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Mommy+baby 1 child; South Carolina 402 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting MommyingWithGrace:" Seriously? because it's your child and because there is help out there. These issues can be temporary, ... [snip!] ... homeless due to the economy and being laid off. They are not all giving their kids up. That was kind of a crappy thing to say."

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GL♣PC♥BC 3 kids; Atlanta, GA, United States 9408 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyingWithGrace:</b>" Seriously? because it's your child and because there is help out there. These issues can be temporary, ... [snip!] ... homeless due to the economy and being laid off. They are not all giving their kids up. That was kind of a crappy thing to say."</blockquote>



Really, because I could think of many crappy things to say
For instance depending on my mothers life insurance..

GL♣PC♥BC 3 kids; Atlanta, GA, United States 9408 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♡Amber♡:</b>" Just because you can't provide for yourself right now doesn't mean things wont get better. That's why ... [snip!] ... all people pregnant or not. If something suddenly happened in your life where you became homeless would you give up your child?"</blockquote>




It's one thing to have unfortunate circumstance happen when you already have children

♡Amber♡ 17 kids; Georgia 336 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting hαmmers♣inc.:" It's one thing to have unfortunate circumstance happen when you already have children"


Umm... being pregnant means you already have a child. That child might be growing inside her, but it is very real to her. Just like when I was pregnant my child was very real to me and already very much a part of my life. You're talking about very permanent solutions to temporary circumstances.

MommyingWithGrace Beverly Hills, California 2427 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting hαmmers♣inc.:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MommyingWithGrace:</b>" Seriously? because it's your child ... [snip!] ... Really, because I could think of many crappy things to say For instance depending on my mothers life insurance.."


Say what? That wasnt crappy. She asked a question. I answered. I didnt tell her to give her child away. I could survive without my mom. I have for the last 4 yrs. My mom is just making sure if somethig happened that would be taken care of.

MommyingWithGrace Beverly Hills, California 2427 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ♡Amber♡:" Umm... being pregnant means you already have a child. That child might be growing inside her, but it ... [snip!] ... real to me and already very much a part of my life. You're talking about very permanent solutions to temporary circumstances."


You just hit the nail on the head.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting hαmmers♣inc.:</b>" I'm sorry, but why would one even think about keeping a baby if one can't even provide for themselves.?"</blockquote>




Wow :shock: :cry:

AmberTastic! 1 child; Wildwood, Florida 746 posts
3rd Nov '12

DH and I moved over 20 times in the 9 months I was pregnant.
DD is turning two next month, and we're still trying to find a stable home.

Motherofatoddler 1 child; Kansas City, Kansas 2518 posts
status 3rd Nov '12

I was the first 3m I snuck into the barracks with my husband every night and got food stamps. It was hard. I was to scared to go to a wemon help center.

Stephy B Due May 10 (girl); 64 kids; Tennessee 226 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting GL♣:" I'm sorry, but why would one even think about keeping a baby if one can't even provide for themselves.?"


Wow. So, this isn't an abortion thread, and I'm pretty sure that you don't have the right to try to make people feel like shit because of their actions, just because they aren't the ones you would take. That was really disrespectful.

smASHface 3 kids; 1 angel baby; French Lick, IN, United States 49792 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting GL♣:" I'm sorry, but why would one even think about keeping a baby if one can't even provide for themselves.?"


shit happens. Not everyone has a happy, easy, blessed life. I hate when people sit on their high horses and kick other's when they're down :roll:

Stephy B Due May 10 (girl); 64 kids; Tennessee 226 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting GL♣:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MommyingWithGrace:</b>" Seriously? because it's your child ... [snip!] ... Really, because I could think of many crappy things to say For instance depending on my mothers life insurance.."


Again, wow. Are you pregnant? Your hormones must be up, cause you keep coming up with the most bitchy things to say. She didn't say she was depending on her mother's life insurance, she only said that if worse came to worse, she had that option.

MommyingWithGrace Beverly Hills, California 2427 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting Stephy B:" Again, wow. Are you pregnant? Your hormones must be up, cause you keep coming up with the most bitchy ... [snip!] ... didn't say she was depending on her mother's life insurance, she only said that if worse came to worse, she had that option. "


Thank you! At least someone got it right.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyingWithGrace:</b>" Thank you! At least someone got it right."</blockquote>



I knew what you meant too mama. No worries. She's just trying to start crap.

i ♥ nora 1 child; New Jersey 1622 posts
3rd Nov '12

I don't agree with people living off the governent when they are capable of working. Pregnancy is not a crippling disease- and whoever brought up CPS is right. You are homeless and pregnant- you have few options.
Stick it out with your shitty in-laws while you get a job, move out once youve saved up enough to, and file for child support as soon as the baby is born. or, you can move back home and have support, love, and family surround you and your child.