Don received a letter from one of his wives and reading it to his friend Winston:

"I decided to go through with the pregnancy, and I had a baby, a son. "Your son. "I decided to raise him by myself because our time together "had come to a close.

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Come to a close is an idiomatic expression meaning:

To reach an end point.

  • If there are no other issues to discuss, then this meeting can come to a close. The play's lengthy run on Broadway comes to a close tonight.

(The Free Dictionary)

She is saying that she has decided to keep the baby and raise him by herself, (without the father) as their relationship is over.

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