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10 years ago, she never thought she could be a mother as she tied the knot. Such was the understanding and sacrifices she made, having known the man she was going to wed was infertile. It was a consequence of high dosage of full chemotherapy and total body irradiation (TBI) for a Bone Marrow Transplant performed exactly 10 years before the wedding date.

They went to see many gynaecologists and was informed it would be impossible or would take a miracle for her to be a mother...  His count was too low. Unless, they went through some alternative means such as ICSI, IVF etc...

But through God's grace.. Less than two years later, Aaraf Eid Pahamin was born.. through the conventional means of HW aka 'hard work'. Alhamdulillah. A miracle...

Although Aaraf is a very good child with the least of tantrums but being a mother bears a huge responsibility.. From the 9 months of pregnancy to the extreme pain in labor and now juggling between household errands, school, extra curricular activities and living with a husband that practically dictates what and how things should be done in raising a child.

There is no university in Malaysia or worldwide that offers a Bachelor, Master or Doctorate degree in Motherhood. Otherwise, she would have graduated with a First class Honor.

Thank you for being a beautiful and wonderful mother to Aaraf Eid Pahamin.

Only Allah swt can repay the undivided love of a mother.


Always remember, miracle do happen to those that belief!! Allah Huakbar....
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  1. she is a beautiful mummy ;-) ........

  2. I consider myself quite jaded and cynical about love even at this relatively young age. But this post you wrote is one of the most beautiful posts I have ever read about a man's love for his wife. It's a pleasure to have met you and nawal. Cheers mate!

  3. Arvind,

    Thank you for the kind words Arvind. I am sure you too will be a good dad to your children. Its God's gift to anyone.

    Great to see you last night.

    Take care

  4. no fancy schmancy words - it's just honest! i had tears reading it. thank you.


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