The ovaries release the mature egg(s) and they

The world is filled with many amazing things. One of those things is us; people. God created Adam and Eve, as they were the first humans that he created, and from there people and more people were being born. As it is said in Genesis 1:27, “So God created man in His own image: in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.” God created us so that we can love one another. As it is also said in Genesis 2:18, “Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him.” In other words, he doesn’t want us to be alone, nor women nor men. Well been said, God gave the privilege for women to be able to reproduce and get pregnant by creating and bringing a baby to this world. Becoming a parent is something beautiful. First of all, the two main things to start in order to make a baby are the eggs and the sperm. In a woman’s ovaries, there are hundreds of tiny eggs waiting to make the trip down to the fallopian tubes and into the uterus. These eggs are the essential parts of a woman’s body. Most women release one egg per cycle, it all depends. But then there’s times that her body might also release more, or in some months it might not release any at all. During the release, the ovaries release the mature egg(s) and they are immediately absorbed by the fallopian tubes. The eggs move through the fallopian tubes, waiting to be fertilized; known as ovulation. There’s these special names for the different stages of development of the fetus, those 3 stages are the following: zygote, embryo, and fetus. When the ovum is first developing, after the first day it becomes a “zygote.” According to New Kids-Center, a zygote is caused by the fertilization process between two haploid cells, which are the ovum and sperm. They both come together, and they form a single diploid cell. Then when the ovum reaches its 2 months, it develops into an “embryo.” The embryo is an unhatched or unborn offspring’s in the process of development. The fetus is when the ovum is in the third month to birth. When the embryo is eight weeks after conception, it develops into a fetus. In this case of pregnancy, babies must stay in a mother’s stomach for at least 9 months to be fully developed. Isn’t it wonderful to think that a tiny little egg, so tiny you can’t even see it, can grow into a lively, laughing adorable little person, in only nine months? Getting pregnant is a miracle from God. But isn’t it wonderful knowing that you’re giving this little creature a life. A life where he/she is going to enjoy, you as a father or mother, you’ll get to see her/him grow, living every moment of your life with them. Isn’t that wonderful? Talking about this with my mom, she explained to me that ever since I was born, 15 years ago, she has seen me grow, she has been in my good and bad times, she has been that mother we all want. My mom, a beautiful woman, a hard-working person, yeah that’s my mom; and thanks to her I am who I am right now. Overall, all this in a way relates to the title “Life’s Greatest Miracle.” The title “Life’s Greatest Miracle” is a very appropriate title for a film about reproduction because once a woman reproduces and has sexual intercourse that’s when the women can get pregnant, and that little egg grows, and it forms into a baby, or as you might say, the greatest miracle. It’s a miracle because having a baby and being pregnant for about 9 months is just a miracle. As it is said by Eda J LeShan, ” A new baby is like the beginning of all things-wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities.”


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