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Never Give Up the Hope- 'Student life,Mom life,New country'-- the Voyage of a Kerala Mommy-Girl to the Success

Legends have said, our destiny is always follow us as our shadow, it may collapse entire of our plans and expectations, but get rid off those fates will pave the way of success of our life. Such an struggle is done by Jeshreena, the mom of little Elan.

Never Give Up the Hope- 'Student life,Mom life,New country'-- the Voyage of a Mommy-Girl to the Success
Jeshreena celebrating her graduation

Being a mother Jeshreena,  25 never gave up her dreams to become an MBA holder. She fought an incredible battle with her both labels of Mother and Student .Now she is the owner of an  MBA at the same time owner of the cute baby Elan.

"Doing studies while you are pregnant is not a big deal but its a big deal when you are in a new country,away from your family and its your first baby and you are all alone by yourself and your partner.Its even harder when you got a c section and no one literally tell you how to even hold a baby and much harder when you are pursuing your studies along with that," Jeshreena posted on Instagram while celebrating her MBA graduation.
 
Jeshreena,a girl from Kerala, India flew from her hometown to UK with her partner carrying lot of hopes, it was only after landing UK , the young couple found out that, with the dreams she was also carrying a baby. But she never drop her MBA plans.

Her husband Hashim persuaded her she should not give up on her academic dream and they came to Scotland together, while safety adviser Hashim – who has since then began his own MBA course at Edinburgh Napier - worked night and day to support them.

Jeshreena started her MBA at Edinburgh Napier University, London. She was heavily pregnant during the final days of her course completion. 

Jeshreena  now living in Leith, Scotland said, she remembers the sympathetic faces were staring at her baby bump during college visits, the time was so much hard for her with the regular morning sickness, back pain, the loss of favorite cravings and most importantly she had missed the affection of  parents in prenatal cares. But her loving husband was with her as a backbone .

Jeshreena was due to sit the test as part of her MBA in Leadership Practice at Edinburgh Napier University.However, she had to change her plans after the exam was scheduled for the day she was due to become a mom.

Unfortunately, the heavily-pregnant student felt feverish and her unborn baby’s pulse was high so medics at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary decided to bring him into the world by emergency C-section 10 days early.

And by the time classmates were sweating it out in the exam room, Jeshreena was already getting to know her new son and preparing for a new tough schedules of motherhood at her age of 23. 


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Hard work always pays you back👩‍🎓 I was pregnant 🤰 when I was doing my masters in bussiness in Uk.Doing studies while you are pregnant is not a big deal but its a big deal when you are in a new country,away from your family and its your first baby and you are all alone by yourself and your partner.Its even harder when you got a c section and no one literally tell you how to even hold a baby and much harder when you are pursuing your studies along with that!There were days i feed my baby in one hand and work day and night with my assignments,As there was no one either to hold the baby as my darling husband need to go to work most of the days.!Its funny at first there was no one to tell us how to hold the baby..I was confused!!!.But with the help of my loving husband we figured it all together.I need to say a huge thanks to him @hshimz who helped me in every bit of difficult times.He was always by my side helped me to pursue my dreams and helped me to make motherhood so happy and peaceful even though sometimes i was super stressed out.I know in Kerala (my home place,In India) we get all those pamperings and love after delivery but i didnt get none and I survived.I was not in a 40 days bed rest which actually sucks!!I was the same as before and did everything as a normal women will do in their daily life.I cooked myself,cleaned the house,even went to university to study and sometimes took my baby as well.. So girls i wanna say if you are willing to hard work you can achieve anything.sometimes you should sacrifice something to get much better things.. To read more about my journey please click the link in bio Or https://www.napier.ac.uk/about-us/news/grads-2020-jeshreena-palakkal #motivation #malayalamblogger #uk#motherhood#graduation2020 #graduation #proudmom#kerala #keralam #hijabgraduation #hijabi#sucessoprofissional

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Baby Elan recovered well from his premature birth in April 2018 and is enjoying good health.  And now, more than two years on, his mother is celebrating becoming a graduate.

 “I couldn’t believe it.  I only had one exam in the whole year, and it turned out to be the day my baby was due-- Jeshreena Said.

“Fortunately I was able to delay the exam until the following April, and I was also able to secure extra time to complete written assignments. It has been hard but I have finally made it to the end of my degree journey and I also have a lovely little boy.

Jeshreena said: “There were times when I was in extreme pain due to my C-section stitches but I didn’t rest even for a day, with housework and university assignments to do as well as looking after the baby.

“There were days when I had a feeding baby in one hand and with the other I was typing out an assignment on my laptop, but I finally did it with the support of my husband and my wonderful tutors.”

Never Give Up the Hope- 'Student life,Mom life,New country'-- the Voyage of a Mommy-Girl to the Success

Jeshreena has another feather to add her achievement as 'The first Malayali Women'appeared in the BBC Radio Scotland this week..

Dr Paul Langford, lecturer in financial services at Edinburgh Napier, said: "Jeshreena has shown admirable resilience in overcoming the obstacles in her way to graduation - gaining her MBA Leadership Practice is an impressive achievement and we wish her well in her future career!" 

Jeshreena is an adorable model to those mothers, who struggling with their life to achieving their goals and finally droping their dreams because they have had baby.

To those ladies she has only to say--"Hard work always pays you back"

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