My Memoir of Motherhood

My Memoir of Motherhood

Chantal Bellehumeur / Nov 13, 2019

My Memoir of Motherhood Did you ever consider aborting me my thirteen year old asked me one day I was always told that if a child asked a question it was because they were ready to hear the answer Aidan had always been able

  • Title: My Memoir of Motherhood
  • Author: Chantal Bellehumeur
  • ISBN: 9781499799873
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • Did you ever consider aborting me my thirteen year old asked me one day I was always told that if a child asked a question it was because they were ready to hear the answer Aidan had always been able to handle the responses I gave him to his inquiries when he got curious, which was often However, I wasn t sure what to answer when my son got personal The trust was, I Did you ever consider aborting me my thirteen year old asked me one day I was always told that if a child asked a question it was because they were ready to hear the answer Aidan had always been able to handle the responses I gave him to his inquiries when he got curious, which was often However, I wasn t sure what to answer when my son got personal The trust was, I had thought about getting an abortion the instant I found out that I was pregnant with him because I was only eighteen years old at the time, still in high school, and had been accepted into the university programme I wanted My handsome blond haired son stared at me with his brown eyes, patiently waiting for an answer I didn t want to lie to him, but didn t know how to tell him that his father and I had not planned to have him and that abortion had been my first thought when I looked at my positive pregnancy test back in June of 2000 How could I look at my loving son in the eyes and tell him that I didn t originally jump for joy and then happily announce the news to the whole world Obviously, I ended up changing my mind about getting an abortion and have absolutely no regrets about my decision This is my true story of how my precious son came into the world and changed my life I don t know what I would do without him Being a mother is truly the most wonderful thing in the world This memoir was originally published in the compilation book They Call Me MamaBear put together by Author Amber Royce.

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    About "Chantal Bellehumeur"

      • Chantal Bellehumeur

        I am a multi genre author who always loved to write but never thought about publishing anything until a friend of mine told me I should.Before that, I was interested in acting I performed in a couple of amateur stage showed and joined a Youth run Theatre Company I was also an extra in a few commercials, TV shows and movies.My love for acting soon got replaced with the love for my son I made him my number one priority I found it easier to write on my spare time than to work around other people s schedules to act I found that I had to use some of my acting training to write since I had to put myself in the shoes of the characters I created.I currently have 14 books available to purchase on Some of my work was also featured in online magazines as well as compilation books and anthologies I also wrote articles for a local newspaper.While I continue to come up with fictional stories or write about my reality, I encourage my son to so some writing of his own since he is full of good ideas and has a big imagination He reminds me of myself as a child.On a side note, whether you own any of my books or not, you can request a personalized digital autograph from me by going to the following link authorgraph authors c_Please visit my webpage author chantal bellehumeur.webFollow me on Facebook facebook pages Chanta


    887 Comments

    1. Memoir is a strange genre: it purports to be true, for better or worse, but it also must read with the flow and drama of fiction in order to be entertaining.Told in first-person, we get a strong, clear, warm voice of a woman experiencing motherhood--a reluctant motherhood, in fact, and all that implies. It is at times a difficult story to tell, but all is elevated by the interplay between the mother's thoughts, reflection, and introspection, and conversations with her son. It's an amazing sequen [...]


    2. A brave girl did a brave thingYoung, single, and pregnantChantal has to make a choiceDoes she keep the baby or abort itThirteen years later he son asks her "Did you ever consider aborting me?"Excerpt"The truth was, I had thought about getting an abortion the instant I found out that I was pregnant with him because I was only eighteen years old at the time, still in high school, and had been accepted into the university program I wanted. This is Chantal's beautifully told, true story, of having h [...]


    3. I am a huge fan of Chantal’s books so when asked to read and review this book I didn’t hesitate a sec to say yes. And as always I didn’t have to disappoint. The raw honesty of this story blew me away, the beauty of growing as a person made me cry. I think every woman, young or old, should read this story. As it is a proof that sometimes something magnificent can be born out of thin air, that even if the life does not always go as planned, there is a reason for everything. I can only imagin [...]


    4. As the mother of four children, the oldest of which was born in the same year as the authors son, I identified with practically every moment of this book other than the travel. The emotions she experienced being pregnant at such a young age and then the wonder that is our children once they have come into the world was captured beautifully. This was a very heart warming and real read and I am so glad the author decided to take this route and share her experiences as a mother with the world. I al [...]


    5. You have an amazing story to tell in this book! Thank you for allowing me to share it in They Call Me MamaBear. I'm happy you decided to put it into your own book and share it! Thank you for such a lovely opportunity, and I know that everyone who didn't read They Call Me MamaBear will LOVE your Memoir of Motherhood! :) Best of wishes! Amber


    6. A nice and very detailed memoir of single young parents who decided to keep their baby. When her son was old enough to begin to understand, he asked her if she had ever considered aborting him. She gave him a brave and difficult answer that he took with aplomb and they were able to get past it. It's not very long and is almost like looking through family's photo album of memories.


    7. I felt as if I were reading this author's diary. So many heartfelt, private, touching moments. From being a single parent, health issues, financial woes and a lot of fun this is a touching poignant story of a mother's love for her child. A great read for anyone.


    8. A Mother’s Life is Never DullThe author has experienced an interesting life to date, sometimes happy and sometimes not so happy, but always interesting. Still in high school, she experienced a shocking pregnancy. She pretty much decided that abortion was the best solution and booked an appointment at an abortion clinic. Fortunately, her boyfriend did not desert her. They changed their minds on the abortion and were blessed with a happy, healthy son which they both adored. The relationship with [...]



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