My daughter

 Author: James

 Date uploaded: 27th March 2016

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When I was back in college, I had a relationship with a young woman that didn’t work out. However, after we broke up, I found out she was pregnant with my baby. I tried to get back together/help out, but she wanted nothing to do with it. To keep this as short/direct as possible, she committed suicide, and my unborn baby died with her. Flash-forward 24 years later, and I am getting divorced from my wife, who is being difficult about me seeing my children. I was very depressed and angry, and was not in a good place. I found myself thinking about my child, by that old girlfriend, and how it seemed to me that women were always trying to keep me from my children (as I said, I was not in a good place). I was also thinking about what might have happened to the baby’s spirit after her mom had died. I was sitting on my living room couch, staring out the window having these thoughts, when out of nowhere, this young woman, who looked to be about 24 years old, suddenly appeared in my front yard. I remember looking at this person, thinking she looks an awful lot like my old girlfriend from college, but, she was taller, her hair was my color, and her eyes were mine as well. She looked at me, smiled, and then disappeared. Startled me so bad, I ran out into the yard to see if she had somehow walked on down the street. She hadn’t… she just disappeared. At that point, I started putting the pieces together. It became immediately clear to me that this was my unborn daughter, showing me that she was fine. Showing me that things were ok with her, and that I would be ok. I have NEVER forgotten her since. It’s become very clear to me that we exist as spirits, before we become living human beings. We choose who we want/need to be with before we ever come into this world. Even though I never got to meet her, as a living person, this beautiful child of mine made a point of being there for me when I needed her most. This 1 interaction changed me for the better in so many ways.


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