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An Empty Heart
Oct 25, 2002

This was my second pregnacy my first was a girl she is four now. So as you can imagine we were so excited when we found out that the child I was carrying was a boy. I had my set the boy and girl I had wanted even as a young child. Everything was fine every doctors appointmen free of complications. I was 32 weeks and although my appointments were every week something happend in just a weeks time that would change my life forever. It was Tuesday October 15, 2002 (yes only a week ago) I woke up in so much pain I knew it was labor. My appointment was already for that morning so I said to my fiance I can just wait until 9am and go in then. When I arrived I told the receptionist what was going on and they sent me straight to the back. Walking down the hallway I could hear a heartbeat coming from one of the other rooms I smiled and thought I can't wait to hear Keylon's. But when my doctor tried to find the heartbeat unlike only a week before there was nothing. Quickly I was rushed to the hospital and an ultrasound was done. God I prayed all the way there and went to the bathroom right before the ultasound and got on my knees. I wanted god to work a miracle for me I was already in labor had dialated 5cm and my son's heart was not beating. My fiance Keith was so strong for me. I had a normal vaginal delivery Keith cut the cord only we never heard a cry. Its been a week the funeral is over and now my heart feels so empty.
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