Becoming A Mom Changed My Life

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Life sometimes takes you down a different path that we don 't understand in that single moment. I was already dreading going to the doctor 's office on this gloomy day because I was nervous to find out if I was ever going to be able to bear children. I had strongly inspired to be a mother, and now it could be gone in a second. Now there was a big chance that it was never going to happen, my fate was in the hands of my faith. The visit with my doctor soon revealed that I would not bear a child. This upsetting situation all is the result of one tragic fall. I was so devastated by this awful news because it crashed my desire of being a mom. Was this the end of my road though? No, it wasn 't, life decided to take me down an unusual path. …show more content…
As I went home, I remember crying to my parents, and they only told me to have faith. I don 't even know why I was worried because something in my heart said that things would be different. Something didn 't feel right so I ended up at the doctor 's office again. The nurse couldn 't believe it; I was pregnant. She immediately told me that I wouldn 't be carrying my child to term, and to prepare myself for a miscarriage. Just what I needed, another gloomy day. I looked at her and said; no this child is my miracle baby. She just smiled at me and said okay then I must send you on your way to a …show more content…
My daughter was finally born, and she was perfect. I remember the first time I looked at her she just stared into my eyes and just smiled. Wow time quickly flew by and before I knew it; she was in middle school. Life was good as well as we could expect it until we had some bumps in the road again. Down a different path that I didn 't understand in this single moment, and my daughter developed a malfunctioning gallbladder. Doctor went in and did an in/out procedure called ERCP; this was done to try to open her bile duct into her gallbladder early in the morning on December 3, 2008. The whole day was a nightmare. None of the medication was working. I called the doctor on call, and I was told to rush her to the emergency. As we walked in I had to sign papers immediately because I was going to lose my daughter. The nurse explained to me that my daughter had developed an infection called pancreatitis. I was upset because the doctor said it was up to my daughter to fight. Four days had passed, and she still wasn 't responding to the treatments. Finally, I had to prepare to say goodbye to my daughter, because things weren 't looking good for her, and I prayed for her that night to remove the cloud that keeps on hanging over her. Can you imagine crawling and praying on a small hospital bed? The next morning came. I couldn 't believe my eyes; she got up. I heard a sweet

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