But then I overheard a conversation between my mom and her friend, that she was feeling under pressure to take care of Chin Ching. She got quite stressed about it, and had got insomnia - she was very bitter, quite hard on me.
But despite this, she got up at 4am every day to take care of my baby and let me have more sleep. She prepared a postpartum nourishment diet and ginger water, and cleaned all the bottles and clothes. And one time, when Chin Ching got sick, my mom immediately went to clinic with her. Without her, I really could not have cared for my new baby.
As I started feeling better, I began to truly appreciate my family's support and care, and I started to adapt to my new life with my baby. This made the relationship between me and my mom more harmonious, and Chin Ching is at the heart of it all. She is always laughing, always delighting us. We all love watching her develop and grow, she brings us so much joy.
I finally realise that parents will love their children forever, and it’s a deep love that I only now understand. I know now that I will always love my family, and my baby Chin Ching!