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After being told my insurance wasn't going to come through and help me with this pregnancy it has been such a challenge to get on another insurance.
The insurance company wants my CIB (certificate of Indian Blood), my social security papers, income, proof of work, AND proof of pregnancy.
First off!! I'm sporting a baby belly!! Just check the "yes" box!
Second!! How am I suppose to show more proof of my Indian Blood, unless they have DNA from Geronimo they can try and match up then ill do my best. But right now... They need to deal with the piece of paper that states my enrollment in my tribe.
Third!! I have a job so I won't be smooching off social security. Ill be paying. Shouldn't that be fair enough!
I spent all morning sitting in the social security office with screaming kids, ppl coughing and I was beyond hungry. I had number 412, and they were at 139. Lol such a drag!
By the time the Census office kept messing up my name on my CIB I had reached the peak of my hormones. I was now in crying mode.
Surprisingly my baby's dad was with me from start to finish. He had snacks, hand sanitizer and didn't fight me on choosing the place to eat for lunch. He was for once useful.
And since I was off for today only.. I won't be able to pick up any papers that will be ready. So he's doing all the run around a for me tomorrow.
Ahhh sorry. I needed to vent and use "exclamation marks"
Aww, I'm sorry you're having to go through that. I was having an insurance problem that made me cry at the doctor's office, too. Everything worked out in the end, though, and I'm sure it will for you, too! Hang in there!