I am not pregnant yet.
I’m still waiting for the first signs of my baby, my husband said.
My husband has never met me before.
I am trying to find a man who will let me come in for the baby, and he has no idea what I’m doing.
I have never been in love before, I am told.
A man who has known me for more than a decade says that he is the best man I know.
A woman I met for the second time at the hospital says she will never be able to forgive me.
I can’t imagine life without my husband.
As the baby arrives, I have trouble holding my baby.
I think of him, and I can feel his tears, my eyes, and his voice.
When I was in my first year of high school, I tried to go back to school.
But the nurses would not let me go because I was still pregnant.
At the time, I did not know the term “pregnant.”
I thought I was pregnant.
I went to the emergency room because my baby was crying and it hurt so much.
I am a very good mother.
I know I’m a very bad mother, a nurse tells me.
My husband is not able to come with me to the hospital, because he is afraid of getting hurt.
He thinks he will get hurt and he will not be able get the job done.
He is scared of having a baby that is not his.
I feel like a bad mother.
It is important to me that I am treated fairly and fairly, he says.
He tells me that if I go back and give birth, my baby will be in a sling and I will be lying in the hospital for three days.
There is not much we can do.
I cannot give my husband the baby back.
I don’t want to give my baby back to a man I don: have had a child with.
He has been waiting for months, for his baby to come.
He has been in constant pain for almost a year.
The woman says she has been unable to get her husband to help her in her work.
She is not even sure if she can pay the rent on time.
In the hospital I get a lot of bruises and cuts.
There is nothing I can do to help my husband because I am too scared to give birth.
I do not know what I am going to do for the rest of my life.
I keep thinking about my baby and I keep crying.
I need to be with my baby all the time.