Lilypie - Pregnancy

Sep 17, 2011

The one on Serendipity, a bulky Uterus and the constant Pregger!


Serendipity is a fortuitous discovery, especially while looking for something entirely different”, says the dictionary. Happy accidents , basically!
But I wonder if there is a word for eerily awkward and embarrassing accidents! All you Logophiles,...... HELP me out please .'Cause, I would really like to know what this thing is , that has been happening to me over and over again.

And Dear Holy-Whoever out there, I pray and beg you, to not make the world any smaller. This is too weird for me to handle!

But may be not as weird as holding your own Mother's bulky uterus I guess.
Now how often do you actually get to see the womb you were born in?. So I couldnt get more excited when I had to play the dutiful child, helping with Amma's Hysterectomy.
No..... I chickened out when the doctor called for us to hand over the neatly chopped out uterus . Though people who saw it told me it looked as big as me when I was born :P
But the whole experience was sweet! Taking care of Amma was like taking care of an over-grown baby. Helping her walk, bathe , pee...... dress her up, feed her, put her to sleep every night with lullabies.....
To wake up alarmed in the middle of the night every time she coughed in her sleep, or when she tried turning over to the other side.....
Im really glad I could be there to just do all that for her. I miss smelling her cheek whenever she grinned at me!
I miss the smell of my home ... the smell of ploughing in the nearby field...that balanced blend of cow-dung and earth …thats one damn sweet smell that brought tears of happy memories and got me all nostalgic! I had completely let myself out in that delicious aroma, when she 'purr'ed and brushed her ear against my ankle.

'Chingaari' --my neighbour's cat. She is a constant Pregger! I cant recall the days when I saw her not carrying. She's loaded , all the time. Now , Im not very cat-friendly, but this sweetheart here has managed well to win me over.


The only sad thing about her getting pregnant is that, she fails to protect her new-borns, mostly. The kittens are killed and eaten up by a wild cat every time. I never get to see her babies. They are murdered, even before they can open their eyes. Poor Chingaari runs around the house crying and mourning; worse, lactating. And my heart goes out to that helpless mother every time!

But this time I helped her keep a watch on her babies! And touch-wood, all her three kittens are still alive. And they all look just like her, beautiful black and white fur balls!
Have you heard of this age old belief that if a cat litters in your house, it will bring you good news!?!

Last time Chingaari littered and her kittens survived, my sister got engaged!
And guess whats the good news this time?
No prizes for guessing, Im gonna be an Aunt! :D

16 comments:

  1. Maybe soon people will tell you "Wish you a happy and prosperous married life" If so, take one of those kittens and raise it in your house!

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  2. @Arun John: Ayyada!.. avante oru poothi! :P
    Why , you cant bear the sight of me enjoying my free life?? :D

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  3. Taking care of mothers is actually a lot of fun, if not fulfilling:)
    And paavam chingaari, maybe you can give her a safe box or something next time!!
    And congrats to the new parents to be and aunt to be:)

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  4. @ PeeVee : First of all, I like your new 'name' :D.
    And yeah, chingaari has finally had the brains to shift her babies to a safer room upstairs.
    And thankyou! Thereby my sister goes down next on my 'take care' list!

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  5. so this time you were a good girl a perfect daughter, life saver to chingaari's kitten(sparkling name). keep up the good work.
    Congrats to ur sister & Jiju.
    Is it a fact that if kittens litters in the house then good news comes...send 1 to my house if true
    Waiting from some good news from long time (U know na)

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  6. @Shijajd: Ohh its not just this time!.. Im always a good girl only!.. and yeah... sending a pregnant cat to your house very soon! :P

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  7. Hope you get the good news veyr soon then :) and do share with us all


    Bikram's

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  8. Ooh! For a moment I thought your 'yogam' reappeared suddenly and it got fixed! ;)

    And congrats to your sister. :)

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  9. @ Hari: Well, dont keep such hopes for a while! :P

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  10. Congrats to-be Aunt! And I'm waiting for Chingaari to be preggers again to hear some "happily ever after" wedding bells ring for Tutu kutty :) As always, enjoy reading your posts.. Keep writing!

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  11. @ Toddler: Thanks again!!... and wedding bells??? all in time sweetie.. all in good time!! :)

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  12. first time here and found it a pleasant read until i read the word 'chingaari'! is that really a name for a pet? :P i am still laughing :D a good one!

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  13. Ohhh... I can totally relate to this post... Last year my mom went thru the same and I am so relieved that she is perfectly fine now. I got to see the uterus which held me for nine months :( cos doc handed it over directly to me.

    It was indeed a relief to take care of her all by myself, exactly like you said. the number of times wen i actually have to run across rooms to get her cough syrup the moment i hear her clearing the throat...not to forget the one month long wait for getting biopsy report. I must say, mothers are the bravest of em all...

    first time here.. glad that we connect ;)))))

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  14. Jane, Nice to meet you too...:)
    Thanks to Pee Vee I found your blog yesterday and i Digg it! :)
    good luck and heartfelt wishes for your big day! and congratulations on the sal hike too...:)
    Convey regards to John doe as well..

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