Take a look at this touching yet powerful post penned down by Mitali from House of Misu about her journey through and post her pregnancy.

Pregnancy is one of the most celebrated events in anyone’s life. Mitali from House of Misu decided to share her personal experience and penned down a beautiful post about her journey through pregnancy. Talking about all the insecurities and troubles she left while being pregnant and the fears she had of what was to come makes her post even more special and relatable to many new moms out there. Mitali mentioned how her body looks different and how it scared her. Mitali also appreciated her husband for standing by her and supporting her in every way possible. Her posts has us all heart eyes!

Mitali wrote, “This is one of those full disclosure kind of posts about my pregnancy and my relationship with my body pre and postpartum. So many women spoke of pregnancy like it was the best time of their lives …During my pregnancy I just couldn’t understand why! Why would I miss the constant burping and need to pee, nausea or indigestion and acidity? Why would I miss not being able to fit into most of my clothes? The last couple of months I suffered from pelvic girdle pain, I couldn’t sleep at night and the baby kicked and jabbed me painfully in the ribs and crotch constantly. Achey ribs were also a fun addition to my many pregnancy symptoms. I missed being comfortable – I missed sleep. The stretch marks creeping up my right hip and breast made me nervous and I worried about what my tummy would look like post-baby! I am after all only human.

I went through labour, I met my little prince and all the above was forgotten… that’s what they said would happen! I still find my self rubbing my hand over my squishy belly ( which now looks like I’m 5 months pregnant and has the c section scar which is healing nicely ) and missing feeling my bubs inside me. I may not miss the pregnancy symptoms but I do miss that feeling of his heart beating within. Of course, having him in my arms looking up at me is exquisite and I can’t imagine my life being any other way. My breasts scare me too as they have grown to an unrecognisable size and ache me constantly. But I’m blessed to be able to provide for my baby. I don’t know when I will feel or look like myself again or when I will feel confident in my body postpartum but I am so proud of what it has achieved and Sid still makes me feel beautiful, scar belly, leaky breasts and all !!
Dam I love my boys so muchhhhh”

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This is one of those full disclosure kind of posts about my pregnancy and my relationship with my body pre and post partum. So many women spoke of pregnancy like it was the best time of their lives …During my pregnancy I just couldn’t understand why ! Why would I miss the constant burping and need to pee , the nausea or the indigestion and acidity. Why would I miss not being able to fit into most of my clothes? The last couple of months I suffered from pelvic girdle pain , I couldn’t sleep at night and the baby kicked and jabbed me painfully in the ribs and crotch constantly . Achey ribs were also a fun addition to my many pregnancy symptoms. I missed being comfortable – I missed sleep. The stretch marks creeping up my right hip and breast made me nervous and I worried about what my tummy would look like post baby! I am after all only human. I went through labour , I met my little prince and all the above was forgotten… that’s what they said would happen ! I still find my self rubbing my hand over my squishy belly ( which now looks like I’m 5 months pregnant and has the c section scar which is healing nicely ) and missing feeling my bubs inside me. I may not miss the pregnancy symptoms but I do miss that feeling of his heart beating within. Ofcourse having him in my arms looking up at me is exquisite and I can’t imagine my life being any other way. My breasts scare me too as they have grown to an unrecognisable size and ache me constantly. But I’m blessed to be able to provide for my baby. I don’t know when I will feel or look like myself again or when I will feel confident in my body post partum but I am so proud of what it has achieved and Sid still makes me feel beautiful, scar belly , leaky breasts and all !! Dam I love my boys so muchhhhh❤️❤️❤️ 📸 @tianakamtephotography #pregnancy #postpartum #baby #youhadmiatsid #mylove #babyandmi #misubaby

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