Wishful thinking! #AtoZChallenge

Last Chapter

Natasha has never been a day dreamer, but now all she could do was dream about her life after the kid arrives. It seemed like her life had always revolved around the kid, life before pregnancy had seized to exist. She could only think about a happy future.

Will she have a boy or girl? Will the baby look like her or Ananth? What color eyes would the child have? Curly hair or straight? Dimples or not? What will the baby’s laugh sound like? And another zillion questions like these raced through her mind everyday.

She wanted everything to be perfect for her child from the clothes to the crib. Her sister called it nesting.

‘Natasha, you are nesting. You are filling up your house with things that you don’t even need. Why do you need to have same dress in two different colors for the child?’, asked her sister.

‘What if one color doesn’t look good. My child should have another option. Two colors are my backup plan’, replied Natasha innocently.

‘I give up!’ yelled her sister as she gave up.

Natasha wanted to knit sweaters and crochet hats for her child but her stitching skills were unaccounted for. She wanted to give her child one special gift where she had put in efforts. After days of contemplating she finally found a gift.

Ananth called her crazy when she told him that she wanted to build a crib. Design and build a crib, paint it and decorate it. And after many high-pitched exchanges it was settled that they would get the crib made and Natasha could paint it and decorate it.

Before that she had to take permission from her doctor to touch the paints and they had to search for paints which wont be harmful for her & the child. The next two weeks were the happy times where Natasha would plugin her headphones and keep painting her child’s crib.

It might have been her wishful thinking but that’s what a mother does cause, they want the best for their kids.

——–To be contd.——–

I am participating in #AtoZChallenge and this is twenty-second part of the series that I will be writing this month. You can read my theme reveal here. Tune in tomorrow to read what future holds for them.

Do share your thoughts about this post. Did you like what you read & would like to read further? Looking forward to your thoughts. Happy A2Zing!

Post Author: Dishki

13 thoughts on “Wishful thinking! #AtoZChallenge

    Mahak

    (27th April 2018 - 10:35)

    Motherhood changes us. I am not a very DIY person myself, but when I was pregnant I made a crib mobile from scratch for my baby. I also made an embroidered wall hanging for my niece!

      Dishki

      (27th April 2018 - 22:57)

      Wow, that’s lovely. Crib mobile and wall hanging both sound awesome ideas.

    An@m!

    (27th April 2018 - 16:03)

    Perfectly put. Every expecting lady will relate to this.

      Dishki

      (27th April 2018 - 22:57)

      Thank you, glad you liked it!

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    Alice Gerard

    (28th April 2018 - 13:08)

    Being a busy bee must have helped Natasha feel calm, instead of anxious, about her first baby.

      Dishki

      (28th April 2018 - 20:59)

      Yes, it does help when you stay active.

    The Kardashian Clan

    (28th April 2018 - 13:34)

    It must be really exciting things for the baby by ourselves.. Loved reading this.

      Dishki

      (28th April 2018 - 20:58)

      Thanks for dropping by. It does feel good . 🙂

    CRD

    (29th April 2018 - 16:20)

    What a beautiful crib that is Dishki. What a wonderful mom you are! 🙂 🙂

    And oh, lovely story 🙂

      Dishki

      (30th April 2018 - 23:18)

      Thanks a lot Chris! Indeed, it is close to my heart. 🙂

    Anagha Yatin

    (30th April 2018 - 15:48)

    Thats a cosy gift from a Mom to be to the baby to be!

      Dishki

      (30th April 2018 - 23:11)

      Thanks Anagha 🙂

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