We went back to Idlib, and the people were very generous and kind to us. They helped us with housing and opened their houses to everyone. We couldn’t stay with them for long though and we looked for a room in another city and I gave birth there. My first birth was a very lonely experience, and it was difficult. I went to the hospital, but it wasn’t a professional experience. I suffered so much but when I look at my baby now, I’m happy. I had given birth, but I wanted to raise my baby somewhere safe. We were in Afrin, which was under Turkish control and there were so many bombs in cars and in markets. We still weren’t safe, and it didn’t feel like home. It was a nightmare for us to live through more bombings. I wanted to try once more to enter Turkey, for my baby’s safety.