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Good things come in twos for a hard-working Alabama woman, of dual-college-degrees, twin baby girls.
On Aug. 16, The Main degree from Nova Southeastern University in Florida, with a bachelor’s degree in cardiovascular sonography and a master’s degree in health science — an achievement all the more creditable, as the 23-year-old welcomed twin daughters on the program.
In anticipation of the exciting milestones of the Big names on Facebook to share the grand news, even though she never expected the July 20 post to go viral, with close to 3,000 likes and 1,000 shares.
On August 16, The Main degree from Nova Southeastern University in Florida, with a bachelor’s degree in cardiovascular sonography and a master’s degree in health science.
(The Big One)
The Mobile native and single mother of one, told Fox News that she started working on her dual degree program at Nova Southeastern in May of 2017, shortly after receiving a bachelor of arts degree in biology from Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University in the same year. Five months later, and 700 miles away from home, the woman was shocked to learn that she was expecting twins.
“My first thought when I found out I was pregnant was,” What am I going to do with a kid?'” Large, told me Today. “I was living in Florida, away from all my family and friends. Having children was never a thought of me. I wanted to pursue my college degree and establishing a career for myself.”
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“I knew it was going to be my entire thought process would have to be re-evaluated, and I just need to figure out what to do next,” she continued.
Even though the executive director of the Major in the academic program, telling her that it would be “almost impossible” to complete her degree, with two babies on the way, she’s remained laser-focused on her studies, attending class every day, quite literally, until the day I gave birth, by Facebook.
In May 2018, it is little why she called her makenna, and Makinlee was born via c-section. A week later, the Big one was in the classroom.
The proud mother, told Fox News that they never would have been able to weather the challenging season of life without the help and support of friends and family, especially her father. Her father was next to her, as a woman, and have always advocated the importance of education and his daughter was the first in their families to attend college.
“Through this whole journey, my dad inspired me the most, he was not able to physically be there. My dad and I are very close to each other, and are always inseparable from it after that my mother passed on when I was a kid,” Major told Fox News. “If I had an issue of wanting to drop out of school, he always encouraged me that it was worth it in the end.”
However, the board would be a reflection on the trip as “the most difficult year of my life” – balancing her studies and clinical rotations to take care of two babies on her own.
“During the course of that semester, I had a moment when I was asked to be in class from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and like every new mom, I don’t want to be away from my babies,” she told Today. “I physically felt and looked horrible. I was in pain in the body, and the incision of the pain, not to mention the lack of sleep.”
The proud mother, told Fox News that they never would have been able to weather the challenging season of life without the help and support of friends and family, especially her father.
(The Big One)
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“Honestly, it seemed like I was everywhere turned, there was another situation in which you try to stop me,” Major continued. “When the girls were sick, and I had to miss days to take care of them. If I just need a break or have school work to do, and I didn’t have to.”
In spite of the immediate obstacles, for the more energetic mother went to the encouragement of loved ones, and her endless love for her children is to her.
“I’m a completely different person since the birth of the” Grand told Yahoo Lifestyle. “I have to be honest, it’s a feeling that if it wasn’t for them I would not be the strong woman I am today. I would never want to be physically, emotionally, and mentally pushing myself in a way that I have been ever since they were born.”
Right now, we are looking forward to the completion of her clinical rotations and will graduate with a double degree later this month, with her twin daughters in tow.
“My father, brothers, sisters, children, and I am going to travel to ho chi minh city] in front of me in order to participate in the commencement ceremony in may. We will also be turning travel into a mini-vacation and taking the girls to Disney World,” the proud mother told Fox News. “I’m really excited to see them, because my father to take me to Disney World almost every summer, and now I will be able to do the same thing with my kids.”
After that, the Big and the small ones will move to a Cell closer to the family as a new grad to look for a new job.
While social media commenters have been largely congratulated for all of her performances, she admitted that there were a few nasty critics, but they could not break her spirit.
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“I don’t let the negative comments get to me, because I’ve done it and have been through so much in the past two years,” she told Fox News. “I will always be happy for me, because I have an education that no one could have ever had away from me. In the end, I will always be able to provide for my children.”
“I just want to be an inspiration to other parents, regardless of whether or not they are married, have, or do, all you need is to go for their dreams. Having a child is not the end of the course,” the Big thought, of her story, the more impact we can have. “You go through so many obstacles, but ultimately, you can do anything you put your mind to it.”