Writing a letter to my unborn child
Share via Email Hello, I am your mother. Your existence in this world has shown me so much already and you haven't even taken your first breath.
Letter to the father of my unborn child
You'll notice, of course, that I won't cringe. Together you two will take camping trips, go to football games, road trip along the California coast. I know, I know Share via Email Hello, I am your mother. Your daddy and I have a hunch you will be a little trouble maker when you grow up. Life can be unpredictable and cruel. Plenty of them. Also, maybe we can use the kicks to our advantage. However, like the phases of the moon, those particular dates cycle around each year. But until then, I'll just pray for you, my tiny little child. Tears were gone as soon as I felt you kick, I was reassured we were going to be okay.
We lost him, and we really miss him. I will always love you. He's so sweet, and I know he will want to snuggle you and give you kisses, just like the rest of us will. When there's something you need to know, I'll tell it to you straight, and if it might do more harm than good, I'll keep it to myself.
But if you do, I promise I will step up and face the challenges for your sake, to give you the best life. I promise to let you make those tough mistakes, to address them when I need to, and to keep on loving you all the same.
This is probably just one of a million times you'll be reminded that your mom's a writer — a sentimental one. You're starting to grow, and in the next few weeks, you'll develop leaps and bounds beyond what you are now. The relief I felt, I will never forget. I'll look into that.
I guess I just want you to know that we were young once and that we are full of character and passion and love for simple things.
I will bring you up to be one of these people.
Letter to unborn baby from friend
A love so big that it fills you up, that it makes you feel safe. So far my only other hint is that during both of your sonograms, you were very active. In all these letters, I find myself imagining the mom I hope to be when you arrive. I hope I still love your father as much when you read this as I do now. That would make mama really happy. You'll notice, of course, that I won't cringe. The relief I felt, I will never forget. However, at the 20 week scan I was told you were growing healthily and had ten fingers and toes, and a strong heart beating for mummy.
Maybe the next letter will be about what I want most for them -- and that's quite simple really.
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