Best Fake Friend.

Dear Diary,
I'm storm and I've just turned sixteen. I'm in love with my best-friend Blake. I don't know what to do. His girlfriend is the definition of S.L.U.T. She constantly starts her crap with me. I just don't understand what he sees in her. I wish, just wish he could be mine.

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9. The Second Trimester, (13- 26 Weeks).

Dear Diary,

So, I'm about 25 and a bit weeks into my pregnancy. The pain is getting worse. The stomach cramps are killing me and my stomach is getting bigger. Being pregnant is now becoming noticeable. The weird thing is, I know many people that have been pregnant, and they haven't been told that they're having twins, which makes me excited, as it makes me feel like a one of a kind. 

I went for my 21 week scan, and they told me I was carrying twins. It was odd though. They told me that they could hear the two different heartbeats and see the two different heads, legs, and arms, but the one thing they couldn't find, was their hip separation. They warned myself and Blake that the twins could indeed be joined at the hip. We were also told we had a boy and a girl, which we were both over-joyed about as I wanted a boy, and Blake wanted a girl. 

At the scan they told us that at the next one they would have to check again, as it was too early to tell straight away what the problem was. Blake has been pretty paranoid since then, but I've kept my cool. I've kind of had to if you think about it. I have to stay strong, for everyone. I don't care what happens. They're my babies, and if they are really conjoined twins, I will do anything I can to help them live a normal life, even if it means a life-threatening operation. 

Blake doesn't really agree with my thoughts. He doesn't have to. If he doesn't like what I decided to do with MY children, then he can jog on. Obviously if the odds really aren't in their favour for the operation then I might not go through with it, but the only problem is, they're opposite sex... If they stay joined it's not going to be very easy for them as they get older. Yes, the risk of the operation may decrease as they get older, but what about when I have to start potty training them? What then? I can't do both at the same time... What about when our little girl starts to develop breasts, and they have to get changed together? It just won't work out, and I would/ will do ANYTHING to make sure they can have their own privacy, and not have to go where the other one wants to etc. I'd rather them have an operation when they're young, than older. It's OK Blake saying that because they were born that way, they'll adjust, but they wont. What about when they go on into later life? They'll have to plan their careers, and their whole lives around each other. I couldn't live with myself if I knew I could have helped them in anyway possible. That's why I've made the decision I have. With or without Blake's blessing. 

My mother and father completely agree with me, Blake's mother and father however, are not so keen on the idea. They told me that they think I should get rid of while I can, but I'm not going to do it. I am grateful though, as they also said that no matter how the twins turn out, they'll love them all the same. 

I'm keeping the twins end of.

Well, I'm going to bed, 
Had a long day today, shopping for twice the amount of stuff.
Goodnight. 

ѕтоrm

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