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My miracle pregnancy

Did I ever tell you, I started this blog about a year back to talk about my pregnancy and how I emerged from battling infertility to finally being pregnant and having a child in my arms? I don’t think I have ever had the guts though to revisit that difficult time in my place. Therefore I have never written about it on my blog. This, in fact, is my 90th and something blog post here and I think I am finally ready to talk about it – my miracle pregnancy. And I am glad for this blog train that I am participating in along with 24 other bloggers and celebrating  #9daysofwomanhood through the Navratri season. I thank Harneet Khurana for setting the stage for me. I loved her blog Sublime Messages on the prompt for today which is all about our pregnancy. And don’t forget to visit PrettyMumma Says to see  Surbhi Mahobia’s perspective on her pregnancy.

 

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30 Comments

  1. Wow mommy ! So inspiring. So happy for you that things worked out. I am still amazed at the beautiful miracles you experienced. God bless.

  2. Pregnancy is always a miracle. I am glad you had that in this way. So cool.

  3. Wow! That’s quite a journey! We have had our share of disappointments too. You are a strong woman and I am so glad you didn’t succumb to all of it. And finally good things happen when you least expect them to.. it was likewise for us 🙂

  4. Goosebumps! Babies just make us believe in miracles no matter what! I remember aadyas first heartbeat! The world just stalled .. And believe me, life has just forgot what halting is! A roller coaster ride it is now 🙃

    This happened with my friend as well .. She decided she wanted a break from iui and she conceived:)

  5. Wow!! Kudod to you mommy.. So happy to hear that miracles do happen and our babies are example of miracle ❤️❤️

  6. Truly a miracle I can totally relate to you I have PCOD and go through the trauma of surgeries and medications…

  7. I can relate to ur experience as i too have a miracle rainbow with me.. this journey of ups and downs in pregnancy always makes us realise how a little person in our life can change our world. So happy u had a happy ending to your hard pregnancy journey.

  8. This was a wonderful post to read. I cringed with your pain & had the biggest smile along with goosebumps on reading about the heartbeats 😇. God bless you Nayantara 💓

  9. Wow that’s quite a journey! I agree every pregnancy is a miracle! And, I’m so happy that you had a miracle too:)

  10. I have friends with PCOD and I know the battles they’re going through. So glad your story has a happy ending, and thanks for sharing! It’s sure to lend hope to others experiencing similar paths to pregnancy.

  11. Wow!! I had goosebumps reading your story Nayantara. Thank you for sharing this part of your life. You are a brave woman and doing great!

  12. That’s such a touching and an inspiring story, Tara! That’s what I tell my patients too. First great stress, everything else will fall in place on its own!

  13. I have PCOD too and my pregnancy was also a ‘precious pregnancy’. I can so relate with each word of this post. Good things do happen in life and sometimes they happen in the most unexpected way/

  14. You’ve had quite a journey. I had a difficult pregnancy too and can completely understand the fear it brings. Every day is so unpredictable.

    Blessings for you and your baby.

  15. Your story is so inspiring for those fighting infertility for so many years. I personally know people who are waiting for that miracle to happen in their lives. Hope they too are meted out with similar luck and blessings like you.

  16. Love how you stayed positive throughout. 🙂

  17. Wow loved reading this miracle story of yours, I also had pcod but somehow everything worked out well without any problems. But you have gone through so much pain, hats off to your will and positivity.

  18. I remember you had briefly shared this story on ATV. I don’t know how you managed through all those treatments and I can’t even imagine how surprised and elated you must have felt on seeing that tiny dot.

  19. Congratulations on your miracle! Such an hopeful story!:)

  20. It was quite a journey but now you have your bundle of joy in your hands. Enjoy every moment. Lots of love.

  21. Hi…PCOD/PCOS is so very common these days…I am glad you shared your story. It will only help spread awareness and help the countless women battling with it to not lose hope when it comes to conceiving..I have been a PCOD victim too but thankfully managed to overcome it 🙂

  22. OMG Tara, I had no idea you went through all this. I didn’t know at all that you guys had fertility issues and you had PCOD. To be honest, I did not even so much info about pcod at all. I’ve heard the term and knew the basic but everything I read on your post today… I never realised it can cause so many problems. I commend you guys for breaking under the pressure and not letting it take over your lives. But knowing you, you my friend are tough! 🙂 And Baby T is a miracle baby in more ways than one! One a lighter note, too much partying always results in a baby! 😉

  23. I am so glad that it worked out for you and truly am so happy for you. It must have been a difficult time and am glad that you have shared about it. Believe me the reason I love blogging is because you never know when you may be touching another person’s life in a big way ..And I am sure this article and your story will be really helpful to others in the same situation

    Neha (Sharing our experiences)

  24. I agree.. every pregnancy is a miracle pregnancy. But kudos to you for going through such a difficult time of your life.

  25. I have had pcos for the longest time. We were trying for few months and it was depressing. But then my doctor miraculously treated it with a months medication and I was expecting shortly. I’m glad after a hiatus you did get your miracle baby

  26. Miracles happen when we stop looking for logical answers to everything – so glad it ended well for you. I myself have PCOD and weight issues and it’s difficult, so I understand your pain to some extent.

  27. I can completely understand your shock.over the disappearance of the cyst just like that coz it does happen as it happened to me too. I am glad that through your posts you are spreading hope to many parents. Happy motherhood to you 🙂

  28. Thats what na TARA .. You are so awesome and composed person. Love the attitude you had all through.. HUGS

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