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The intervention of Paro's daughter in the life of Moshe was clearly miraculous. Basya went against her father's wishes and Moshe's mother was paid to nurse him. One can imagine the feelings of wonder that Amram and Yocheved must have had.

But then Chap 2 v 10 “When the child grew up, she brought him to Pharaoh’s daughter, who made him her son.” and as a result, he spent his time in Paro's palace (see here). One can imagine that Amram and Yocheved must have had worries about that.

So my question is do the meforshim or midroshim describe the feelings of Amram and Yocheved through these events?

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