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I’m a young mom, just 22, and I’m fin­ish­ing off my BA Jour­nal­ism de­gree while car­ry­ing my baby. I some­times get funny looks from my fel­low stu­dents at univer­sity, but I don’t take them to heart any­more. I know that the most im­por­tant thing I can do for my baby is make sure I fin­ish my ed­u­ca­tion, so that I can pro­vide for her fu­ture. My baby will be born when my fi­nal ex­ams come up and I am as pre­pared as I can be for that time. My boyfriend and I live with my par­ents, so they are a great help to us. I’m so ex­cited to meet my baby, and fin­ish my stud­ies. Ev­ery­thing has hap­pened a lit­tle faster than I had an­tic­i­pated, but I have so much hope, and feel con­fi­dent that I will get through this with the help of my lov­ing boyfriend, friends and fam­ily. Thank you Your Preg­nancy mag­a­zine! I have read ev­ery copy avail­able since I found out I was preg­nant, and will con­tinue to read it even when baby ar­rives. Keep up the good work. LER­ATO MADUNA, AUCK­LAND PARK

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