Pregnancy can be a very tough time for the woman.
In addition to managing the physical aspects of wearing a baby in the stomach, there is also the constant concern that something should go wrong with the child.
But thankfully, it goes well in most cases. The one that worries and fears is exchanged for relief in the same second that you are allowed to keep your newborn, healthy child.
However, Jennie Wilklow never had to experience that opportunity of relief – on the contrary.
Jennie went through a relatively normal pregnancy. She and her husband were happy to wait for children and on all the controls they got the same answers: The child looked to feel fine.
But the cloud of worries began to accumulate when Jennie was forced to enter and make an emergency caesarean section, in week 34. Although the operation and childbirth were successful, it would soon turn out that something was wrong with Jennie’s daughter.
“When they took her out I heard her scream and they said: She is so beautiful.” These are the words every mother wants to hear, so I smiled and relaxed “, Jennie.
But seconds later, the mood was different in the room. The baby’s face was transformed.