The love I have for my daughter.
I got pregnant at the early age of 17. I was lost and confused about how I, a child, was now going to raise a child. At the time my mother was incarcerated and I was living with afamily member. I was barely going to school. As the months rolled by, my mother was released from prison. Looking back at the thing I have been through and the struggles my mother had to endure in order to maintain a living, I knew I had to make a better life for my child. So I enrolled into a school called Georgia Chaffee Westport Tapp in Louisville Kentucky. Its a school for teenagers who either have a child or that is pregnant to go. They have a daycare on site u don't have to worry about childcare. This school is amasing. They care about each and every one of us. I graduated this year and now I am enrolled into college in the hopes of becoming an RN. I honestly don't know where I would be without her. She is my inspiration, my motivation and the air I breathe and without her I am nothing. I want her to grow up know she can do anything if she puts her mind to it. Alot of people didn't think I would make it. Alot of people put me down but the look on my daughters face give me no option but success. She will grow up know the success I have is fueled by the love I have for her. Mommy Loves you Emorii Khameil Sanders.