The doctors told me I would never be able to have children. Robbie said he still wanted to marry me, but I was apprehensive.

We got married anyway and moved to a cute apartment above The Honey Tree on Market Street. Robbie worked at the local hydro plant and I worked in “The Honey Tree” children's store.

I began to feel sick and wasn't able to hold food down. I was losing weight. My boss talked me into consulting a doctor.

After going through numerous tests, the doctor gave me my diagnosis:

“Two Months Pregnant.”

I'm glad we got married.



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117 thoughts on “FFfAW-Marriage

  1. That’s exactly what the doctor told me! I was really happy because I didn’t want to have children! Then came the first, and the second! I would hammer the doctor’s head if I could remember him! πŸ˜‚

  2. Glad she was only pregnant! Sounds much like me although I did not have any morning sickness. Before we got married my husband wanted to know if it matters if we won’t have children because he could not have children. Lucky for me it happened and have a lovely son!

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