Personal Blogs | Falling of the wheel
In the past few months we had a bundel of new things and exciting things that turned our lifes in to that ever dreading rat race, and at times this rat fell of the wheel…..
Which by the way can be confusing at times but is not always a bad thing as it were times when I was shaking my head from the fall that I got to experience these moments with my daughter, that I might have missed on the spinning wheel.
Every now and then get of the wheel, even if it means you have to jump and break something, but get off, embrace and be thankful for God’s blessings in your life.
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Why was I so desperate to have a natural birth?
Yes, it would have been a most empowering experience for me and yes my next one will be a VBAC, but was it really that important in the bigger scheme of things? At the end of it all we got what we set out to achieve – a human being that we could guide and mould and set free into the world for her to make her own impact. Maybe that trauma she and I both endured in getting her Earthside happened exactly how it was supposed to. That’s birth and even more so parenting – you set off on a course with big plans and that’s great, but there has to be flexibility and acceptance in changing course depending on whatever life (or your kid) throws at you.
After a minute or so we heard your first loud cry. It was glorious and we could finally breathe. Sr Lotter brought you to us and our hearts melted, my boy. You were beautiful. We checked for 10 fingers and 10 toes and we couldn’t stop looking at you. The happiest moment of our lives. You were born at 11:33 weighing 3.49kg and measuring 53cm.