How To Write A Narrative Essay About Being Pregnant

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Being pregnant was one of the most joyous moments of my life. I was able to bring a human being into this world, and to be able to wake up next to her everyday automatically puts a smile on my face and makes me a happier person. I am very grateful to call her mines.

The pregnancy experience for me was a little hectic and also self-learning Finding out that I was pregnant first hand was a bittersweet Kodak moment. During the first couple of days I didn’t know whether to curl up into a ball and cry or be happy and exhilarated. I was Seventeen, I didn’t know how to be happy about me having a fetus inside of me. “I have my whole life ahead of me, this can’t be real, why me?” I constantly asked myself while looking at the positive pregnancy
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I honestly didn’t know how to tell them or who I was going to tell first, I was nervous about what the outcome would be. Telling Rashawn, my child’s father was first though. He had been in a juvenile detention center for about a week already. We would occasionally be on the phone and I would be wanting to tell him, but I was too nervous of his reaction. He had a court date coming up soon so I know that I could tell him then, I thought to myself while lying on the bed looking at the positive test still in disbelief. A couple of weeks went by, and the court date arrived. His father was by my side. When we walked into the chilly courtroom, I was nervous, ready to see his facial expression when he saw me. According to his expression, he was ecstatic. Contemplating on what to say and how to say it without being noticed by the judge and the sheriffs who were staring at the audience, I decided to do a sign language to get Rashawn’s attention, he didn’t understand at first, but the second time was a success. he didn’t given me the expression I was hoping for but instead he told me to tell his father. After I told his father, I decided to tell my family. Some family members were happy for me, but others did not agree, but one thing’s for sure I had everyone’s …show more content…
My pregnancy made me make life changing decisions, but I didn’t know I had to make them so soon. I finished my sophomore year without anyone knowing I was pregnant. The beginning of my junior year was a different story. I was five months along and knew I was going to have a girl. The first week of school, I missed 3 days, my first period teacher was very skeptical of me being able to complete the year because I had already missed so much work, she insisted on me transferring to Traviss Technical College. According to her I would have much more help and better opportunities. I took her advice and decided to give Traviss a shot, and I loved it. Traviss was so helpful, they made sure I exceed to and helped me become a better person with better opportunities. November 29th, 2016 I gave birth to my daughter Majesty My’Angel Carter; she was six pounds, twelve ounces with gray eyes that would soon change to light brown. “She’s so beautiful”, said my mom. Still being in pain, I was so ready to see my blessing, I was surprised at her having gray eyes. I wished her dad was here. All in all, all I could do at the moment was hold my daughter and stare at her in a daze. Weeks flew by and it was time for me to return to Traviss, I had missed more than six weeks because I had a C-section and also because I had to help majesty get into Traviss’s childcare. After being out for six weeks and missing so much work I was

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