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once upon a norza

i am norza and this is my blog
 

To my baby

My birthstory of Aisyah is a very short one...nothing like those stories which will send anyone tearing. Found spots of blood while I was peeing one night and off me and hubby went to the hospital. I was already 2cm dilated. My gynae arrived and checked her heartbeat. The result was worrying because heartbeat seemed to be slower. He broke my waterbag and the water was already brown which means the baby has pooped inside. She must be under stress to come out. :p


One condition that may affect a newborn's health is meconium aspiration, also referred to as meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS). Although it can be serious, most cases of MAS are not.

MAS can happen before, during, or after labor and delivery when a newborn inhales (or aspirates) a mixture of meconium and amniotic fluid (the fluid in which the baby floats inside the amniotic sac). Meconium is the baby's first feces, or poop, which is sticky, thick, and dark green and is typically passed in the womb during early pregnancy and again in the first few days after birth.
from kidshealth


By then I was only 5cm dilated and it would be too dangerous for us to wait so off to the operating theatre for an emergency csect. She was out in the real world on 9th Ramadhan, 12/10/05. I didn't anticipate the pain and it felt like someone had stabbed me many times and left me to die. I didn't die, of course. I survived to take up another challenge. To be a mother.


It wasn't easy. Aisyah was constantly crying as a baby and she grew up to be someone whos a tad too sensitive. I like that she's being sensitive but the fact that she whines over anything and everything is a bit annoying at times. I really REALLY hope she will grow out of it as she gets older. She is very particular (I know...like me) and remembers the tiniest details. She can remember very well where she puts her stuff and gets annoyed when I move them.

She can be honest...too honest sometimes that she can just tell that person that she doesn't like him/her. Very embarassing when she does that. *sigh*


She picks up things really fast and had no trouble at school. Her teacher once remarked she's amazed that she can read simple words at 3. I don't know how I did it. I don't believe in flashcards but I did a lot of reading *of almost anything... cereal boxes, bus ads, scraps of bills, etc* with her.

It wasn’t long that I was pregnant with Sarah. I know that it was a tough transition for her who's always been an only child. It took her quite a while to adjust but she is now the best of friends with her adek. Sarah adores her to bits and I am sure Aisyah will be a good sister to her siblings (IF we decide to have more children).


My heart is filled with love for my girls but today's her day. It seems like yesterday that I sat beside her and staring at her in amazement. I still look at her now while she is sleeping, still in utter amazement. Happy 5th birthday, Aisyah. You will always be my baby. (Maybe you'll feel embarassed when I call you that in public 20yrs later...heh)
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