During the nine months that I was pregnant, I prepared myself for the arrival of Freddrick. The one thing I did know is that I wouldn’t have any type of financial help with Freddrick because his father had no idea, or clue how to take care of his self, nor less a son that was about to arrive. The first thing I had to do while being pregnant is to get a job, so I would be able to financially take care of Freddrick. Even though I knew it would be a bad idea to work during the pregnancy because of the fact of my low blood count that the doctor had warned me about. Working while I was pregnant was a big risk because I would just pass out for no apparent reason, I would be sick a lot, or just wouldn’t have any energy at all to do anything. I knew I had to work in order, for Freddrick to have a stroller, clothes, diapers, a car seat, and other baby equipment that was needed before his arrival. The nine months also gave me time to get myself together, so that I could stop hanging around the wrong people in my life, I needed to make a decision about being with his father or leaving him once Freddrick arrived, also stop doing some of the things I was doing as teenager that would not be able to do as a mother, and also mentally prepare myself for the arrival of Freddrick.
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...y life different. I knew that I could get through all of my struggles with Freddrick because he kept me going each and every day of my life. At times I wanted to give up then I think about Freddrick and I just knew I could get through all of our tough times. At times nobody knew what we had went through other than me and Freddrick. I didn’t really have the time to go out and meet new friends like everyone else my age, so that I could have someone to talk to about what I was going through. Do I have any regrets of having Freddrick? “No” not all because he is my blessing I wouldn’t be who I am today if it wasn’t for Freddrick. He is the reason why I decided to go back to school to show him he can do anything he puts his mind to. He is now 13 years old very respectable young men, for me I believe I made all the right choices and sacrifices in my life to have Freddrick.
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