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------------- DarkOwl85 3 kids; Illinois 560 posts
6th Nov '12

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May♥ 1 child; Texas 9183 posts
6th Nov '12

You can't post in TDC...

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
6th Nov '12

Quoting DarkOwl85 (Starlicious85):" First of all, lemme start by by saying Im extremly pissed of and have been crying for hours so this rant ... [snip!] ... the wedding. Ya'll may think im a bitch but trust me. if you knew the whole story, you'd understand my emotions. end rant"



You cannot post in the drama corner.
And you are immature. What your sister does with her life, doesn't affect you. If she is happy, good for her. How selfish of you to try and make her announcement of pregnancy and engagement about you.
Jealousy isn't cute.

Smokey_Taboo Due April 22; 1 child; California 5480 posts
6th Nov '12

oh wooooow...
many ppl have kids out of wed-lock, and my sil dated her man for 1month got pregnant and now has two kids.
he didnt have a home or job when they got pregnant and they are 26
but they are still together and in love!

They call me mama. 18 kids; La Verne, California 3222 posts
6th Nov '12

I know you don't want to admit it but you are defiantly a little jealous. N I'm sorry you are upset but honestly their is nothing you can do about your sisters decisions. Whats done is done. Try not to let it bother you.
I'm not trying to upset you either with this post... If I was in your shoes I could see myself feeling the similar...but I would know I was not only upset in my sisters poor decisions but admittedly jealous she was getting baby and that I really wanted one.



ETA- I'm a bit offended by the having the child out of wedlock comment. I'm plenty mature, much more than many married woman and I had my first daughter out of wedlock.

DarkOwl85 3 kids; Illinois 560 posts
6th Nov '12

t see the thing is a couple weeks ago their "relationship" was rocky and she was sick of him. but now ll of a sudden she loves him again? Shes not happy actualy. She didnt want kids for years. and no I am NOT jelouse. Im upset wih her for not being safe. and feeling like she "has" to marry him b/c she pregnant

DarkOwl85 3 kids; Illinois 560 posts
6th Nov '12

relize there are plenty of women out thier with xhildren out of wedlock, but she claims herself to be a beliver in waiting till marrige. she wore a purity ring for heavens sakes! She BELIEVED in children after marrige. And again..NO i am not jelouse of her having a bum for a BF whom lives with his parents and dosent own a car and has only just recelty gotten a min. wage job.

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
6th Nov '12

I understand how you're feeling and it's okay if you don't approve of your sister's relationship...you don't have to be supportive of her boyfriend to be excited for her pregnancy. I'm sure it really hurt her when you reacted so negatively. You might disapprove of her life choices, but she's still your sister, and nothing can change that. And this is your little niece/nephew.



It's just my opinion that babies should never be born a midst such hostility...having a baby should be a happy thing. It's not their fault, they didn't ask to be born.

*Bella's Mommy* Due October 29; 16 kids; New York 484 posts
6th Nov '12

Ummmmm I got pregnant out of wed lock so what I'm a shitty person? We were already engaged so we got married before the baby came. Its your sisters life you should be happy for her. As far as her fiance maybe he will get his shit together now that hes going to be a husband and a father. He could have just left her but hes being a real man and staying around on top of marrying her so the baby.comes into the world to a family. Grow up and stop with the jelousy.

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting DarkOwl85 (Starlicious85):" relize there are plenty of women out thier with xhildren out of wedlock, but she claims herself to be ... [snip!] ... of her having a bum for a BF whom lives with his parents and dosent own a car and has only just recelty gotten a min. wage job."


My children were born out of wed lock, and I work a min wage job, I don't own a car.... I guess I'm a bum!

They call me mama. 18 kids; La Verne, California 3222 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting DarkOwl85 (Starlicious85):" t see the thing is a couple weeks ago their "relationship" was rocky and she was sick of him. but now ... [snip!] ... years. and no I am NOT jelouse. Im upset wih her for not being safe. and feeling like she "has" to marry him b/c she pregnant "

Never said you where jelouse of her relationship situation but you sure are jealous she is pregnant and that your not or you would not be so defensive or would have even brought it up in the first place. You would have posted purely on her relationship and your disappointment. Not saying its bad thing but be honest with your self.

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting DarkOwl85 (Starlicious85):" t see the thing is a couple weeks ago their "relationship" was rocky and she was sick of him. but now ... [snip!] ... years. and no I am NOT jelouse. Im upset wih her for not being safe. and feeling like she "has" to marry him b/c she pregnant "


A lot of women don't want children when they're younger and then change their minds...it's called maturing. How do you know she's feeling that way? Did you ask her? People grow, and change. Maybe she loves him, and they're both trying to do the right thing for their child. Doesn't sound like you gave her much of a chance.

♥Mj&Daryl♥ (boy); 2 kids; Spokane, Washington 2392 posts
7th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting DarkOwl85:</b>" t see the thing is a couple weeks ago their "relationship" was rocky and she was sick of him. but now ... [snip!] ... years. and no I am NOT jelouse. Im upset wih her for not being safe. and feeling like she "has" to marry him b/c she pregnant "</blockquote>



Often I can go from being sick of SO to loving him in 5 minutes. Let alone a few weeks! I don't know many young people who want to get pregnant. SO and I were together for 3 months when we got pregnant, neither of us had a steady job or a place to stay.