Giving birth to a child is the most beautiful thing in the world, which at the same time is extremely painful and tiring. The fear of something that can possibly go wrong during delivery haunts women during the last stages of pregnancy. It is the helping hands and kind words during this period that helps in being stronger. A recent post by Jill Krause, an author and digital content creator, where she has shared a photo of the kindness showered on her after each pregnancy by nurses has gone viral. Krause, the mother of four, also has a blog called Baby Rabies and shares stories and experiences on parenthood and pregnancy. Also Read - Kareena Kapoor Khan Gorges on a Deep-Dish Pizza to Satisfy Her Pregnancy Cravings, Here's Why Expecting Mothers Experience Cravings
Recently she shared a post with a photo of the close bond between a nurse and her patient that immediately struck a chord with mothers on the social media. Krause in her post thanking nurses, writes, “I’ll never forget the faces of the nurses who followed me into the bathroom after delivering each baby. That moment when I was so vulnerable, so tired, scared, shaky. My swollen belly deflating, and my modesty long gone. They treated me with such kindness and dignity.” A mother-to-be in Indiana had hired Katie Lacer, of MommaKT Shoots Photography to document her birth experience, who clicked this picture. Also Read - In a First-Of-Its-Kind Case, Newborn Diagnosed With Two Rare Genetic Diseases at Jaipur Govt Hospital
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Lacer clicked her client post-birth in the bathroom showing the nurse kneeling on the floor offering her a cold pack. Jill Krause shared the photo to her Facebook page writing how it reminded her of her own delivery experience. The post has gone viral with over 1,30,000 likes and more than 68,000 shares. The comment section is filled with women sharing similar experiences during their childbirth and how thankful they are to the nurses who took care of them.