In the United States, as of 2015, the average age of first marriages is 28 years old. That makes sense right? Out of college, financially stable, ready to “settle down,” so to speak.
However, that isn’t the case for everyone and it certainly wasn’t the case for me.
Cue: William C. Hill
Me and then-fiancee Branden, with my step-son, William. (2014)
During my freshman year, we were blessed with William.
Raising a baby while in college was never a part of “the plan” but it has been one of the most rewarding parts of my life.
It certainly wasn’t easy. There were so many nights dragging myself to school after waking up every two hours to a fussy infant. But William was a light in what was sometimes a very dark place. He was a constant reminder that I could never give up, as long as I had him smiling…
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