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deleted just.let.go. 17 kids; Tacoma, Washington 1134 posts
11th Mar '12

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Amber + 2♡ 2 kids; Kansas 19442 posts
status 11th Mar '12

I have never had an abortion, but I wish you the best and I pray things get better for you!

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
11th Mar '12

Do what you feel is best, mama.



Don't beat yourself up over what your life became, just learn from it, and use it as positive encouragement for your future.

BOUT2POP:!! 34 kids; Alabama 20 posts
11th Mar '12

Have you thought of adoption instead of ending the life? My cousin has been searching for years now she can not have any more children of her own and really wants to adopt.For someone like her your child would be a blessing and an answer to her prayers. She has one son and he is 4. please contact me if you can reconsider.

Monkey Nuts Australia 4572 posts
11th Mar '12
Quoting Keith+Laura+Rob+?=Family::"


This is AS! Your opinion is not welcome here.

just.let.go. 17 kids; Tacoma, Washington 1134 posts
11th Mar '12

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Amber + 2♡ 2 kids; Kansas 19442 posts
status 11th Mar '12
Quoting Monkey Nuts:" This is AS! Your opinion is not welcome here."


:!: Agree.



Be supportive of her decision or move on :arrow:

Monkey Nuts Australia 4572 posts
11th Mar '12

Hun,



You sound like you have come to a reasonable and informed decsion about a future for you and your daughter.



You need to do whats best for you and your daughter, and not some guy who is not treating you well at all. You shouldn't feel ashamed of what your doing, and you are entitled to have friends offer their support and love rather than judgement.

Vodka Knockers 1 child; North Carolina 8066 posts
11th Mar '12
Quoting Keith+Laura+Rob+?=Family::"."

Oh f**k right the f**k off. SHe's not ending a f**king life, she's voiding her uterus of a mass of cells.



ETA, got a little trigger happy: OP, do what you feel is right. If you honestly doubt you and your SO's ability to raise this potential child properly be it emotionally or financially, then I think you're making the best decision.

Vodka Knockers 1 child; North Carolina 8066 posts
11th Mar '12
Quoting Monkey Nuts:" Hun, You sound like you have come to a reasonable and informed decsion about a future for you and your ... [snip!] ... feel ashamed of what your doing, and you are entitled to have friends offer their support and love rather than judgement."

:!:
When my good friend had her abortion, her grandma and grandpa (They raised her) were a little upset at first, but when they stepped back and realized who the potential father would have been, they agreed with her decision.
Plus, I always had her back and I'd do it all over again if the situation ever arose where she needed another one.

MIssQ2007 2 kids; Ferndale, Michigan 172 posts
11th Mar '12

My 3 year old has the same kind of dad, i wish i could have picked a better dad, but accidents happen, not that Noah is an accident, i love him with all my heart. his dad just likes taking me to court to make me look bad bc he erks me in such a way all we do is argue, we have not been together for over 2 years now, we fought for a year over custody and now we ended up with joint, not my choice, i fought for full but the judge insisted that he is not a bad father because he doesn't beat Noah, i think that you should do what you feel is right, i have a lot of stress to deal with for the next 15 years, and i hate that, but i love my son, im pregnant now with another boy and this time around the dad is actually a good guy, so you never know what could happen when you least expect it.