Your Pregnancy - - Your Voice -

Ev­ery time I hit the gro­cery store to stock up on my crav­ing in­dul­gences, I look for­ward to buy­ing the latest YP. I am in the 35th week of preg­nancy and it is re­ally dawn­ing on me that the fi­nal hour is near. The April/May is­sue pro­vided me with a lot of help­ful in­sight on eight easy ways to a speedy labour and man­ag­ing birth pain. I tore that sec­tion out and sta­pled it to my daily di­ary which I keep with me ev­ery­where. I’m still en­joy­ing be­ing fab­u­lously preg­nant – although each day feels like my body is slowly shut­ting down and my legs are get­ting bulkier by the hour. I re­cently did a ma­ter­nity shoot with my best friend who is two weeks ahead of me. We thor­oughly en­joyed our­selves and can­not wait for the birth of our ba­bies. KITUMETSI chance to. Be­ing preg­nant is an amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence and I am en­joy­ing ev­ery bit of it. I am block­ing out all the neg­a­tive things and con­cen­trat­ing on my preg­nancy, my hus­band and my­self. I know one day we will have the life we dream of and when my lit­tle one ar­rives we will be rich with hap­pi­ness and bless­ings. ANONN bro­ken fam­i­lies and peers. But there are women out there who are rais­ing real men. I do not know what it is that they teach them, but what I do know is that they are phe­nom­e­nal women. I say this be­cause they raise fine gen­tle­men who have re­spect for women and who are ex­tremely hard work­ing, in­tel­li­gent and hum­ble. I salute them for a job well d done, and ask that they c con­tinue moth­er­ing their sons t the way they do. You give A Africa real gems in your sons. DI­NEO


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