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Thursday, July 26th, 2001

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4:49a
Introduction
well. hello everyone.

my name is chrissie, i'm 22 years old, and i'm due to be a single mom in ooh... 3 weeks (!!!)

the dad and i are ... on difficult terms, each trying to do what we think is best and butting heads every step of the way. he wants to be involved, but meanwhile we live half a country away. he is the cause of many a frustration but despite all that i'm excited and scared but fairly confident in my ability to do this mommy thing.

not nearly confident enough to think i won't be needing help from other people who've been where i am.

thank you all in advance.
5:55a
I should be asleep
But I woke up from a nightmare. I find out today whether or not I contracted Fifth's Disease from my little brother and if it affected the baby. Its not really harmful for adults, but can cause severe anemia in unborn children. My mother has a coworker who's 5 week old just passed from it. I am really scared. If something happenned to her...I don't know what I would do. Pregnancy is a strange thing. I can't imagine what it would be like to have a child. But I also can't imagine what it would be like not to have her.

Current Mood: anxious
10:42p
I am soo bored. I watered the plants feed the critters (a dog, and two cats, and a mini hamster, oh almost forgot the fish). Now I am about to turn off the water to the grass. My son is asleep and I should be but I think Tracey may drive out or not, but I think she will ( we have this wierd thing were we just know). Anyway so here I am and there is nothing the TV never is. I am anxious for school to start and get over with. The cat just scared the hell out of me. He runs around on top of my trailer then jumps down onto the swamp cooler and it makes such a racket. Well nothing much new here just bored out of my skull.

Current Mood: bored

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