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One fine day my umbilical cord nipped off, I made an exit from my mother’s womb, I got to know I had grown up enough to enter the world.

Weaned from my mother’s chest, Fed porridge, fruits and vegetables with a bowl and spoon, I understood I needed extra nutrition.

Learning to balance on my foot as I walked, finding my way to my toy room all by myself, I could see in the mirror I had grown up.

Whining at the school gate with a satchel of books, staying with a teacher away from home for a few hours, I realized I had to acquire wisdom.

And I grew up to be an adolescent, I could discriminate right and wrong, Express my views and opinion on varied subject matter. I understood the ways of the world  As a young girl I missed a heartbeat, I fell in love and tied a knot for a lifetime.

I grew up to understand that life goes round. when I took my baby in hand, I was mature enough to feel what my mother had felt. I’m a mother now and I grew up to be what I’m today.

Written By- Sujatha Sairam, (Chennai).

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