My Letter

Dear 2/24/2012,

It was July 7th, 2011 when you changed mine and your dads life forever. From being sick for a few weeks but with only being nauseous, to seeing the double lines on the test and we knew it was true. A bundle of joy that was going to be making it's presents to the world within a leaping term of seven months. With the tears of joy and the tears of being scared, I knew I had to think fast and make some major changes. I knew your dad and I weren't ready, with being young kids that would just do anything we wanted, both not having jobs, and both not having finishing school. Within nine months we both needed to make a change and fast. Going thru the different changes of the body, eating more, and gaining weight, but helping you grow into something so special. After a long few months mommy and daddy finally knew what they were having, which you turned out to be a little girl. After eight long months we finally were able to have a party with friends, and family, food, games, gifts, clothes everything to help bring you into the world. It was finally the time, a full month had went by, and it was February 7th, 2012 at 10:00pm when things got serious. A bad stomach pain that never happened before. Called the nurse-line and told them what was going on, when they were aware of what was going on, I was told to get to the hospital because it seemed like I was going into labor. Not frightened by it, I informed your daddy and grandma, and grandpa. With everybody calmed except your daddy who didnt know what to do (laughing,) It was February 8th, 2012 12:00am and we were headed to the hospital to meet our little girl. It was hard 14 hours of pain and irratation but in the back of my mind really excited about meeting my little girl who I couldn't wait to see. At 1:31pm February 8th, 2012 our little one was born. Weighing in at 8lbs and 5oz and 20 1/2 inches long. WOW! Your finally here and so precious and chunky. With over the last 6 years you have grown into the most smartest child. You learn ahead, you like to explore, and discover different things. I couldnt ask for a better daughter because you are my first and only. You alone have made mommy a better person then what she was before she discovered you were making you grand apperance. I have went thru the struggles of being a young teenage mother, a single mother, but all the struggles have made me stronger. I wouldn't change anything about this life journey, that is still continuing. Our Love and bond we have for one another is unbreakable. I Love You with all my heart, and together we will continue to grow strong for each other and teach other. 



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My family


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