My First Blog

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THE COMPLICATED CHRIS SERIES:


So here I am on WordPress and I’m excited about it and yes the name of my page is complicated Chris because it’s based on the experiences that I’ve had with my most recent pregnancy of my only son.

I have two daughters they will be 11 and 10 this year and for some odd reason my husband and I decided that we wanted to have another baby a son what I did not realize when we made this decision was that I would have many complications with my son that we’re not to be seen by the medical eye but to be experienced in my physical and spiritual bodies.

My son was born February 15th of 2017 this year  and I had the date down pack from start to finish because we had planned this one unlike the previous two my complications begin at the beginning of the pregnancy comma unbeknownst to me I was still working out of the home at that time and was actually informed by my husband that I was pregnant because his eating habits have changed. I should have known right then and there that this was going to be a hell of a walk. In mid-august I decided it was time for me to stop working and to be with my family full time, and I tell you I am so glad that I did because I was sick my whole pregnancy. Morning sickness never went away and I swelled like a big balloon with a ton of helium, but I was okay with that as long as my baby was healthy and the slight chance that we were having a boy was also exciting. Funny thing is I did not know I was pregnant with a boy until I was close to giving birth, I pushed through anyways. Because my situation was a little complicated I received prenatal care when I was about 20 weeks along. I would never forget the day because I had complications even with seeing the doctor but I got things handled and was able to reschedule for the same day at a different Clinic. Of course the doctor ordered all of the standard test for pregnant woman and when we went to do the ultrasound for the first time my son was not cooperative. He was laying on his side and we were not able to see any of his extremities and of course he was just a 20-week fetus which made it all the more complicated. I and 35 years of age and with that comes complications so my doctor ordered me to go and have a more accurate ultrasound, little did I know that appointment I would never make. You don’t understand a different pregnancy until you go through the full pregnancy therefore I should have known at that particular time that I was having a boy because everything not just inside but also on the outside was complicated. I became frustrated over the next couple of weeks and felt hopeless about the situation but I never gave up because I wanted to make sure that my baby was healthy. The one good thing that I did get from that first visit though was a prescription for prenatal vitamins which I had not taken during my previous pregnancies and had not started taking during this one. I also understand that I put myself in a lot of these situations and could have totally handled the situation differently but my son is here now and I have so many stories to tell about him, no matter what issues that I may have had while pregnant and those that I continue to have in my post term I consider myself one of the luckiest woman in the world. Stay tuned for the rest of my story as I’m sure it will become more and more interesting with each post. Thank you so much for taking the time to read my first blog I am truly hoping that my story will help someone that may be going through what I went through and if that is the case then I am more than happy to share with you all.
Peace, love, and light to you all

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