Most Memorable Moment

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Most Memorable Moment

Memories, memories, memories some make you laugh, get angry, even cry but the one thing is for sure they all share a place deep in our hearts. I have so many memories but the one which stands out most in my mind, heart and soul is the memory of my son Alyxaiden Eric Nicholas Cano. He was born Mothers' day May 8th of 2011 at 9:50 am, weighing 7 lbs and 6 oz and 19'3 inches in length; absolute perfection. I was in labor with him 7 long painful yet worth while hours. It was the beginning of a new chapter in my life, the best and most treasurable one if you ask me. I can still remember the excruciating pain of pushing him out and how it all disappeared as soon as he was out, it was as if the unexplainable pain didn't even exist seconds before. My life was now complete and I felt alive again after all the tragedy in my past this was my turning point. I couldn't help but share the love & excitement my beautiful baby boy brought to my life, God surely out done himself this time. Bringing him home was one of the most exciting moments, he was finally here and I was a mom. Everything was a lot to take in all at once, sometimes I had to pinch myself to make sure it was all real. He woke up every two hours like clock work to be fed and burped. I breast fed him, more nutrition for him and less money for me. Being a young teen mom, going to high school, and trying to balance my time wisely was a lot on my shoulders but i managed and my family was extremely supportive and helpful. My grandmother who lived in Palacios, Texas would come stay most of the month to help me with Alyxaiden while i went to school during the week and my sister Erica helped also because she too lived with us. I noticed it was my first born son but it was also our families newest edition to the family and the best yet. I remember watching him in amazement as he first tried holding his bottle on his own, even tho I breast fed I also used a...
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