Yugto

Yugto

For the Word-High July Prompts of Filipino Words hosted by A Reading Writer.

Yugto – (n.) A fundamental transition or development of a story or phenomenon.

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awww. i guess all parents have the same thoughts as they hold their newborn for the first time. this is great, as always. ❤

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How sweet. Your first line reminds me of when David looked at our oldest daughter for the first time right after they placed her in my arms. She had him captured already. 🙂 Have a blessed day.

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David E. McClendon Sr. July 27, 2016 at 9:29 am

There is nothing like that first time one lays eyes on their newborn child. Just before Laynie was born, the doctor said,”If everything is okay, we will put the baby up here on mommy’s chest so you can start bonding.”
The baby was born and she was rushed to another area of the room. Alarms sounded and every few seconds the doctor would say “APGAR?” The nurse would relay “0, Doctor.”
Followed by “CODE doctor.” To which the doctor responds, “Code Blue, all.”
More doctors quickly enter the room. More drugs, more doctors. more calm words saying, “still code, doctor.”
This went on while our blue baby was resuscitated countless times. Drugs were administered followed by the words, “0, Doctor.” Finally, there was a cry and mommy and baby were together again.

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Simply beautiful. You captured very well the touch of a parent’s love, D.

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U search my face so lovingly
Each time I feel u caress
U are looking into
My heart
A child lying in its mothers arms breastfeeding.

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