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We Were So Excited!
Sep 02, 2002

I waited my whole life for that moment when that special guy and I would take that pregnancy test and it would be positive. I pictured it in my head over and over again. After I got married I felt I was on the right track, I never thought it would end up like this.
I was about five weeks pregnant and I knew for about 2 weeks. I was afraid to get too excited because the echoing of my parents voice,"Donn't get to excited. I woulnn't tell anyone for 3 mon."
How can't you get excited? My husband and I are young. We are only 23, I don't smoke, I don't do drugs, and I follow a strict diet. We did not think it would or could happen to us.
The minute I saw that pink on that tp and the next day when I felt that gush I knew our fate. We went to the er and waited for the news that was already evident. We held on to hope until the very last minute. I'll never forget the look on my husbands face. He looked scared for me for our baby. He looked more scared than I have ever seen him before.
It did not help to here that other people go through this because I can only deal or comprehend our pain. I never knew it could hurt this bad. I hope no one has to ever go through this, I hope this never happens to me again. My only advice is to pray for understasnding and lean on your spouse or who ever is their for you, but don't forget that they are going to need to lean back on you to. Good luck and God bless.
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