I can understand where this gal was coming from, how she missed being pregnant. She was told, explicitly, that she would never be able to have children because of a nasty case of necrotizing fasciitis that necessitated abdominal surgery. Then, along with that, she had irregular cycles, and somehow managed not to really have a weight change.
I can only imagine going to the hospital for a hernia, and finding out I was carrying a full-term ten-pound baby, and needed to have a C-section immediately.
I can only imagine her joy to find out that the doctors were wrong. At least, the joy she's going to feel once the shock wears off. If thirty-six weeks (my longest pregnancy) isn't long enough for it to feel real at first, fifteen hours definitely isn't.
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