The Day I Found Out I Was Pregnant It was on April 28, 2013, the most exciting day of my life. On this day I found out that I am pregnant. At first I didn’t believe it, but then it hit me. Later that day I had to tell my boyfriend the news. He was very excited, he said, “l can’t believe I am going to be a daddy! ” I knew at that moment that the rest of my life would never be the same. The more I thought about it, the more excited I became. I thought to myself, “There is a little boy or girl growing inside of my stomach that I will love for the rest of my life.
A single tear ran down my face from all of the excitement. As the day went by, my stomach started to get bigger and my love food soon dwindled down to almost nothing. Soon enough, I heard my baby’s heartbeat; it was loud and sounded like a sweet song from heaven. Tears started to fill my eyes as I listened a little bit longer. A few weeks later I had my first ultrasound. I walked into the doctor’s office nervous and shaking. As I walked into the exam room and laid down on the bed, my whole body was shaking, but as soon as I saw my little on the screen, my nervousness turned into Joy and excitement.
The doctor told me that I was 12 weeks and 4 days pregnant. I started to cry hysterically as I watched my little baby move around. About 8 weeks later, I had gone for another ultrasound to determine the gender of my baby. As I always did, I walked into the doctor’s office nervous as could be and shaking like a leaf. I waited for my name to be called. Soon I had gone into the exam room. First, the doctor checked to see if the baby had ten finger and ten toes. Next, she listened to the baby’s heartbeat to make sure nothing was wrong.
Finally, after having to try to get the baby to change positions, we found out that I am having a boy. My boyfriend and I were extremely excited and overwhelmed. We then decided that his name would be London Michael. Now I am 25 weeks and 1 day pregnant. Little London constantly moves around and is always kicking. At first, his kicks felt like little flutters, but as he got bigger his kicks became more powerful and strong. As I get closer to my due date, December 23, 2013, my stomach continues to grow and the amount of excitement also grows. Narrative Essay By Rainstorms