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First time & mother of 4. CXXXXXXVBHSGJ Uruguay 404 posts
26th Jan '12

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P3RvYmCp3rv 2 kids; Carlyle, Illinois 11904 posts
26th Jan '12

If you can't deal with the guilt of having an abortion have you thought about giving it up for adoption?

Smithjmonique052211 TTC since Mar 2014; 1 child; Goose Creek, South Carolina 5227 posts
26th Jan '12

I would personally go get abc vouchers and put the kids in school they are old enough. I would go get a job and I honestly probably would abort. Just try to keep your head up and think about the 4 kids you have to provide for now.

Baby ♥3♥ OTW Due January 11; 2 kids; West Virginia 11874 posts
26th Jan '12

Girl close your legs! Or get a IUD.

Smithjmonique052211 TTC since Mar 2014; 1 child; Goose Creek, South Carolina 5227 posts
26th Jan '12
Quoting Sucking dick:" If you can't deal with the guilt of having an abortion have you thought about giving it up for adoption? "


An open adoption is a good idea.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
26th Jan '12

If you can't afford this baby, money wise or time wise, I would recomend getting the abortion. It isn't fair to you, your fiance or your other children to accept the financial burden and to spread your time/attention so thin. It's your choice, but I'd suggest you make it within the next week or two so that if you choose abortion, you can take the pill instead of doing the surgical procedure if that's what you would prefer. Oh, and whether you decide to abort or continue with the pregnancy, afterwards you really need to get on some birth control.

Baby ♥3♥ OTW Due January 11; 2 kids; West Virginia 11874 posts
26th Jan '12
Quoting Sucking dick:" If you can't deal with the guilt of having an abortion have you thought about giving it up for adoption? "


I agree. If you dont think you can handle it try adoption. But PLEASE get an IUD so you dont have to keep going through this.

user banned 2 kids; Grand Rapids, Michigan 21095 posts
26th Jan '12

I would probably abort honestly. Whatever you decide I wish you the best.

user banned 2 kids; Kingsport, Tennessee 11075 posts
26th Jan '12

In your situation. I would abort.
Best of luck to whatever you decide.

CXXXXXXVBHSGJ Uruguay 404 posts
26th Jan '12

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user banned 2 kids; Kingsport, Tennessee 11075 posts
26th Jan '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommy Of 4♥:</b>" we can financially 100% provide. He is native american so him & our kids get money but I don't think ... [snip!] ... my time to our kids our from 3 1/2 years old to 3 months. My babies are still babies they need as much mommy time as possible."</blockquote>



Then id abort hun. It seems like the best option. And the fetus is in fact incredibly tiny. Have you called planned parenthood or anything? They have counselors and they will also walk you through what will happen.

CXXXXXXVBHSGJ Uruguay 404 posts
26th Jan '12
Quoting FaithLovesYou16:" If you can't afford this baby, money wise or time wise, I would recomend getting the abortion. It isn't ... [snip!] ... Oh, and whether you decide to abort or continue with the pregnancy, afterwards you really need to get on some birth control."


Yes I would prefer the pill. I was waiting for this period to get on b/c but it never came that WILL be my FIRST priority when this is over.

user banned 2 kids; Grand Rapids, Michigan 21095 posts
26th Jan '12
Quoting Mommy Of 4♥:" we can financially 100% provide. He is native american so him & our kids get money but I don't think ... [snip!] ... my time to our kids our from 3 1/2 years old to 3 months. My babies are still babies they need as much mommy time as possible."


Being able to provide emotionally is IMO more important than financially even. It sounds like you know what would be best for you. I hope you find comfort in your decision and I am here if you need to talk.

Smithjmonique052211 TTC since Mar 2014; 1 child; Goose Creek, South Carolina 5227 posts
26th Jan '12
Quoting Mommy Of 4♥:" Yes I would prefer the pill. I was waiting for this period to get on b/c but it never came that WILL be my FIRST priority when this is over."


Maybe try mirena (5 years) or paragard (10years). I wish you the best of luck. I'm 19 as well.

Baby ♥3♥ OTW Due January 11; 2 kids; West Virginia 11874 posts
26th Jan '12
Quoting Mommy Of 4♥:" Yes I would prefer the pill. I was waiting for this period to get on b/c but it never came that WILL be my FIRST priority when this is over."


I wouldnt trust a pill for you. You need something that is long term that you can forget about.