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Imagine yourself a freshmen in high school beginning your independence Since I was the oldest child I was the first to begin exploring the worlds of dating extra-curricular clubs and the upperclassmen However one afternoon my parents sat my two sisters and me down My parents smiling at each other proceeded to say Girls we have something to tell you The next seven words would change me forever We are going to have a baby My mouth dropped and my emotions started to race How could they do this Arent they too old What about me This baby will take all their time To my parents dismay my first reaction to their happy announcement was tears - pity for myself After the initial shock and brief phase of denial I finally began to enjoy my moms pregnancy It was fun trying to choose names for a girl or boy and placing my hand on my moms stomach anticipating the babys kick During this time I even become closer with my mom Then finally on the morning of Sept 201994we were going to the hospital Around 400 pm my mom went into heavy labor All three of us were brought into the delivery room The experience of being next to a woman while she is giving birth is not something every girl has Im glad though that I was there because the feeling I got when the doctor held the baby up and said it was a boy was something I would not have wanted to miss As I held my brother I began to cry - this time from the happiness and excitement of having a new baby brother Jonathan This baby has taught me many things in his two years of life As an infant he taught me the responsibility it takes to care for a human being who is completely dependent on you This baby is not a doll to be put on
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