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user banned 2 kids; Kingsport, Tennessee 11075 posts
14th Feb '12
Quoting Jessica Lagor:" You are entitled to your opinion and I respect that, but you are not entitled to attack mine and I am not obligated to delete my response to the person requesting advice."


You are not allowed to post pro-life propaganda in abortion survivors.
Please read the rules before posting in here again.

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
14th Feb '12
Quoting Jessica Lagor:" You are entitled to your opinion and I respect that, but you are not entitled to attack mine and I am not obligated to delete my response to the person requesting advice."


http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about545917.html Before you reply, educate yourself.

Amy {30+} 19 kids; Wisconsin 24541 posts
14th Feb '12

Respect the rules of the forum, don't troll thread to thread with propaganda that violates forum rules please

☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆ 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Washington 45756 posts
14th Feb '12
Quoting Jessica Lagor:" You are entitled to your opinion and I respect that, but you are not entitled to attack mine and I am not obligated to delete my response to the person requesting advice."

yes you are or they will be deleted for you

Joshua n Morgan Grierson Due September 24; Georgetown, Kentucky 19 posts
15th Feb '12

You do whatever you feel is best. Think about your decision and don't act out of emotional instability or the influence of your family. That child is in your belly and it would be your responsibility to take care of. Not theirs. Just think before you do. Good luck!

Shannee Due October 5; 2 kids; Calgary, Alberta 145 posts
12th Mar '12

If your heart is telling you to keep the baby then that is a significant reason to keep it. You can always do daycare and finish school and get a job and still be a great mother and not live with any possible regret. And once everyone in your family sees that baby born they will have a change of heart.

Cheyenne Bruder Due September 10; 1 child; Cheboygan, Michigan 84 posts
13th Mar '12

AT 5 weeks your baby has a heart beat. Its not just a clump of cells. keep it. I am in college for nursing and I have a son and I am pregnant again. Babies are true blessing and nothing beats walking into your babies room in the morning and seeing that light up face with a gummie smile .

Cheyenne Bruder Due September 10; 1 child; Cheboygan, Michigan 84 posts
13th Mar '12

AT 5 weeks your baby has a heart beat. Its not just a clump of cells. keep it. I am in college for nursing and I have a son and I am pregnant again. Babies are true blessing and nothing beats walking into your babies room in the morning and seeing that light up face with a gummie smile .

Lizz&TheGuys 18 kids; Texas 4438 posts
14th Mar '12

Fuck everyone else and whether or not they're disappointed with you! It's your decision and yes, it may be difficult, but you can get through it if you want to have this baby. Think long and hard before you do something you can't un-do. Best wishes!

MonkeyLovin' 1 child; Nebraska 417 posts
18th Mar '12

My biggest concern would definitely be school. If you think you can do it, and trust yourself enough to keep going until graduation and finding a job where you can support yourself, the baby, and the pricey loan paybacks, then it's completely possible and I say good for you.
But what happens if you miss just a little too much school, due to complications? What if you decide the baby takes up too much of your time and school just isn't an option "right now" - which in most cases really means ever. You'll still have to support yourself, that baby, and those student loans - even if you don't complete your degree.
That being said, in your position, personally, I would definitely consider other options - abortion, adoption, or...I guess that's basically it. :/ Good luck to you in whatever you choose.

whoknowsx New York, 1185 posts
18th Mar '12

Thanks Everyone for your replies... I guess I should have updated.



I decided to keep my child.



It was a hard decision, and I still question if it is the right one but Its the one my heart was most comfortable with.



Thanks for your help!

Amy {30+} 19 kids; Wisconsin 24541 posts
18th Mar '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting whoknowsx:</b>" Thanks Everyone for your replies... I guess I should have updated. I decided to keep my child. It ... [snip!] ... and I still question if it is the right one but Its the one my heart was most comfortable with. Thanks for your help! "</blockquote>




You did what was right for you... That's best congrats

TriciaTurner Due July 3; Texas 3 posts
18th Mar '12

I'm very happy you decided to keep it. I read every single one of the comments posted here. And everyone has had very valid points.
I know how hard it was to consider... I my self am going to school. My husband works full time AND goes to school full time. I'm not working; I have not been able to find a job in 4 years... and I know there will be struggles financially for a while. However, me being told since I was 16 that I would probably never have children, this was a miracle.
Sorry, I got on my soap-box lol.
I guess what I'm trying to get at is this:
Yes, there will be hard times, but there will be better times too.
There are always places you can go to get help with food and things like that for you and your baby if your family continues to be against it. But I'm pretty sure as soon as they hear the heart beat, or see the baby, they would melt. And you can always come talk to us when you need to! ^_^
Keep us posted on your progress. =big hugs=

Phallus Cranium cocksuck, LA, Sri Lanka 108782 posts
status 19th Mar '12
Quoting whoknowsx:" Thanks Everyone for your replies... I guess I should have updated. I decided to keep my child. It ... [snip!] ... and I still question if it is the right one but Its the one my heart was most comfortable with. Thanks for your help! "


I'm glad you were able to make your decision
Best of luck to you