Becoming a teen Mom
At the age of nineteen, instead of partying and hanging out with my friends, I had to become a mature and responsible adult. On October the 25th I got the most shocking news a teenage girl could ever imagine. There was so many thoughts going through my mind, I was scared, nervous, shocked and did not know what to expect from this situation. What will my family and friends think of me? My friends and I made a pack that we will never have children. I broke our secret society code as we would have called it. Becoming a teen mom would be the most influential life lesson experience throughout my life that contribute to the strong woman I am today.
On April the 22nd 2006 at 4:13 and 4:17 am my whole world changed I gave birth two beautiful premature baby girls. I was excited about bringing two new lives into this world, but on the other hand, I was very much frightened of such a responsibility. I was a baby myself all I could think about was what I am going to do. I was working out BWI airport as a cashier barely making ends meet. I was also still enrolled at Catonsville Community College. Becoming a teen parent at the age of nineteen, required a lot of grown up decisions to be made at a very fast pace. These decisions I made was important because they would have an effect on the future for myself and my daughters. I could no longer hang out with my friends; it was school home and taking care of my two daughters. I had to find a better job quick to support my children and our other finances. Still no lucky finding a new job, I continued to work as a cashier. Every day after school I had to catch the bus to work, my hours were from 2pm until 10pm. After a long day in school and immediately going to work on my feet the entire time, my duties didn’t end once I arrived at home. My twin girls would be waiting for me each night up and alert, with absolutely no idea how tired I was. Many times I also had homework and studying to complete after...
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