I remember the day very clearly when it was confirmed that I was pregnant. I had never thought about the gender of the child and was just hoping that I have a normal delivery and a normal child.
|Magali with me, aged 2 months old.|
My husband being in the Merchant Navy joined a ship when I was 3 months pregnant and promised me that he would be home on time for the delivery.
But our daughter had different plans. About 2 weeks before my due date she decided that she wanted to see the world and so on 9th of April around 8.40 pm after a long and painful labour she came into this world.
I say daughters are a blessing because they share everything with you. Your joys, sorrows, pain and sickness.
|Magali last month, aged 22!|
When I am not well she is beside me all the while trying to make me comfortable.When she is out of the house she calls me often just to say "Hi". I have taken care of her all by myself even when my husband has been away on the ship and with no full time help but I always enjoyed our time together.Even on holidays we enjoy just roaming around new places, sight seeing and shopping.
I love you Magali and hope and pray that you are blessed with good health and all the happiness in this world.
This post has been written as part of ABC Wednesday.