Most Memorable Day of My Life

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The day my daughter was the born was the first day of the rest of my life. Although I was 22 when I had Camri, I still had a lot of growing up to do. I had to figure out my game plan for life, my career choice, and being a single mother. I knew the one thing I could count on was the support of my family and the few friends I had. The amazing thing is that I never had the thought that I couldn’t handle being a mother or being overwhelmed. I automatically knew what to do and I knew I would be ok. It seemed like my thinking process changed instantly. When we walked through our front door I left my problems at the mat and it was all for her. I just couldn’t stop thinking about how amazing her life would be and everything I was going to teach her. I have extreme OCD, which I’m medicated for, so that was a challenge because I needed everything to be perfect for her. Realizing that life was full of bullshit was learned within the first few weeks of me being a mother. While I was pregnant I started to study for the Hesi exam because I knew I was interested in the nursing field. First thing to do was for me to obtain my home healthcare certificate so I could go back to work faster, but after me doing that for about a month or so I hated it. When Camri was two months old I went and took my Hesi exam and I did really well!! I was happy because I had studied so hard and long, and I saw the rewards right in front of me. Once I took that test and enrolled into school I knew I was on the right track. Between then and now I have ran into a few obstacles, but as you can see I made it back and I couldn’t be happier. Camri’s father and I were together at the time, but things were really rocky and we technically didn’t live together so thing were a little harder for me. They weren’t hard in the sense of me not knowing how to deal with my daughter, they were hard because I was lonely and I wanted that father daughter interaction with them. The one thing I could always...
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