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Megan Renee Please just let me hold her she pleaded just once Im sorry replied the plump nurse coldly but I have my orders and besides it will only make things that much worse To an outsider it was a heart-wrenching scene To the hospital it was something that they dealt with on a daily basis To her family it was a mistake that never should have happened To Sara it was a day that changed her life forever Katie I cant look-tell me what it says requested Sara Holten Do you really want to knowasked her best friend Katie Landiman comparing the results to the package instructions I have to know I dont have a choice here Its positive Sara youre pregnant Katie said reaching out to comfort her friend with a hug wishing she could help more How could you do this to us was the only thing Mr and Mrs Holten said when Sara told them Her mother cried and her father just turned away from her and didnt say anything Her boyfriend Joel just reminded her that he had a football scholarship and that he was in no position to take care of a child He offered to pay for her to take care of it and she left before he could say another word Sara was only sixteen but up until now she was considered very mature and responsible for her age She had a 37 grade point average in high school She was going to graduate a year early and had even begun to take classes at the local community college She felt that she could and wanted more than anything to take care of this baby but They wouldnt allow it Once her parents finally decided to talk to her they gave her a choicewell an ultimatum really They first tried to convince her to have an abortion it will solve everything they insisted
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