The Birth of My Daughter
The birth of my daughter, Kimora Nevaeh Roberts changed my life forever.[This is a good starting sentence. It easily grabs the readers' attention. Nice work!] The difference in my life from the years 2009 until now showed the amazing conclusion to my life that has changed forever. Having to grow up and be a mother took me away from many things that I was once doing without a child. Being a mother adversely affected my way of living, my family, and my education.
Before this amazing birth of my daughter, I was clubbing at all the hottest parties, hanging out late, coming and leaving my house whenever I please because it was only me, and even spending money on unnecessary things.[You could start your paragraphs with topic sentences to show readers that your paragraphs supports your thesis.] Basically I enjoyed life as a young adult without a child to look up to me or depend on me. Out of all those things having a child was the last thing on my mind. I guess I really had no choice but to accept the fact that I was about to be a young mother and that not only I have to step up and take responsibility for my actions but I had to put my young, wild young adult life to be an mature adult because I now had an innocent human being that depended on me.
By this point, my life was being greatly affected; hot dinner; emotions and stress that was never, ever talked about; constant calls and visits between me and my child’s father. Suddenly, I had no sense of direction of my life or where I was headed to being that I now have a family of my own so I slacked up on a lot to get myself together. At first nobody ever talked about what I’m going to do with myself now that I have a child. I carried on as normal until I realized that I can’t depend on my parents or my child’s father for everything. I needed to take responsibility and do what I supposed to do as Kimora’s mother. I worked two jobs to support us, days at McDonalds and nights at the local...
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