No way! I'd hate to think of any parent doing that!!
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06-12-2011 18:13 #41
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06-12-2011 18:22 #43-
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no. if it was just pregnancy but who knows why this child is
my friend was kicked out at 15. she was on drugs, violent, dangerous.
she took a knife to her sister.
she made up stories about her mum beating her and admitted it was a lie.
she would not take any help and just kept running away. so they changed the locks.
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06-12-2011 18:27 #44
I could NEVER kick my own child out.. Even tho I would frown at the fact she got pregnant I could NEVER take it out on her or him. She is my child and I am going to help her raise her own child. I would hate to have kicked her out and she had an abortion because of what I did..
06-12-2011 18:29 #45
I was going to say something similar to BerylsMum.
If my daughter came home pregnant as a teenager I would support her through any decision she made and would encourage her to remain living at home in a supportive environment.
However her pregnancy would not give her a free pass to expose my other children to drugs, violence etc, and if the only solution was to ask her to leave then I would have to consider it.
06-12-2011 18:37 #46
I don't know about other states but in Vic..
- it's illegal to have sex if you are under 10 years of age
- it's legal to have sex between the ages of 10-15, as long as the other party isn't more then 2 years older or younger, or a person of authority.
- 16 + you can have sex with any age, but again, can't be a person of authority.
And no, I wouldn't kick my child out, I'd do whatever it is to support her decisions etc to the best of my ability
sent from my iPhone, so apologies for the typos!
06-12-2011 19:01 #47
If she's dumb enough to think that I'm going to pay for a baby that I don't want and that isn't mine, as well as pay for her and her boyfriend to live off me, she's wrong.
If she thinks she's responsible enough to be a parent she can move out or pay for all of it herself.
There's no lesson in "Don't get pregnant! But if you do, I'll do everything for you and support you for the entire thing, and you don't have to worry about anything"
06-12-2011 19:12 #48Caramelo
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06-12-2011 19:17 #49
06-12-2011 19:18 #50
My take on it is there are far worse things in life than getting pregnant. Hey, some of us on BH have actually wanted a baby or two. All we're talking about is timing, and I'm not going to put my child through hell for bad timing.
Whether my children are 16 or 60 I'll ensure they bring their children into a supportive environment, or I won't deserve the title of grandmother.
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