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    I'd be really upset to be honest. But having said that, I would support them in their decision - I would let them live at home for awhile but would expect that they start studying or working maybe after the baby is one or two. They would need to start doing things to be able to provide a good life for their child.


    I only have boys - so if one of my boys got a girl pregnant I would be again - really upset. But I would insist they step up and support the girl in whatever they decide.

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    Thanks I'm glad I've done it on my own my Lil man is my rock through this n thin. ATM were in hospital kids ward after he had bad asthma attack last night

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    my first..

    hey at least she was younger.

    I would support her help her stand on her two feet i wouldn't give her everything but i would always be there for her. help her get through it, and then hopefully help her if she wanted to go back to school/uni (ie: child care etc)

    But like PP have said if she didnt want the baby i would support her in that as well.

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    Just thought I'd let you all now that I MC anyway. Looks like I don't have to face mum after all.

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    I am so sorry.

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    Default How would you react if your daughter were 18 & Preg?

    Quote Originally Posted by rosengold111 View Post
    Just thought I'd let you all now that I MC anyway. Looks like I don't have to face mum after all.
    Oh, big hugs xoxoxo

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    Thankyou guys. Unfortunately now, I want to be pregnant again more than ever! But I'm taking it as a sign ...

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    Default How would you react if your daughter were 18 & Preg?

    Oh I'm sorry for your loss

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    Default How would you react if your daughter were 18 & Preg?

    Congratulations! Have you told your mother yet?
    I was 22 and even though we had been together for 4yrs, living together for 3 and was engaged for a year before falling pregnant but my parents didn't take it very well when I told them at 4weeks.
    My father screamed and drove off, wouldn't talk about it or allow the pregnancy being mentioned in front of him till I was about 12weeks. I guess the 12week scan made it more real to him.
    My mum wasn't too happy but was supportive, was surprised that I wanted to keep bubs and that both me and partner were over the moon about it. Around 28weeks was when both my parents started to get excited.
    Now, bubs is 3weeks old and my parents absolutely love him! They're baby crazy and want to see him every day. They're even on my older sisters back about having a baby now. Lol.

    So hopefully even if things don't go down too well hopefully after the initial shock is over your mum will be great about it

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    Default How would you react if your daughter were 18 & Preg?

    Oh crap, sorry about your mc. Only just saw that after posting


 

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