My Most Beautiful Day Essay

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The greatest accomplishment for most women is carrying a child inside of them for 9 months, then giving birth. It’s the toughest and brutal thing some will ever do. It might be hard and painful, but giving life is also the most beautiful gift anyone can give. At 16 I became pregnant. I was young and thought “it could never happen to me” and it did. As soon as the results came back I was terrified. How could this happen to me? I didn’t want this to happen. I went to my first baby appointment. I feared judgement by doctors. The doctors didn’t judge me. They made me feel comfortable, as if everything was going to be okay. They laid me down on the table, and put some cold gel on my stomach. A loud thump, thump, thump filled my ears. A heartbeat. At that moment, it was the most beautiful noise I will ever hear. How could I already be so in…show more content…
By then I had already had my baby shower, I had the babies room set up. It was a Sunday afternoon in March. It was a beautiful day. I did not feel so good. I felt sick and my lower stomach was cramping. I went into the hospital, just to be safe. Sure, enough I was 4 centimeters dilated now. They hooked me back up to the machines and gave me an epidural. 22 hours rolled around, and it was finally time to push. I was so scared, I stared bawling. That’s when the nurse came in and told me I could do this. It took 45 minutes, then she was out. The was beautiful, word can’t describe how I felt. All I can say was that I never have felt a love like that before. Her first cry was music to my ears. She was 5 pounds 2 ounces. They laid her on my chest for 2 minutes then took her away. She was rushed to the nursery to get put on oxygen. She was having a little trouble. She stayed in the nursery for 2 days, then the nurses finally brought her to me. Those where the hardest 2 days of my life, she was with me for 8 months. When they put her back into my arms I knew I was never letting go of her ever
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