Today my mother and I were going to her friend house while we were in our away over there a car crash us for speed limit and texting he hit us so hard the he made my mom vehicle flip over with the four wheels up I came out out of the window I got cut in my knee, arm & hand the I had to get stiches and staples but in the moment all I care was for my mom n my baby thank god my mom didnt got injured and my baby is perfectly find just been positive to have a good and healthy pregnacy till my due date for me is a MIRACLE that we are alife and my baby is too ♥♥♥ (Sorry I just felt like sharing this)
Honey I feel you. When I was 18 weeks pregnant my family and I got hit by a diesel truck going full speed. Crushed the whole right side which was the side that I was on. My car was totalled. I am now 30 weeks with 2 healthy twin boys (: God is everything. I am so grateful. He want you to keep your sweet child ((:
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