I’m writing this post while Mia’s calmly sleeping next to me. There have been only a few days since I had her inside my belly, I felt her at every moment and now while I’m looking at my pregnancy photo session I realize what a special experience I had. Life’s miracle. Every day I write down a journey about my feelings towards her, what I love about her and how I laugh and cry with her. I love everything from her, her nose, skin, hair, I like her mohican hairstyle when she wakes up in the morning (sometimes I leave her with this hairstyle unless she looks like a boy or her grandmother says her hair is a mess, but I just see her as gorgeous). I wish time wouldn’t fly because there are many things that I’m missing. She surprises me everyday and that’s why now I’m living the present moment more than never.
To give birth to Mia has been the most pure and real act of love I’ve ever experienced. To give life. I hope she will live a complete life, full of emotions and intense. Whatever happens, she’ll always have our unwavering love. After two months I can say that my life has changed and things don’t go smoothly, I make the common beginner mistakes, I can’t sleep at night, I’ve learnt to wash, cook and get dressed with only one hand, I can’t set off from home before lunch and many other things that mums already know. But I haven’t changed, my hopes and dreams are the same, although there’s a little new person in my life now who I give my love and time and it’s worthwhile because everyday is more exciting.
5th July 2014 was the first time I listened your heart, you only measured 1cm but your heart beat healthily, alive. I’ll never forget that day, we didn’t know each other but I fell deeply in love with you and it’s a feeling that will never change. To give birth to you has been the most wonderful experience I’ve ever had. I want to see you joyful, I want to support you, understand you, to give you love and peace To give without expecting anything in return. Always.
Everything starts with a love story,