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Abby&Corey+1 Due July 27; Ontario 14 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Sam ☼:" The difference between "Lets eat Grandma" and "Lets eat, Grandma!" no... thats not important..... :)"


that would be called a comma, not an apostrophe, moron. and my phone wont let me use any capitals. thank you very much

user banned Beverly Hills, California 36921 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting AbbyL&Corey+1:" that would be called a comma, not an apostrophe, moron.
user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting AbbyL&Corey+1:" that would be called a comma, not an apostrophe, moron.
M Due August 28; 4 kids; Round Rock, Texas 464 posts
27th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting AbbyL&Corey+1:</b>" your an idiot. instead of trying to have a baby at 16 why dont you try to get a f**king job and finish ... [snip!] ... if you really wanted a to make a good life for your child, you would get off your ass, find a job, and move out of there. "</blockquote>




This!!! Agreed.

G R A C E 1 child; London, United Kingdom 2 posts
28th Jun '12

the main thing your baby needs is love, that comes over all.

Paging Dr. Google. 2 kids; Illinois 1640 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting G R A C E:" the main thing your baby needs is love, that comes over all."


Yes all a baby needs is love.... It doesn't need formula, or b**b milk, or diapers, or baths or clothes, or even hands.
IT NEEDS LOVE THAT IS ALL, KAYYYYY.

user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Paging Dr. Google.:" Yes all a baby needs is love.... It doesn't need formula, or b**b milk, or diapers, or baths or clothes, or even hands. IT NEEDS LOVE THAT IS ALL, KAYYYYY."


My thoughts exactly. It's a nice sentiment, but it's not reality.

Paging Dr. Google. 2 kids; Illinois 1640 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Philosoraptor.:" My thoughts exactly. It's a nice sentiment, but it's not reality."


Exactly. Love, yes, it's vital. But love does not feed, cloth, diaper, bath, or get up at night with a newborn.



I wish people would stop reproducing thinking 'all dey need iz luuuuv'.

user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Paging Dr. Google.:" Exactly. Love, yes, it's vital. But love does not feed, cloth, diaper, bath, or get up at night with a newborn. I wish people would stop reproducing thinking 'all dey need iz luuuuv'."


Of course you HAVE to love your kids, but it's definitely not the most important thing. Love doesn't pay the bills.



Which is why I'll be marrying for money, hahaha. My second marriage that is..

Paging Dr. Google. 2 kids; Illinois 1640 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Philosoraptor.:" Of course you HAVE to love your kids, but it's definitely not the most important thing. Love doesn't pay the bills. Which is why I'll be marrying for money, hahaha. My second marriage that is.."


:!:
:wink:

user banned Due September 9; 1 child; Japan 1 posts
29th Jun '12

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Bryony Noack 1 child; Australia 52 posts
4th Jul '12

Im in Australia and i've had freinds in similar situations of course not involving a pregnancy though but to me it sounds lik you and your boyfriend need to have a serious sit down and talk with his mother but first you have to confront him about how things are being handled ,Because frankly to me you sound lovely and like you've been landed in a tight spot in all directions. once you and him have the conversations you need to have together your both going to have to comfront his mum,She seems lazy arrogant and like she needs to get up offf her fat arse.
My mums unemplyed now not entirely by choice my mum worked overtime on night shifts as a manager of a brothel and was getting no help from noone not even her supposed friends she put up with abusive customers fraudualent backstabbers and a crappy boss whilst at home was dealing with the sense that my grandfather was dying i wasn't handling it and hated school and all this bullshit so now after a serious talk between myself and her and a mental break down she's left work and is technically classed as unfit for work.
Now thats my mothers reality, what ever be your boyfriends mothers reality either calls for social services to help clear it up fast before things get worse or find the full perspective and if its just her lazyness get out of ther fast otherwise she'll never let either of you leave.

AngelGabriel'sMama 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 2103 posts
9th Jul '12
Quoting HaileaNicole:"and Im almost 7 months pregnant, i cant work."

I worked until the day before I went to be induced. What's your excuse?



Aside from that, sounds like a pretty shitty situation.

user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
9th Jul '12
Quoting AngelGabriel'sMama:" I worked until the day before I went to be induced. What's your excuse? Aside from that, sounds like a pretty shitty situation."


Why are you dragging up old topics??

AngelGabriel'sMama 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 2103 posts
9th Jul '12
Quoting Philosoraptor.:" Why are you dragging up old topics??"

...Oh... didn't read into all of the comments so I wasn't sure it was. Just saw that part and responded...