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It Wasn't Enough Chap:15My family were over the moon when I got home, they couldn't have been happier. It's strange to think that. You read all these stories of parents kicking their children out once they become pregnant, or forcing them into abortion; and yet my family were persuading me to keep the baby. I feel so foolish now looking back on what I was going to do. As I sit here absent-mindedly rubbing my swollen stomach while doing my homework, I think towards the future. So this situation may not be perfect, I can't imagine it any other way. Once I get to about five to six months pregnant I'll switch to being home tutored by my mother. She'll help me raise the baby for as long as I need her to. When I am old enough, and feel fit to look after the baby on my own, my father will generously give me some money to get on my feet and find a house for me and my baby. I think I'll still stay in South Park; there are plenty of places to live here, what with all the mayhem that goes on, a lot of people choose not
It Wasn't Enough Chap:14As soon as I step out of the clinic into the cold air, I take a refreshing deep breath which helps relieve my tense stance.I go to take a step forward and make my way home, but the dizziness overpowers me; so instead I am forced to grip the wall and slide down to the floor. This is most defiantly a day I don't want to go through again. Thinking to myself, there's only one question that swarms my mind: have I made the right choice?I'm just a kid, but I know that going through months of pregnancy for the end point to be holding a baby in my arms would be amazing; maybe the greatest feeling in the world. I can do that later though
when I'm ready. I don't want to think about it anymore, I feel in no frame of mind to. Instead I sit and watch the life around me unfold, letting my mind rest from its racing state."Kyle
Kyle!" Jerking my head to the source of the sound, I'm welcome to the sight of Stan rushing towards me, but then I frown
as Cartman following not too far behin
It Wasn't Enough Chap:13While I sit nervously in the slightly padded seat in the waiting room of the Unplanned Parenthood, I drum my fingers on my knee and think of what's to come. I'm still only sixteen; I've got loads of decisions left to choose from for my life. Having this baby would only limit them. I could follow my dad as lawyer like my family wants me to. Whereas I could do what I want, which would be something involved with the Denver Nuggets. I gave up on wanting to play with them a while back; I can see I'm never going to be tall enough. I could always be a psychologist. That'd be cool, I did once read like, all psychology books ever written. Yeah, I'll be a psychologist, then after I'm done with my education and have got a stable job, then I'll meet someone. We'll settle down, and one day, maybe while it's raining outside and we're stuck in sitting on the window sill where we're watching the rain fall down, he'll just pull out a ring and ask me to marry him, and of course, I'll say yes in a heart