What do you think of the birth of a 3-year-old in an ____?
A little more than three years ago, in early March, I delivered my first baby boy.
At the time, the only medical professionals who knew about my condition were my doctors, who did not know I had a C-section, and my family, who were all told I would have a normal pregnancy.
I knew what that would be like, but it took time to come to terms with the possibility of losing my baby.
I also knew that I was a good candidate for birth-control, and so my family and I went on the birth-right-to-lifespan plan.
After four months of planning and praying, I had my baby, a healthy, full-term boy, named Joseph, in March 2018.
Joseph had a birth weight of 32 pounds and was born with congenital heart disease, which affects the lungs and heart.
I did not have the surgery I needed to save his life, but I was able to do everything I could to save him from a life of chronic pain.
Joseph is now 19 years old and lives with me in Florida, where we both work.
When I told my family that my pregnancy would be the start of a new chapter in my life, they were ecstatic.
They knew that they were not going to have to wait another five years to learn more about birth control.
The day I started seeing a doctor, they could not believe what I was telling them.
I explained that I had never had an abortion and that I would continue to use birth control until I found a partner that was willing to take care of the child.
I was told that it was too early to start using birth control, but that I should continue using it as long as I could.
After months of waiting for birth control to be approved for me, I was finally able to obtain it in November 2019.
I started using birth- control at the age of 28 and my life changed forever.
The next time I had sex, it was a condom, a birth control method I had not even considered using for a long time.
I used birth control for the first time the day I gave birth to my son, Joseph.
The birth of Joseph was one of the most exciting moments of my life.
The fact that I could control my own reproductive organs and the health of my son was a miracle.
In the years since, I have had more than a dozen kids and I am very proud of the work that my health care providers and friends have done to make birth control available and affordable to women across the country.
Now, my wife and I are trying to get birth-related education into every high school in the country, so women everywhere can be informed about birth-care options and get educated about birth.
We are also working to expand birth-awareness campaigns around the country and are pushing for a woman to get a birth-certificate.
I hope this new information will inspire women to continue using birth management and to give them the knowledge they need to know how to plan their pregnancies and have babies.
I want to encourage you to share this article and share this information to help other women learn more.
If you or someone you know is considering a birth, birth-support, or contraception option, please reach out to me at [email protected] to let me know how I can help.