Inspiring! How This Mum Excelled In Her Exams Shortly After Giving Birth
Pregnancy and post-pregnancy are seasons that come with challenges. It's inspiring to see this mum who passed her exams after giving birth in flying colours
There’s a lot of recovery for the body to do after carrying a baby for a stretch of nine months and delivering it. The body simply needs a lot of time to reset itself. Meet the young mother who performed excellently in her exams shortly after giving birth. Little wonder she’s getting a lot of attention in the media.
Meet the young mother who performed excellently in her exams shortly after giving birth
Kiara Nelson proved all her doubters wrong, including her instructor who didn’t fancy her chances of being able to sit for exams so soon after child delivery. Such a never-say-never attitude inspired many people who commended her for disregarding all the discouragements that came her way before taking the exams.
The new mum shared a photo of herself still on the hospital bed where she delivered her baby. She revealed that she had two exams to write shortly after giving birth. Kiara gave birth earlier than usual at 35 weeks because she suffered preeclampsia. Because of this complication and the fact of her delivery, her instructor advised that she drop the class. She didn’t think the new mum could write her papers that soon. Suffice to say, Kiara proved her wrong.
“I passed the midterm with flying colours after being told I was going get dropped from her class over.” she wrote on Facebook.
Kiara went further to narrate the events leading up to the exams. She was a little frustrated because right after giving birth due to preeclampsia after 35 weeks she had two assignments due the same day and her instructor wasn’t letting up on her. The instructor told her to just drop the class because she didn’t think she could get her assignments done after giving birth.
However, not even breastfeeding could deter the determined mother of a beautiful baby girl from taking the exams.
“I could’ve used it as an excuse but what was that going to get me. Prayers work every time Big thanks to the Lord” she posted.
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