I’m so sick of crying…I dont feel like seeing anyone…or talking to any one..or hearing any ones suggestions…every one cares too much about me..i know….but the slightest things make me so angry and upset that I have to isolate myself and cry it all out…..at least my siblings try to calm me down and smile at me….i just want people to smile at me..so i can smile back.
“think happy thoughts” is a pregnancy mantra…its not very easy to do so..one is quite helpless in front of one’s hormonal changes.
I’m so close to the finish line..its that extra amount of effort that every one has to put in when they are reaching the finish line…the boss told me to ‘FOCUS’ and thats all what I must do.
There are so many people out there just waiting to see the two little red lines on their pregnancy tests. One cannot even imagine their distress. I feel thankless every time I’m crying…but I’m just not being able to control it.
but then no one can imagine what I’m going through right now…we all have to remain in our own shoes.
Alhumdulilah..i am going to be a ‘mother’ very soon. InshAllah. I am honored and blessed. The man who my children will call ‘father’ is an even greater blessing.
I miss seeing my husband’s smile.
some one punch me.
We are really close…6 weeks of more wait inshAllah.
As every passing day becomes more challenging emotionally, psychologically and physically, its also taking me closer towards one of the most rewarding days of my life that Allah could bless me with inshAllah.
I have swollen feet that make it painful to move around and a belly size that makes turning in bed an ouch ouch moment. But then feeling you play around inside me keeps me going.
Your USG date says that you are due in 48 days…but the boss doesnt arrive until 50 days..so i hope its best for you if you can stay inside until abu arrives inshAllah.
I miss your father..its been a week since Im back from Oslo. I know you can feel it. Sorry for not being so upbeat.
Stay healthy, grow strong, play around and bug me.
we love you.
So today I put your things that we will need to dress you up at the hospital in your baby bag. I was getting goosebumps as I neatly folded and placed your stuff in the bag. I hope you will like your first sets of clothing…may Allah bless you with the best of everything always. Aameen
At our Visionaire Retreat, one of the things I teach my students is that, at times of anger (even like routine daily annoyances), it would be most awesome if someone trained themselves to make GOOD dua for the other party, on impulse.
Example: You’re mad at your spouse/friend/sibling, make it your habit to say, in your anger: “May Allah make you the GREATEST spouse/friend/sibling someone has EVER had!” :) something like that. Make it your habit.
Shaykh Al-Kalbaani, former Imam of the Ka’bah, at a conference in London was telling us this story:
When he was young, he was a very naughty boy. He would make his mother angry. But his mother, Allah bless her, was a very righteous woman and she knew the power of Dua.
She made it her habit that, in her anger at him, she would say this Dua: “O Allah guide YOU! And make you the IMAM of the Ka’bah!”
Imam Al-Kalbani tells us, “so Allah answered her dua and I went on to become the Imam of the Ka’bah!” Allahu akbar! :)
- Muhammad Alshareef
It was narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever prays twelve rakahs during the night and day, a house will be built for him in Paradise: four before Zuhr and two after, two rak’ahs after Maghrib, two rakahs after isha and two rakahs before Fajr prayer.” (al-Tirmidhi, no. 380; classed as authentic in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 6362)