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" My boyfriend, Rob,* and I had been holding hands in a dimly lit bar, and I was happily sipping a mojito when he spoke.
My heart started to beat faster at the nervousness in his voice.
What followed is a blur of tears, but I do remember the text message I sent him from across the table; I was crying too hard to speak. "I still luv u."Only a month before, Rob and I had decided that after a year of on-and-off dating, we were really in love. Rob was smart and kind, and we shared a sense of adventure. While trying to end things with Allie, he'd slept with her once, believing she was using birth control; he had told me about the slipup before we committed to each other.
Her news decimated the perfectly sequential life plan I had been preparing since practically forever--move in together, get engaged, get married, have a child, follow with more children, live happily ever after.
Fortunately, our situation has become easier since the birth. "But I also think you have no choice."As bitter as I sometimes feel, I know caring for a child alone is beyond difficult.
Allie, who knows Rob is in a relationship, allows him to visit their daughter whenever he wants. Many mothers struggle financially, whether Dad is involved or not.
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Which is why it was such a relief when he recently said, "I can't wait until it's us waking to the sound of crying, rolling over and mumbling, ' It's your turn.'"I'll admit, I can't wait either.
And by then, Rob will actually know how to change a diaper.
It seemed like Rob and I were no longer in the same category as humans: He was a parent; I was not.