new born

India
February 27, 2009 3:26am CST
What amount of joy a new born brings in a family? Even parents who have opposed their son or daughter's marriage unite after an entry of a newborn. please opine
3 responses
@Yori88 (1468)
• Philippines
28 Feb 09
I am a new mom and I just gave birth five months ago. My baby united the gap between my parents and my husband because they were not prepared accepting the fact that I did married a man almost two decades older than me. But we are very happy ever since we entered in our relationship. When I got pregnant my parents were very mad then I got married they became more mad. They never know how much happy I was with the man I married. My husband's parents loved me so much more than my own parents loved me. When I gave birth and came out from the recovery room, I saw my mother waiting together with my aunt, and my in-laws. The last time I saw her was five months before I gave birth because I even supported my siblings and bought them school supplies and gave the supplies to my mom. I really cried a lot but to my surprise my mother is no longer mad at me. After a month, my father was with my mom and they visited me, my husband and most of all the baby. I don't know if that is the case in others who had the same experience as me. But before that incident happened my husband told me that after I gave birth that will be the time that everything will be fine. All hatred will turn into love and that love was received by my son. When he was just three days old a lot of relatives of mine and my husband's side visited him and brought stuffs for him like clothes, baby bath tub, towel, shampoos and other things that a baby needs. I then agreed to my husband that babies not only fix arguments and fights between people but he also united us and brought an overwhelming joy in our life and to others. Now everything is okay and all I wish in life is to get back to work again to help my husband in the increasing expenses. Wish a babysitter will apply soon!
@Yori88 (1468)
• Philippines
28 Feb 09
I am a new mom and I just gave birth five months ago. My baby united the gap between my parents and my husband because they were not prepared accepting the fact that I did married a man almost two decades older than me. But we are very happy ever since we entered in our relationship. When I got pregnant my parents were very mad then I got married they became more mad. They never know how much happy I was with the man I married. My husband's parents loved me so much more than my own parents loved me. When I gave birth and came out from the recovery room, I saw my mother waiting together with my aunt, and my in-laws. The last time I saw her was five months before I gave birth because I even supported my siblings and bought them school supplies and gave the supplies to my mom. I really cried a lot but to my surprise my mother is no longer mad at me. After a month, my father was with my mom and they visited me, my husband and most of all the baby. I don't know if that is the case in others who had the same experience as me. But before that incident happened my husband told me that after I gave birth that will be the time that everything will be fine. All hatred will turn into love and that love was received by my son. When he was just three days old a lot of relatives of mine and my husband's side visited him and brought stuffs for him like clothes, baby bath tub, towel, shampoos and other things that a baby needs. I then agreed to my husband that babies not only fix arguments and fights between people but he also united us and brought an overwhelming joy in our life and to others. Now everything is okay and all I wish in life is to get back to work again to help my husband in the increasing expenses. Wish a babysitter will apply soon!
@patzel88 (3311)
• Philippines
27 Feb 09
yes you are right, the marriage will be more strengthen because they have their responsibility and can to be coward of it is just a start of the family to be united as the new member of the family is very welcome.