I and BP were in native this whole month. I had come here for my delivery to my in-law’s house. I am very much grateful to have such practical and understandable in-laws. They helped me more than their own daughters. They supported me in all phases – check-ups, moral support, taking care of BP and AP. It’s my fortune to get such support as its really tough to handle little ones for the initial few months.
I am grateful to my better half PK who was with me on the right time of delivery and supported me emotionally being with me. What else a wife needs from her man, it’s his time on the required situation. He managed his heavy work and took an ample amount of leaves plus WFH to support me. I am grateful to have him as my life partner.
I and BP enjoyed to the fullest in native eating all favourite foods, playing with kids, recalling all childhood games. I was so involved with these activities which made my delivery easy. It made me take labour pain easy and I could realise pain only when it was to the peak and rushed to the hospital😁😊. Life was cool without official and household works. Much needed break😊.
We had AP’s cradle and naming ceremony on the 11th day after birth. It was good and my both paternal and maternal granny had come to function and blessed her. My parents, all near and dear ones were present to bless her.
My upcoming months will be too busy, juggling with two kids. Ending the post by hoping to somehow manage the time to write at least a gratitude post.
So, how was your April?? Share your at least one gratitude in the comment section or leave your gratitude post link.
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