All I Ever Wanted Was To Be Called Mom: A Woman's Epic Quest For Salvation On The Road To Motherhood by VaspxAll I Ever Wanted Was To Be Called Mom: A Woman's Epic Quest For Salvation On The Road To Motherhood by Vaspx

All I Ever Wanted Was To Be Called Mom: A Woman's Epic Quest For Salvation On The Road To Motherhood

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This is a true life story of a woman's epic quest for survival on the road to motherhood. The story is told by both, hers and her husband's experiences through those dramatic times. Where she was dreaming of creating life, she encountered death and battle for the survival of her very family. Where she wanted to be called mom, she faced scares and problems of immense proportions. It is a story of pain and despair but also of faith and hope. It celebrates women because they are the lionesses who are willing to jump through any hoops and face any dangers in order to create their family.

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VASPX is also the author of the Y/A fantasy series REALMS and the curse (myBook.to/REALMS-Curse), REALMS and the giant's spear (myBook.to/REALMS-Spear).

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Title:All I Ever Wanted Was To Be Called Mom: A Woman's Epic Quest For Salvation On The Road To MotherhoodFormat:PaperbackDimensions:174 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:March 16, 2016Publisher:Morgan James PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:163047665X

ISBN - 13:9781630476656

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Then she voiced the unthinkable "What if I refuse to have it? I may be able to hold out for maybe a week or two. With God's help the twins might have a better chance."How could she say that, when she was deathly white and having continuous blood transfusions? "Don't worry about me" she said. I could not believe what I was hearing. She expected me to support her on such a thing.Even though Vas knew that I was not religious, I would still go with her to church on a Sunday. I believe that everybody is free and welcomed to believe anything they want, as long as they don't try to force their beliefs onto others. Live and let live. However, that was not the time or the place for a religious debate or any kind of debate. To allow it to turn into a debate would have implied there was even the tiniest chance that I could have been persuaded to agree.That was real life. Vas could have believed as much as she wanted for all I cared. I would be damned if I was going to let her turn me in to a widower based on some delusion that her God existed and was righteous.We wanted to start our family and get to experience the joys of raising and guiding our children. I was fine with that. We had not started yet and Vas was talking about endangering her life. I was not okay with that. It was probably nature's way of telling us to give it up. We were probably never meant to be parents. There was still the option of adoption or even getting a dog! There was no option in letting Vas endanger her life. What started like a dream was quickly turning into a nightmare.This small built-woman, this giant; was willing to sacrifice herself to give our babies a fighting chance. I was not so willing, nor did I share her belief in God. The whole situation was unbelievably absurd. Three days ago we were jubilant as the bleeding reduced drastically and now we were dealing with life and death. The quick changes in fortunes and emotions were overpowering and unsettling. However this time Vas's life was in danger.Her selflessness and desire to protect the twins would have really killed her. I did not know whether to kiss her or slap her. That is why I married her. That is why there is hope I could become a better person. There was no bloody way I was going to let her risk her life though. If the outcome of the pregnancy was bad by me stopping her, she could have hated me in later years. I was willing to live with that. At that moment in time I felt it was the right thing to do. I was selfish. I just wanted to get my wife back in one piece.I looked Vas in the eyes and told her that she had done well to carry the babies that far. The extra few days she gave them would hopefully make all the difference. I did not really believe what I was saying. I was hoping it was true. It was just too early. I just had to convince her of that. I firmly told her that since the doctor felt that she had to have a Caesarian, then she had to do it. I knew and appreciated her longing to be a mother. I wanted to be a father as well. But after seeing how dire our situation was, enough was enough. We had to follow the medical advice and hope for the best. My lioness relented. Even if she did not, I would have overruled her. I was a bag of nerves and I did not want to take any more risks.Our predicament was dire and I felt I was drowning. Vas's statement for me, was what broke the camel's back. I just wished we were home and still trying to fall pregnant the normal way. I wanted us to be anywhere but there.Where she was bleeding, to my horror, it was not just blood gushing out. I saw the nurse pull a massive blood clot out of her. I was shocked. My father-in-law told me that that was not the first one.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: How We Got Together

Chapter 2: Trying to Fall Pregnant

Chapter 3: First IVF

Chapter 4: Note to Husbands

Chapter 5: Note to Wives

Chapter 6: General Points

Chapter 7: Second IVF

Chapter 8: Third IVF

Chapter 9: Giving Birth

Chapter 10: Trials and Tribulations

Chapter 11: Promotion

Chapter 12: Going Home

Chapter 13: Points About IVF