Friday, May 05, 2006

ِA brother, a sister or none…???

Hi everyone, long time no see ;-). I really don't have any news to write here, it is boring isn't it?. Speaking about politics has become useless to me, it will not change the facts of what will happen in the future and I don't think that what I see and feel will make any difference to anyone or to what will happen to my own country. So I will try to avoid writing about the Iraqi situation, I had enough and you too. Also from what I wrote and from your comments I understood that if you are not living there you do not know how life looks like and unfortunately many of you are so influenced by the American policy which in the outside looks like ideal goals that cannot be implemented in real life.

Anyway, I have good news!!! I and my Husband are expecting a new baby after a few months (five months from now). I'm having some complications that I wish will end and safely continue my pregnancy. The last month was the worst to me and my husband, I had a high risk of losing the baby and I had to lay in bed for 3 weeks. You can imagine how the house became, A MESS. And Ahmed had to do all the work by himself from cleaning to cooking and taking care of Farah and everything, and he never did that before so it was so hard to him.
Things are better now, we brought a maid to help me in the morning and I started cooking. This is the only thing I'm allowed to do now. I can't go out or sit or walk for more than 15 minutes continuously. So I'm still under alarm and that's killing me. I have what they call a Placenta Prevai , but my doctor said I will be OK but need to be more careful.

Before that I found a part time job as a Secretary in a Nursery School, I accepted the work because it was part time and I could take Farah with me when she finished her
school, But after one month of work I had to quit because of my pregnancyL.
PS. I became 29 years a month ago, we did not celebrate because we were having very bad times due to my health situation.

Farah is doing good at school, she will graduate from her class and the school invited us for the party. She is eager to know everything about my pregnancy and she asks lots of questions, sometimes I don't know what to tell her. Last time I saw her opening my pregnancy book trying to look for pictures of babies inside their moms. I and Farah watched a TV report about the development of the fetus inside the uterus, she was too excited and she kept asking questions, and everyday I have to answer many of her infinite questions. She told me she want a brother not a sister, and I asked her why? She told me because if she have a sister she will fight with her on toys when they will play!! I try to tell her that we still don't know what we will have, and it might be a sister or brother. But she insist on having a brother and refuses the sister idea completely. She told me all her girl friends have brothers not sisters, why wil she be different!! And her friends of boys have sisters as well.

So we will wait till we know the sex of the baby and then see what to do with her after that. I think she will be jealous from the new baby especially after being the only child in our family for 5 years and all the attention focus only on her.

So this is a brief of my news, stay in touch, take care and bye bye.

84 Comments:

Blogger Da Weaz said...

Best of luck to you. I wish you the best. From an American disgusted by his country's actions who relocated to Europe.

Hopefully, you can stop by occasionally.

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12:08 AM  
Blogger Don Cox said...

Wishing you luck with the rest of your pregnancy. I think it is a good thing for your husband to do some cooking - everyone should learn to cook. It is the only art that is sincerely appreciated by the audience.

7:52 AM  
Blogger programmer craig said...

Mabrouk, Rose :)

PS-Da Weaz, too much information! You realize we're ashamed of you, too, right? Just stop calling yourself an American, OK? And renouncing your ciutizenship is always an option, you know?

I suggest France, myself. Then I can refer to you as "the french bastard" :D

Ah, nevermind. As I said. Too much information. Particularly in a post where Rose wanted to update us on her personal life and not talk about politics, eh?

12:31 PM  
Blogger Dory said...

Congratulations on the baby, Rose. May God bless you and your family. I had trouble with pregnancies, too. I had lost two babies and then when I found out I was pregnant again, I went to bed for nine months! It was hard, but worth it in the end. My son was born healthy and strong. He is 15 now and a joy to me. So, get your rest. It is only for five months. Years from now no one will remember you had a messy house for five months, but they will remember your son or daughter.

4:06 PM  
Blogger KT said...

Hi Rose,

So good to hear from you and to know what is going on with you and your family. A baby! Best wishes for your good health. Can't be a lot of fun especially when you are active, but it will be worth it. Besides, enjoy the rest cause you're going to need all your engery shortly. Two's not bad, but three will do you in for sure.

Thank you for posting and letting us know how you are. Take care.

6:00 PM  
Blogger LeRoy said...

Good luck with the pregnancy Rose. My wife had Placenta Previa with our second child. It was pretty scary, especially when they told us that women used to die of this during child birth. I'm not an expert, but I know we were told that my wife would have to have a c-section. Will you be having a c-section? If your doctor is telling you you don't need one, I would seriously consider doing a little research on your own over the internet. Like I said, I'm not an expert, it may be that my wife's doctors were being overly cautious, or it may be that there are different types of Placenta Previa and that your's won't require it, but I'd do some research on your own just to make sure.

I could tell you a little more about the condition, but it would involve details that I'm not sure a good Muslim woman would want posted in her blog. If you want to know more, e-mail me at HomogenousPizza@gmail.com and I'll tell you more offline. If you would prefer to talk about this kind of thing to a women, e-mail me at the above address, and I'll send you my wife's e-mail address.

I don't mean to scare you or anything, but I wouldn't feel right if I didn't say anything. For what it's worth, with modern medicine and a little care, Placenta Previa isn't that bad. My wife delivered our third and last child naturally 6 years ago, and she and all three children are doing great.

LeRoy

11:06 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

I pray that all will go well with your new baby. Life does continue on no matter what the circumstances. It gives us new hope.
Kim

8:03 AM  
Blogger Winks from a Rose said...

I hope you're doing well since your last entry...;o)

2:06 AM  
Blogger jarvenpa said...

my dear, it is now a month and a few days since you posted, and I am hoping that your life, and your pregnancy, are going well. I was the eldest child in my family, and in those days people would ask "what do you want, a brother or a sister?" My answer was a sister. And--well, I have two brothers, no sisters. I adjusted fine (I was only 3 when my first brother was born). Your little girl will adjust, either way.
I truly hope you and your family are safe and well.

10:02 PM  
Blogger Drive By Fruiting said...

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11:27 AM  
Blogger dancewater said...

I do hope you and the baby are doing well.

I know that you feel what you write about Iraq will not inform people in the USA, but I would like to urge you to continue to write their stories anyway. If you don't, their voices may never be heard.

7:46 PM  
Blogger Morgot said...

I second Dancewater's thoughts.

Margot B

9:00 PM  
Blogger KT said...

Hope all is well with you and the family, Rose. Regards.

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Blogger Intensemystery said...

Why do you hate Americans?

6:47 PM  
Blogger The Heretical Jew said...

The grapevine has it that you have had your baby!! Congrats!!

I understand what you mean when you say that you do not want to write about politics.

Sometimes I feel that there is only so much one can say on any topic. I go through dry spells on my blog for that reason. Yet, one should not adopt the attitude that you can not affect any change. Albeit it is not easy and it takes resolve, but it is not impossible. It is the goals of dictators and oppressors to make you feel this way.

All the best.

4:12 PM  
Blogger Guy Barry said...

It's not a matter of can orcan't it's sheer Political will
?

12:25 PM  
Blogger nuh ibn zbigniew gondek said...

As salaam alaikum.

I surfed in to remind you about jumah prayer today. If you can't make it to your local masjid come by my blog for my 2 pence in a khutbah series:

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Be well.

Wa salaama,

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9:51 AM  
Blogger 2turk said...

The American/British oil barons plan to pilfer and steal Iraqi petroleum resources inorder to enrich themselves. A Jim Hightower animation addresses the issues.

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12:57 AM  
Blogger Callie said...

I think and feel what you say matters, because it is of your heart and soul.

Congrats on the pregnancy..

Blessings to you..
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11:09 AM  
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Blogger antiZionist said...

prepare yourself for the final offencive

12:15 AM  
Blogger Marc said...

January 16, 2008

Things are looking much better in Iraq. Your last poster is probably dead by now. You can use death as your only political weapon, but you will reap equal damage to your self in the long run. I wish all Iraq citizens a peaceful and wonderful new year.

Rose, how is your baby? I hope you all are well. I heard that it snowed in Bagdad! I think that God is smiling now.

Give us an update!

7:01 PM  
Blogger petetow said...

It makes sense to let things unfold at there own pace no one anywhere has any control of what happens in the country anymore and I think this is universal, people elect so call leaders who never consider the people only themselves, it is a world fact I have travelled around the world to many countries thanks to British Airways Cheap Flights and in almost every country I have visited it is the same, some think they are well off while the average person struggles for survival in a country that does not care who these people are until election times, people say the west is better but it is not, it is the same everywhere.

3:28 AM  
Blogger Thaqalain said...

This is another story of another pregant lady from poor slum city of Sadr who were perished by GMLRS; Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System, last month casulaties stans at 935 dead; 2605 injured.

Lightning flashed, thunder rolled and the women’s robes were spattered with mud falling from a sky filled with rain and sand, but they did not notice.

“Ya’mma, Ya’ba” (“Oh mother, oh father”), cried Amira Zaydan, a 45-year-old spinster(A woman who has remained single beyond the conventional age for marrying), slapping her face and chest as she grieved for her parents Jaleel, 65, and Hanounah, 60, whose house had exploded after apparently being hit by an American rocket.

“Where are you, my brothers?” she sobbed, lamenting Samir, 32, and Amir, 29, who had also perished along with their wives, one of whom was nine months pregnant.


“What wrong have you done, my children?” she howled(To cry or wail loudly, as in pain, sorrow, or anger.) to the spirits of four nephews and nieces who completed a toll of 10 family members in the disaster that struck last Tuesday. “Mothers, children, babies; all obliterated(To do away with completely so as to leave no trace) for nothing.”

The keening of Zaydan and her distraught circle of friends was drowned out briefly by sirens shrieking as ambulances sped through the hospital gateway with the latest consignment of casualties from a brutal battle that has been raging for the past month in Sadr City, a slum of more than 2million souls on the eastern side of Baghdad.

Doctors and nurses with pinched faces darted out of the dilapidated hospital to greet the wounded and dying, while administrators stared at the weeping women and saw that they were beyond comforting.

Zaydan had hardly moved from the hospital for 24 hours since her family’s home was demolished as she and her sister Samira, 43, prepared lunch. Neighbours were trying to dig bodies out of the debris when another rocket landed, killing at least six rescuers.

Apart from the two sisters, the family’s only survivor was their brother Ahmad, 25, who arrived at the hospital with leg injuries and shock. “I lost everybody,” was all he could say.

On Wednesday afternoon, Zaydan was still waiting for seven family members to be disinterred from the rubble and delivered to Sadr general hospital. The other three were in the morgue, among them a nephew, aged three, lying on a trolley in a puddle of blood from a head wound.

The child was another helpless victim of a clash between titanic powers which has killed 935 people and wounded 2,605. Even by the callous standards of Iraq’s cruel war, this is a ruthless struggle. Most of the dead and injured have been civilians.

7:09 PM  
Blogger ettesa said...

All goverments have a similar agenda, population control, they want to give you what they think is right and not what is in the peoples best interest, they would issue us all with halfords sat navs if it meant they could follow everywhere we go, to the shop, to a bar to buy food or even homebase garden furniture, they want us all to be sheep and do what they say and they do exactly what they want at our expense.

6:23 AM  
Blogger Thaqalain said...

Infact I noticed later it was May05/2006 article, so hows your lovely son/daughter now?
I dunno what do you mean by halfords sat navs ?
Are they entered there in Kurdish market?

7:33 AM  
Blogger Demotix said...

good luck with the preganancy- stay strong, keep your mind busy- take it easy!

6:37 AM  
Blogger mjz said...

Best of luck to you. Internet in Iraq

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Blogger leany said...

The recourse to the right to self-defence can only be utilized if measures are necessary, performed in relation to the initial armed attack and in immediate connection to it. Since the terrorist acts against the US embassies are more than 8 years back in time, it seems highly questionable to argue the gunship attacks to be an act of immediate self-defence.
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Blogger MP said...

Wishing you luck with your pregnancy. But I think you should keep talking about what its like in Iraq because Americans have no idea. I would love to here more about your opinions on US policy, not to debate but because we only hear one side of the story, the US governments side.
Oyah my names Trish, I'm a senior at the University of Vermont and I am an International Relations major with a concentration in the Middle East and am currently taking arabic. If you have any time please send me an email. pmcgarry@uvm.edu

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