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Sunday, August 23, 2020

Sunday In House Gists - Motherhood Journey....

This should be interesting...........

To get a baby birthed and thereafter are stages that make or breaks a woman.......




I personally find the others OK but the one of childbirth is beyond me..THAT PAIN you cannot compare to anything else and is the most difficult stage of the Journey.

The way God packaged the whole child birth thing eh,is amazing!

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    1. Contraction is the most painful for me, that thing is life threatening but we thank God for his faithfulness




      *Larry was here*

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    2. Each pregnancy comes with its own wahala. Mine is vomiting, constant saliva. Can't stand fruits and vegetables. For the entire pregnancy i only eat plain foods,little or no oil. But delivery is always fast and painless. Once i get to the hospital, give me 15mins am out of labour room. Don't no what is labour pain,and I have 4 children. I bless God. Breastfeeding was cool for me. I extract and bottle feed. Sleep i sleep well,hubby and i take turns in waking and doing the night feeding. Mothers please extract your milk and feed,so you can test if you have someone with you.

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    3. WEANING!!!!! Almost killed me, all the above stages Were like moimoi compared to the physical pain and emotional torture I went thru when i was weaning, oh my poor baby was also traumatized, but NOBODY ever talks about or prepares you for how difficult weaning is, I couldn’t believe it when i was going through it. That was most definitely the most difficult in my motherhood journey. I did it the cold turkey style.

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  2. The labour birth itself. The rest is fair enough.

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  3. The most difficult will always be the pregnancy/birthing stage.Because no one can help you with these stages, you have to bear the pains and discomfort all by yourself.
    There's no easy stage with motherhood though,may God bless and help all mothers.

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  4. I am 39weeks gone, expecting my little one soon but I am always thinking of d labour pains everyday.Pls bvs put me in ur prayer s.

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    1. You'll have a safe delivery dear.πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. It's well with you. You and baby will be fine in Jesus' name. Amen.

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    3. Wishing you a safe and pain free delivery.

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    4. Wishing you a complication free delivery.
      Layo la maa gbo.

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    5. Pls,pray again fear. Fear alone, has its own torment.. You will be fine, also the baby and the entire family in Jesus name.

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    6. You and your baby are safe in jesus name

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    7. I pray your delivery is smooth and easy with no complications, amen. You and baby will be fine by God's grace, amen.

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    8. Let go of the fear, positively proclaim how you want the childbirth process to be (there is power in the tongue). You will deliver safely ma'am. Congrats in advance.

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  5. Lemme read comments. I can't wait to get preggy, but I think I'll go for that CS o

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  6. God bless every good mother.

    All the things listed πŸ‘† there are work. Most mothers don't have enough sleep, they stay up all night to put things inorder and prepare for the next day especially if they are not stay at home moms.

    While we take care of our children, let's not forget to raise them in the ways of God and teach them good morals, it's important because it will bring joy and peace to the parents.



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    1. You said nothing but the truthπŸ‘

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    2. πŸ‘ŒπŸ½Nothing but the truth!

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    3. The birth and then the sleeplessness, all expectant mothers will deliver like the Hebrew women πŸ¦‹

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  7. Maybe All if you ask me. I have seen a lot of women complain at all stages. While some don't complain at all. Different stage bring some different pain.
    Some stage its emotional pain
    Some it's physical pain
    Some is mental she might feel
    At some stage she feels all-round pain.
    Don't Ask me how I know🀫

    God bless all women.

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    1. You are right gates.
      To me, is like I'm in the Emotional and mental stage right now.
      I need all the strength in the world😣

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  8. The four stages of pregnancy showed me pepper, from the nausea to the excessive spitting,the hideous noseπŸ‘ƒ the darker skin tone and eczema that refused to clear despite the different recommended soaps by doctors.
    The first one was CS, but the pain was nothing compared to the second pregnancy.
    I cried and wailed, confessed all my sins and begged for Mercy. For where?

    The nurses were used to it, so they kuku ignored me , I was hitting the walls of the hospital non stop and I am sure outsiders could hear my screams.
    I was vomiting and stooling at the same time
    The first baby came and I had momentary relief but the nurses quickly stimulated my tummy and another labour started , the second one chose another style and came with legs tearing the whole place.

    I spent 4 hours after delivery being stitched.
    I couldn't sit properly for days and after a week, the wounds were not healing and they couldn't even stitch it back again because it was not a fresh wound.

    The sleepless nights started and I had sore nipples always from feeding two babies constantly.

    I had no assistance except for hubby and I was constantly worn out and stressed.
    The strength I never knew I had materialized and I still wonder how I made it through those days.

    We bless God for His mercies and grace always.

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    1. Twin Squared thank God for your life & your children will bring all round breakthrough to your household Amen.

      I can imagine what you went thru while reading your narrative.

      The most Complex B

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    2. You're a strong woman. Well done! God bless and keep them. Amen.

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    3. Twin squared, you're a strong woman. God will keep them for you in Jesus name

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    4. Chaii
      May your labor not be in vain.
      You are a strong woman.

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    5. Thank you The Most Complex B, Cynthia, BemoreBliss and Beautiful Soul.. πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ˜˜

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    6. Whaaaaaaat? Woman thou art very very strong

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    7. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632823 August 2020 at 17:57

      Wow 😱 @Twin Squared...why didn’t you ask for epidural to help ease the pain?

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    8. Twins squad sorry oh. I can relate cos i have twins. Mine were birthed in their 7th month. 2 weeks of incubator. But my delivery was painless. 1st baby came out,and was induced for the 2nd one. Did not feel pain,just told my doctor wanted to poo. No tear. The 2wks i stayed in the hospital helped me. Cos by the time i was ready to eave,both mothers were on standby. Did exclusive for 2months then switched to formula.

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  9. It depends on individual Infact pregnancy...You can have a smooth pregnancy journey and end up a difficult childbirth and vice versa
    For me, my pregnancy journey was really smooth, no vomiting Infact I was glowing then came childbirth, I was induced and labor lasted for 2 and half hours but it was so painful!!!I would rather go through a less painful labour that ll last for 6 to 8hrs than that... The pain was horrible and I am still traumatized!!!
    I enjoyed breastfeeding, I did not feel any pain
    I sleep during the day whenever baby gives me sleepless nights...

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  10. I feel like each stage comes with its own moment,from going through the entire 9months with different symptoms,to labour pain and those that even opt for cs,the healing process pain to breastfeeding,oh lord,the sore nipples and theyll say let the child keep suckling on it that way😩😩 and finally ,the sleepless night,when theres no adequate sleep,unncessary migrane,i remember i used to cry sef,hot tears o.Mothers ehn,una welldone o
    Happy sunday my people.
    Stellalicious stella,happy birthday to you in arrears,the lord bless your heart and keep you in good health,happiness,peace of mind and wealth❤

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  11. To me it was the breastfeeding, pregnancy and child birth was quite easy for me especially labour and childbirth but I saw hell breastfeeding, aside sour nipples my breast was always full, baby will suck and be very full yet breast will still be full and strong unless I express a great amount I won't feel better and I will feel relieved for like 30minutes and am back to square one this continued even after one year .All the doctors I complained to was saying I should be happy that my baby had more than enough but they don't know the hell I was going through, I had to stop breastfeeding after one year as it was seriously affecting my health....imagine having very full breast that u have to change bra that is well padded almost every 2hours,i can't even remove my bra except in the toilet cos once I do the breast milk will start coming out as if they open tap not dropping

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    1. Seems like you had hyper lactation. People with that condition abroad donate their breastmilk to hospitals.

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    2. Breastmilk that can smell if it stains your bra and you don't change soon enough.

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  12. The birthing stage was scary for me but the whole process is awesome. God did it in a way that one can easily forget the whole stress when the baby is grown. He's great abeg!

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    1. I hated the 1st trimester, I wish I could skip that first trim in subsequent pregnancy, the remaining months were not too bad coupled with the fact that I GLOWED throughout. I worked till the day I gave birth.
      Delivery was a breeze after receiving my epidural, basically lounged on the hospital bed till I gave birth.
      Breastfeeding for the first 5 weeks was painful, o po po po.
      The sleepless nights? I'm still battling with it.
      May God help us.

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  13. Hmmmmmmm...A difficult one to answer..No stage is easy sha but I think the labour is d most difficult because of the pain..I had preclampsia or what is it called.. My Blood pressure was extremely high that the nurse screamed and ran off to call the doctor. My people at the end of the day, I was augmented for the baby to come as soon as possible even though I was already in active labour..The augmentation was hell, I was literally speaking in tongues, when my baby came I had no strength to even look at him..ThankGod it ended in praise..
    Motherhood no be beans..

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  14. Childbirth was wayyyy easier for than pregnancy. I saw shege. I was Induced poo but the pain was bearable compared with my pregnancy journey. is been 4 years praying for baby 2

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  15. The birth o. The pain is incomparable.
    Many women never recover from the trauma reason they didn't go the second journey. Some are no longer mentally fit.

    By the 3rd one,I personally chose CS abeg before my heart go follow come out.
    LO and BEHOLD were supposed to be same CS but they rolled out earlier while I was dancing in church,haha.
    Mummy-in law be like 'kedu maka ndi mkpeleputa na abo?'(how are those 2 that rolled out?)haha. Easiest birth though.

    If you have caring people around,the other stages you can handle.

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    1. Xp so u are mama ejima?woo I saw shege when I gave birth to my twins.They are not easy when they are small.But I thank God for them now @10

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    2. Lo and Behold rolled out?
      I thought you said it was your doctor sis in the US that assisted you in their delivery *scratches head*

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    3. Anony 15:26
      Yes ke,they will be 4 come September.
      BTW I had a twin bro too.
      Kiss your twinnies for me.

      Anony 18:15
      My friend my friend,haha. Yes,my Doki Sis and 2 other Professionals,was taken from church to hospital,battle for life and 2 tiny pinkies rolled out,weeks before EDD. Capisce?
      You don't have to hide to type,if I cue in ';' with your statement in some platform,I will SEE you.
      Na wa for blog friendship.Biko 'unscratch your head' because she birthed all our kids.RME.

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    4. I remember when you birthed the twins, it seems like just yesterday and they are almost 4 already...wow

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    5. Lol XP, I'm not who you think I am o, before you start suspecting your friends.
      I've always been anon and have always admired you.
      Na why I dey read your comments bumper to bumper.

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  16. Hmmmmmm!
    To me their is no easy stage ooo even after breast feeding.
    But to the question above,birthing stage is the difficult.
    Motherhood is not easy abeg,yesterday I was really down,but I give God all the thanks for His Grace and strength upon me everyday.

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  17. Pregnancy was a breeeze for me i forgot i was pregnant sometimes..
    Went about my regular routine..
    I loved the extra attention, kindness and empathy from strangers..
    Childbirth was also very easy lol walked in and walked out 7hours later labour pain was like an intense menstrual cramps very bearable infact the nurse where shocked i wasn't being hysterical and screaming or anything..
    New baby phase..first breast feeding was painful i never hexperredit!πŸ˜‚ hmm i resumed work 3weeks later i would have no sleep and go to work next day i wonder how i did it God endows mothers with an extra dose of resilience for the task..

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  18. The birthing is scary and painful yes but once the baby is out, all that is in the past, the pain goes away. But everything else after that especially the sleeping stage can have a long term effect on both baby and mother. The way I see it, the birthing stage while not the easiest, is the most joyous

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  19. The contraction stage is not funny. My 2nd will be 3 by October but I'm still traumatized. May start trying again by next year.

    As for sleep, hmmm. Presently suffering from insomnia and migraine.

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    1. I suffer insomnia too since after my last baby two years ago.some days I toss on the bed till 3am.may God help us all mothers.

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    2. Lol. My twinnies will be three by October but they already have a younger sister who is 6 months old. And I had no help, still don't. The Lord is my strength, same with you. πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ’Ÿ it is well

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    3. My first pregnancy, I suffered terrible cough for 2 good months. Heart wrenching, chest tightening kinda cough that got husband man scared. He had to send me to my mum, so I stayed with her for 3 extra months.
      After suffering that cough from hell, morning sickness started at the 3rd month. If I take water, I vomit, not to talk of food. Every other thing was fine. Was glowing and still doing baby girl things and I didn't add much weight. People really admired my stature then. The birthing was easy though I had episiotomy. Terrible pain that I don't wish to experience again.

      Due to the easy birthing, I decided to go for the 2nd missionary journey thinking it will be smooth as well but I was mistaking. I was on admission every month, same as my daughter. As they are discharging her, they are admitting me. I was very sick, lean, ugly and always weak. Couldn't stand for 2 seconds without feeling weak and dizzy. I had to take maternity leave at the 7th month, thanks to my boss.

      On the day of delivery, I was stuck on 5cm for over 2 hrs and the pain was terrible. The nurses and doctor on duty were confused and just when they were thinking of calling my gynae, I screamed that I wanted to poo and they checked and saw I was already on 10cm. Just 2 pushes and my oyibo lepa baby popped out. Everyone was surprised though because labour wasn't progressing. They nicknamed me strong woman in that hospital.

      I have to be emotionally and mentally prepared before I think of carrying another pregnancy.

      Oh, and my kids didn't pop out on their EDD, I had to be induced. First born came out sleeping with arms folded, second born came out sucking mouth and crying. They share same date but different month and year.

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    4. Nique eh,you are one strong lady,outside family pressure if any at all,just hang boots biko.

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  20. Mama tripletπŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ’ƒπŸ»23 August 2020 at 14:53

    Horrible!! Horrible!!!
    If God deliver me 4rm this.hmmmmm I will always live 2 thank God.
    In hospital bed fighting 4 my life.
    Pls pray 4 me.

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    1. God will see you through.

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    2. God will see you through.
      You will not die but Live to declare the works of the Lord in the land of the living .

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    3. It is settled. Just give God thanks

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    4. God will be with you throughout this journey. Both baby and mum will be live and healthy.

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    5. God would come through for you,you will live and testify in Jesus mighty name.

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    6. GOD will see you through in Jesus Name, AmenπŸ™

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  21. The pregnancy itself was horrendous. Others not so bad

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  22. I am few months gone and expecting twins. The journey so far has just been God. I can't wait to birth them though I get scared of labor and birthing especially with the different women dying at child birth around this days but reading supernatural child birth is really boosting my faith.

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    1. Don't give in to fear, you and your babies will come out alive, hale and hearty.
      God's angels are on guard watching over you all.
      ✌️☮️

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    2. Don't be afraid. Just believe God.

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  23. I'll start by saying childbirth was the shortest part of the whole thing for me, mostly because I pushed mightily twice when I shouldn't and jaggedly tore myself from one hole to the other. It was stitched.
    Pregnancy was a breeze, I threw up twice only, ate junk food like a loon but gained no extra pound. The 1st month post birth, I slept a lot. My daughter latched expertly and my milk was readily forthcoming to meet her needs.
    What was hard was the total lack of support and almost disinterest her father showed throughout the process. Even after she was born and he saw how PERFECT SHE IS, he still would not show her love.
    When she was less than a month, he held her and she cried. This monster used his hand to force her jaw together, I screamed. I was already planning to divorce him and that act sped things up.
    My daughter is a ray of light, she is the best gift God has blessed me with and God helping me, its only tears of joy I have and will shed because of her, in Jesus name,amen.
    We are starting life together, me as a single mum and my precious girl, as the most beloved daughter who has my heart forever.

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    1. Awww πŸ’–πŸ’•, God bless your princess, Her presence in your life will bring great favour and blessings.
      Amen to your prayers.

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    2. Wow!, God is your strength, he will see you through, amen

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    3. You will be alright sisπŸ€—,

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    4. Jesu!! Man witch!!! Thank God for your life.

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    5. Thank you all for endorsing the prayers. May God Almighty grant us all we need to fulfil His purpose for us, in Jesus name, amen.

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  24. My worry right now is my 1010mnths old baby have refused to eat anything except breastmilk. I've introduced so many things to her but she's refusing them all. Only breastmilk. I'm tired and it's giving me a lot of concern.

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    1. That's one disadvantage of exclusive breastfeeding, when it's time for introducing other foods, they usually hate it cos they've become attached to breast milk.
      It's best to introduce other foods to the baby from 4 months if not it's till you wean them , even after that na with force and threats.

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    2. @Twins squared but it wasn't so for me. I did exclusive and when it was time to introduce complimentary food it was as easy as ABC and know so many people who also had it easy for them

      So the generalization isn't true

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    3. Babe just Google up...they say your exclusive breastfed naby is not regetting food until you ve tried 40times or so.....so I relaxed myself, I know she hates anything milk so I removed that. I proceeded yo rice and fish, she ate little...i was so so happy. Tried ambala and ewedu, she ate some too, tried banana, she ate little. I am still trying and I noticed she doesn't like repeating food, so I am giving her a distance of maybe 2days before repeating food, I bought beger biscuits for her. Bought baby food and mixed with breast milk....ots a longggg process but you will get there.
      Then let her put her hands in the food too, it will be messy but you will enjoy it.
      Another thing she takes is oatmeal though little too.

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  25. Child birth was hell for me,i was in labor for almost 24hours.
    And as for the pregnancy stage,hmmmmm first trimester was terrible for me,i dont eat anything aside 7up and crackers biscuits

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  26. All the stages are not easy but for me I'd say the birthing stage cos I don't fall labour and I don't feel pains.

    For my first,I was expecting what I've been watching in films,I felt nothing till 41wks when I was i was induced.

    Same with my 2nd, induced at 40wks and within few hours I had him but I had a very bad laceration that left me bleeding badly,I was stitched without no anaesthesia,omo I saw hell, me that my threshold for pain is high. I felt every prick and pull chai,this traumatized me It so hard to forget.

    My own difficult stage was the sleepless nights,prior to having children,I sleep deeply and I enjoy my sleep so much but, childbearing changed everything that up till now,if I hear any little sound I'm up.
    May God bless all mother's, it's not easy at all.

    Stella, belated birthday blessings to you.

    Tade God bless your union and may your love continue to grow.

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  27. Birth ni o
    Chaiii
    Forgotten the pain already but it's damn painful

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  28. please who can send me the e-copy of supernatural birth.my mail is on my profile.Thank you.

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  29. All stages are difficult biko

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  30. Why do I have terrible headaches when I’m on my period? Bv’s help me out , I’m a mother of two

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  31. Pregnancy has turned my skin into something else. I now have rashes all over my back and booby,and I just started the journey but i don't feel sick at all. Tho, I lost my first pregnancy my skin was perfect but the pregnancy symptoms dealt with me. Its well!

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  32. The most difficult stage is NOW! Jesus.
    This girl is driving me nuts, I scream all the time. Everything up there is child's play compared to now. I don't know where to start. But I still love her scatter, won't trade her for anything.

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    1. Castle leave Baby Windsor alone biko,you don't know that ozuzu ka omumu?Kids are like flowers if you fail to water them,they turn oout bad.
      Wait till you have more then you go know.

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  33. I have been married for nine years and not a single and still trying to conceive. I also want to share my story like this other women by God's grace.

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    1. You will,sooner than you expect in Jesus name. Amen

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    2. God in His infinite mercies will give you your bundles of Joy. πŸ₯°πŸ˜˜πŸ‘ΌπŸ‘ΆπŸ€±. Don't give up.

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    3. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632823 August 2020 at 20:41

      From your mouth to God’s ears. God will bless you soonest with your own lovely children in Jesus Name, Amen.

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    4. I pray from the bottom of my heart that God will grant your heart desire for a child/ren before the year runs out.

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    5. You will give testify by God's grace. #spotremover#

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  34. Pregnancy was cool for me, very active and hardly fell sick although. Birthing, I chose CS, I like to control my pain.
    Breastfeeding was hard cos I wasnt lactating and I also had inverted nipples. Almost became depressed cos people judged me for not breast feeding. I tried all suggestions from pap, peppersoup, using syringe to pull my nipples, non worked. I got tired of trying to explain and started telling all the ITKs to mind their business. Baby is doing very well on formula.
    The sleepless night is the worst... I barely sleep these days...

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  35. For me is sleep, each time my boys sucks,it sends signal to my brain and i can't sleep till my baby is done.My three pregnancies where all smooth, no vomiting or throwing up plus I eat everything.I always come to the hospital when am 6 to 7cm with very fast labor but i usually miss my sleep each time I have a baby cos I keep breasting till they turn 1yr and six months. Both the joy of having a baby is priceless,may God bless all the mothers and mothers to be,e no easy.

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  36. All motherhood stages comes with their challenges and it also varies for some people.Pregnancy has always been a smooth ride for me no spitting,vomiting or morning sickness but this my last baby from the first trimester till I put to bed I went through a lot,I just stopped breastfeeding her last week I am now enjoying my night sleep. God bless all mothers and may he open the wombs of those that are TTCπŸ™πŸ™.

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  37. Why don't they give epidural here in nigeria?

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    1. Because dem they give invisible award for bearing the most pain

      People will judge that you are not a strong womanπŸ™„

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