Apr 29, 2016

It's just 7 months back we were eagerly waiting for my baby to come into our lives but the day he was born he has breathing problem and the hospital where he was born there was no facility for babies... so I was in different hospital n he was in another hospital... he was born on Saturday but first time I saw him n took in my arms was Tuesday.. These days were worst day after his birth I hv heard only his crying once then on Tuesday he came to me.... I love him so much ...then when I need to rejoin job and send him to cruch those days were just terrible ..for 6 months only he & me ....but then he has to stay apart ....but loved his everyday new activity... The way he make face when I say MA to him try to copy my face expression... Thanks for reading.. may god bless all

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Shraddha Jamwal

| Apr 29, 2016

Breastfeeding a baby is like a dream for a mother as this increases the special bond between the mother and the child. I was also excited when my baby came into my arms for the first time. The moment he tried sucking milk he just bite me so badly that I got wound on one side. next time I tried I got a wound on the other side as well. I wasnt able to realize that whether the problem is with me or child is not able to suck it. I started using nipple guards but that also didn't help. later I started using breast pump till my wounds are cured which was very painful. after 10 days when my nipples were cured I again tried but again I got wounds. After every 10 days I used to try breastfeeding him but I failed. To maintain the milk production I used to breast pump throughout day and night after every 2-3 hrs. this went on till my son became 3 months old. after that I never faced issues while breastfeeding. many a times I used to think I might have to give him formula milk but thank God that I was able to succeed in my aim. now my son is 7 months old and have never given him formula milk.

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Aprajita Gupta

| Apr 28, 2016

Hi.. here I am sharing a story two years ago. My daughter yasmin was 4 yrs at that time.. we had shifted into our new house ..Ours was a top floor n above that was a terrace . It was 4 clk I remember someone knocked the door ..my maid came running that there's a courier n he needs you to sign on couple of things. I went to the door ..my maid just slipped outside n went up towards terrace ..as she opened the terrace door .there was a strong wave of wind which made my door close with me n my maid outside n my daughter inside playing . The door was such that it now cannot be opened until I unlocked it from outside or was unlocked from inside. My daughter came running n crying as she wasn't able to open the door from inside ..I could see her as along with my door there was a tempered see through glass ..she kept crying.. n saying mommy .she was turning pale n terrorised .I just called driver to get a key maker from market .but until that I could see her ..all pale I just couldn't wait .I rushed to terrace up.. I climbed out the terrace holding a railing which heads towards my room.. n hung with railing down n made a jump outside my rooms door.. so safely I jumped into my balcony . I unhooked the latch breaking my balconys door bu pulling it with full strength.. n just rushed into lobby hugged my daughter kept crying n making her feel safe .since then she thinks m her superman n i feel same for her ..that with me she is super safe .n I can do come may wat for her .I just love her too much . Thanks for reading

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