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My first time Being Pregnant

Updated on November 18, 2012

Learning about Being Preggers

Being pregnant for the first time can be scary but most of all it is the most beautiful thing that a woman can go through. Getting through all of the obstacles from being pregnant is totally worth everything!


Karli Alana

My Precious Angel
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When I got pregnant with my first child I did not know what to think at first. I was just turning 21, I just lost my job, I broke up with my boyfriend and I just did not know what I was going to do. I was feeling so anxious and scared I did not know how my life was going to turn out.

The First Time Hearing the Heart Beat

When going to my OBGYN doctor’s appointment I did not know what I was going to feel when I got to see my baby on the ultrasound for the first time. When I heard my baby heartbeat it was like music to my ears, and seeing my baby little heart on the screen was magical. I knew right then and there I was going to be the best mother that I could be.


Giving my Family a Chance

After watching my ex boyfriend (Brandon) how he was so caring and supportive about me being laid off from work and being pregnant, I knew that giving my family a chance was the right thing to do. Picturing my whole family together is what kept me going.



It’s a Girl!

Finding out that I was having a girl just turned my life around. I just could not wait to be a mother to this little precious Angel that was inside me. Not only could I not wait to be a mother, but I could not wait to hit up the shopping stores, I had my boyfriend save up his money just so I could finally buy something for my little baby girl.



I think it’s Time

Waiting for the arrival of my baby girl I was getting kind of scared because I was panicking about the birth part and how I was going to be a mother for the first time. My daughter was supposed to born on April 18, 2010 but of course she is stubborn like me and decided to get here two days late. On April 20, 2010 I told my boyfriend that I think it’s time to leave for the hospital, and his response was “I have to work in a couple of hours” and my response “well I am going to go have our baby.” After 14 hours in labor I finally had my baby girl Karli Alana 8lb 13 oz and 20 ½ inches long.



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    • KeriProctor88 profile imageAUTHOR

      KeriProctor88 

      6 years ago from Georgia

      Yes, she does. I cannot believe that they weighed the same too.

    • LaciKomula profile image

      LaciKomula 

      6 years ago from Indiana

      Wow, she does have alot of hair! My little girl weighed 8lbs and 13oz too, though she was an inch longer at 21.5in.

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