After a lot of hard work and convincing, Edward and I finally broke our boundaries that he was so careful of. It was the most amazing thing I have ever experienced in my life. It felt like I could see the world in a whole new dimension. I'm sure I am exaggerating, but with Edward, it's hard to be sure. It has been a month and a half since then, and I've been nauseous, horribly nauseous. My back and my breasts were sore and I felt like I couldn't sleep. I thought I knew the problem, and I had to convince Edward to go hunting with his family for the weekend so I could find out for sure. I didn't think it could be possible. I made a doctor's appointment to find out what's going on with me. I jumped in my old truck and drove to the only clinic in town. I checked in for my appointment and settled down in the waiting room. I was sitting for ten minutes when the doctor finally came out.
"If you'd come into room three please, Miss. Swan." The doctor said. I followed him into the room, and he did the usual procedures when someone would come in. I told him all about how horrible I've been feeling and he mused quietly to himself. I'm sure he knows my dad. He handed me a cup. "Please fill it so we can run a pregnancy test." My mind swirled with the idea of being pregnant. It couldn't be possible. Edward's a vampire. My body didn't want to function as I returned from the bathroom and waited on the table. The test would take about five minutes to have a secure result. The time was agony. He came back in and looked at the little palette. He smiled to himself and turned to face me completely.
"What is it?" I asked, twirling my fingers anxiously in my lap. He chuckled softly and ran his hand through his hair.
"Congratulations, Miss Swan. You're pregnant. I'll need to do an ultrasound to find out just how far you are. We can get you a recommendation of good prenatals to take." He kept going on. My mind felt like it had stopped working completely. I wouldn't be able to breathe if my body didn't do so involuntarily. I felt myself start to hyperventilate before the world went black.
I woke up on the bed in the treatment room. I sat up slowly, my head still aching from the recent news. "Are you okay, Miss. Swan?" The doctor asked. I shook my head and grabbed my bag. I got out of there as fast as I could.
I got in my truck quickly and drove home. Edward can never find out. He never wanted kids. That's why he said he was glad vampires couldn't have kids. He'll be so ashamed of me. I should have been on the pill. I have to leave. That's the only way it'll work. I can't get rid of my baby. I already feel so connected to him. Him, I mused quietly to myself. I made the fake decision to go to Angela's so Alice would not see what was coming. I parked outside Charlie's and ran upstairs to get my stuff together. I grabbed as much as I could possibly fit into my two duffle bags. I left Charlie and note and then drove over to the Cullen's to leave a note there. I couldn't leave without saying goodbye. At least it was something. I was driving down their driveway as fast as I could. I got out onto the main highway when I saw something run into the road. It looked like a person. The scream left my lips as I swerved and headed straight towards the tree line. I felt my head slam against the steering wheel as I blacked out.