It was a beautiful summer morning in Mumbai when Shweta and Ravi were headed to the hospital for the birth of their first child. They had chosen the Holy Family Hospital in Bandra, as it had been recommended by their family and friends.
As soon as they arrived at the hospital, they were greeted by the friendly staff who took them to the birthing room. Shweta was anxious, but Ravi held her hand and reassured her that everything would be fine.
After a few hours of labor, Shweta's water broke and she started to feel the contractions. The nurse checked her and said, "You're fully dilated, it's time to push!"
Shweta pushed with all her might, and after a few minutes, they could see the baby's head. Ravi was in awe and couldn't stop praising his wife for her strength.
But then came a funny moment. The doctor exclaimed, "Oh my, this baby has a lot of hair!" Shweta and Ravi exchanged a surprised look and couldn't help but laugh.
As the baby's head emerged, the doctor guided Shweta through the final push. And finally, the baby was born!
The nurse handed the baby to Shweta, who held the little bundle of joy in her arms. Ravi couldn't help but cry tears of joy as he saw his wife and child together for the first time.
The nurse then took the baby to the side to clean and check her, while the doctor attended to Shweta's afterbirth.
After a few minutes, the nurse brought the baby back to Shweta, who was now beaming with happiness. They named their little girl Aarohi, which means "ascending" in Hindi.
The first month was a challenging phase for Shweta and Ravi, as they struggled to adjust to their new roles as parents. They had sleepless nights and were constantly worried about the baby's well-being.
But they were also grateful for the support they received from their families and friends. Shweta's mother stayed with them for the first few weeks, cooking nutritious meals and helping with the baby.
As the days passed, they started to get the hang of things. Aarohi started to develop a routine, and they began to enjoy their new life as a family.
Looking back at their birth story, Shweta and Ravi couldn't help but smile. It was a rollercoaster ride of emotions, but they wouldn't have it any other way.