“Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward. ” Psalm 127:3

GINGERLY- Before it came to mean “extremely cautiously” in 1600, gingerly meant “elegantly, daintily.” In fact, it stems from the Latin word gentius, meaning “(well)-born.” But today it has less to do with elegance and more to do with a delicate touch, usually used to avoid hurting something or someone. (vocabulary.com)