I Got This! You Got This! (Our Mammas Always Had This)

I think with social media and its on the second updates, everything is news. From the meals we cook, to the places we dine at, special dates like anniversaries, private moments like proposals, even peoples intimate 9 week fetal scans bombard our screens. It’s an era of over sharing, seeking approval by posting our achievements, and feeding our ego with likes. Yes of course it’s a fantastic tool to let your friends and family know what’s up. For me social media built my business and my brand that is Rushtush. I’m not here to post about how amazing I am, nor am I searching to belong or even to be adored. I’m here to educate and empower through my life experience. I hope to encourage you to think about the choices you make, question the decisions you make and why you make those decisions and to also provide solutions for problems you find yourself faced with.

Yes, I am expecting, and even though bearing life is a miracle, I’m not the first woman to ever be with child and I wont be the last. I mean: HOW DID WE ALL GET HERE? My son won’t be the first boy to have ever been born either. Us women have tall jobs, we do all this, like our moms did, and back then there was no social media. Did our moms ever complain about morning sickness? Was there a platform for them to boast about their baby bumps? No. They were silent super women. Silent super heroes, handling their shit. I am however going to be, not so silent. Especially on matters like women’s health and wellbeing during this delicate and miraculous time.

I didn’t want to post a “coming out” announcement. I wanted to live my life and for the first 12 weeks, I wanted to survive my life. Lol. I didn’t need people’s advice and opinions. I also didn’t need people treating me like I was disabled. It seems all my symptoms were a dead giveaway and many were pretending I wasn’t pregnant more than I was pretending I wasn’t pregnant.

4 months pregger

“don’t sweep” one dear aunt said…

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“put your feet up my child, rest, no more kettlebells!” my worried mom said…

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Being 4 months pregnant has confirmed many things but one applicable to this post is; that people will always have something to say, whether it is coming from a sincere source or from a malicious place, you still have to KNOW WHATS BEST FOR YOU! Healthy Mom = Healthy Baby (rushtush:2017). The rest is in Gods hands. From the moment you pee on a stick to discover you have possible life growing inside of you, is the exact moment your maternal instinct kicks in. Would you ever do something radical to jeopardize the gift of possible life?

tbc.

Yours in fitness and health,
Rushda Moosajee
Qualified Personal Trainer to my Glow Girls
Online Coach to Women Worldwide
Photography by Fayros Jaffer

  1. Charnre

    Congrats dear . u are Absolutely beautiful my dear. I am actually a single mom with no support structure here in jhb . family and sons dad in cpt . i have got this and had this for 4 years and proud of it

  2. 🖤🖤🖤

  3. Yes! Pregnancy is not an illness, does not need to be ‘treated’. Live your life, your truth, own your experiences and trust your (motherly) instincts. It’s yours and you’ve got this!

    Tune out the negativity and radiate positivity and the rest will take care of itself as it has for thousands of years… sending positive vibes✨

  4. Love 🤗👏🏻👏🏻

  5. JoeyCLewisCalvert

    #PerfectlySaid!!! #SilentSuperHeroes!!! :*

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