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I couldn’t stop the car from taking him away from me as much as I wish every day that I could. I will always however be thankful for the time that I did have with him. He was the love of my life and we spent a beautiful 25 years together. We may have not had the most conventional beginning but neither of us would have changed it for the world. We had to get married quickly to keep our parents from knowing about our first child was not conceived after marriage. When I took the pregnancy test my lovely, Zachary was overjoyed. He picked up the test and began jumping our bedroom. He was happy to be a father and I was afraid he would blow our secret before the wedding. We were lucky with how early we found out and that most of the wedding was already planned. The rest of the wedding had to be thrown together as quickly as possible but it didn’t change how amazing it was. It was all worth it though when I first held my baby boy in my arms. 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