Of course not, never! I would support her all the way!
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06-12-2011 20:28 #61
Last edited by DQ; 07-12-2011 at 09:54. Reason: rude
06-12-2011 20:31 #62
We have children for life, not until something tough comes up like a teen pregnancy.
Why bother to have children at all if you are just going to turf them out when something happens you dont like.
07-12-2011 06:49 #63
Would I kick my 16yo daughter out cause she's pregnant? No way! But, lots of 16yo's leave home and/or get kicked out over various non-pregnancy related issues.
07-12-2011 07:16 #64Senior Member
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No. I believe in unconditional love and I would love my grandchild as much as my daughter so I would want the child looked after. I would reluctantly support the boyfriend too but he better be pulling his weight!
Obviously if the behaviours were not compatible with my other monkeys then I would need to rethink it!
07-12-2011 07:41 #65Senior Member
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I just really hope that this never happens.
I would be so annoyed/upset/angry/ashamed/ ...I feel ill at the thought!!!
I would still support her ...
07-12-2011 08:02 #66
I was a mother before I was 16, and my parents , although not happy with what happened, supported me through everything. They didn't pay for everything, or do everything for me either.
I could never kick DD out for falling pregnant.
07-12-2011 09:36 #67-
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im sad to think of the stress that some teens must feel! never allowed to make a bad choice, cant make a mistake or youll be abandoned.
07-12-2011 09:49 #68
Since i am not coping with her leaving me at 18. There is no way i kick her out at 16 or any age. But that me
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07-12-2011 09:50 #69
No Freaking WAY..
I will Not EVER tell my child she must choose between her own child or us.. Between becomming a mother and keeping a roof over her head.
If I did that I would consider myself not fit to be her mother..
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