Organized by: Nicolette Cole
I never believed I would become a single mom to my son Logan.For the longest time I thought I would never have children. I was getting older and thought it wasn't going to happen for me. That changed when I met his father last year in February. I admit things went fast, but I was happy and in love. I thought I found the love of my life. We talked about having a baby. There were a lot of ups and downs along the way. We loved each other, well at least I was in love with Logan's father. His family made me feel like family. But that all changed. There were complications with my pregnancy. I was hospitalized February 22, and because I had preeclampsia Logan was born six weeks early. It was a scary time. Logan and I could have died because of it. I'm so thankful to the doctors who saved us both. It was just one after another. Logan lost his paternal grandfather four days after he was born. Logan's father had to take over the family business and he asked me to stop working. I didn't mind because I was in a stable household. I was always a hard worker. I never thought I would be in my current situation. I left the house just to get air from our argument. I never thought he would say to me I don't want you at my home. I just felt like I was raising our son on my own. He never helped unless I asked him too. It was like he wasn't into his son. He decided to get into another relationship right after he told me to not come home. It's painful to hear what he says to anyone about me but I get through it because of our son. What kind of family loves you one day than try's to distroy you the next? Its hard, I'm living with my parents who are very supportive to Logan and I. They replaced everything Logan's father and family kept from him. I still have medical expenses that are not paid yet. I'm trying to get back on my feet. I'm taking it a day at the time. I'm not one to ask for a helping hand but I would appreciate it. If anything I simply ask that you keep my son and I in your prayers.