My Experience Of Marriage

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Experience of marriage My grandma used to say, "people have three steps in life which are birth, marriage, and death". I get to experience my marriage. When I was eighteen years old, I got married. I still remember the day I was getting married. All my family, relatives, and friends were around me. Some people were saying I was too young to marry. Some were wondering how could I handle the huge family of my husband, but I got to do what I get. I just thought "wow" I am getting married, and I will soon have a husband, but far deep inside, I was scared, nervous, and happy at the same time. After that day, things changed in my life. I became housewife, mother, and had the responsibility of taking care of the house. Based on my culture after married the bride have to stay as a housewife with groom 's family and take care of everything. My husband had a huge family with lots of members. As I said, I was too little …show more content…
When I was nineteen years old, God blessed me with one baby boy.we name him Aaron. Let me share you some of my amazing journey as mom.One Saturday night I was not feeling well.my family wants me to take some rest.I still remember the pain I experience that day. I cried loud and every body came to room and my husband ask me, "what happen to you?" but my mother in-law knew I was ready for baby delivery.my husband took me to hospital. I kept crying, doctor came and check everything, but he said I am not ready for the labor because my water was not broke.one of the nurse gave me some medicine that make my water broke. After three days of pain, I finally was ready for labor and it was normal, but I passed out for five minutes. When I opened my eyes, doctor called me and ask me, "are you okay now?" I respond yes by shaking my head.He told me my baby is healthy. I hold my baby, gave thanks to god who protect me and my baby from death. I feel complete by having a baby in my

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