My Year Of High School Essay

1188 Words Oct 7th, 2015 null Page
Everyday people receive news that changes their lives forever. Three months before the beginning of my junior year of high school, I was told news that would most certainly change my life forever. I was just sixteen and on my way to being a mother. Yup, that’s right, I was pregnant. When the doctor came into the room and told me that I was going to have a baby, a rush of thoughts came pouring into my head: how will my parents feel and react? What about finishing school and starting college? What am I going to do? I then came to the realization that I was facing my biggest challenge so far, my journey to gaining my education as a full time mommy.
Telling my parents was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. With my stomach in knots, and sweaty hands, I looked at my parents and told them I was pregnant. They stood there blankly for a minute or two, then looked at me as asked me why I had let this happen. They were disappointed in me for being careless and irresponsible. A big cloud of disappointment hovered over me like a dark cloud. I then lowered my head and began to cry. At that moment my mother put her soft arms around me and said “honey, this is not going to be easy, however you will make it through, I will be by your side, and I will always be here for you.”
As summer came to an end, the new school year was beginning. It was the start of my junior year. Instead of being excited for school, I was really nervous. I was nearly four months along and the baby bump…

Related Documents