Keep the baby! He might not even be around after a year or who knows when anyway...ask any mother that terminated it is not just a terminate and you will get over it...it will haunt you for a very long time.
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28-07-2012 16:38 #31
28-07-2012 16:55 #32wishes she was a glow worm. A glow worm's never glum, 'cos how can you be grumpy when the sun shines out of your bum?
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If I was in your position ild keep the baby. It's your choice not his. And this could be your only chance. Good luck with what ever you choose
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28-07-2012 17:03 #33
I agree with everyone else also.
I wish you all the best of everything.
I dont want to repeat all that everyone else has already said so I wont. But I totally agree with all of the comments.
Thinking of you.....
(why do men suck sometimes!)
28-07-2012 17:08 #34
28-07-2012 17:18 #35
Keep it if you have been having trouble to get pregnant anyway this may be your last chance... Keep it and it would be def wanted at least by you!
28-07-2012 17:22 #36
Please keep the baby and get rid of him. I have just been through something very similar and I'm sitting here typing this on my phone looking at my beautiful DD playing with her toys - to have her was the best and most right decision I have ever made. I'm 41 too if you want to PM. He is lying to you 'trying again in 12 months' is BS. Go with your heart!!
28-07-2012 17:26 #37
It sounds like you were prepared to raise a child on your own before. This might be your best chance of this. In your position, I would keep it.
28-07-2012 17:30 #38
I agree with everything everyone has already said. I would keep the baby.
28-07-2012 17:43 #39
Your baby will give you more love than you can imagine..
It's a no brainer for me. Good luck.
28-07-2012 19:27 #40
I haven't read the other posts.
Do you feel as though he's making you choose ? For me, that makes the choice easy.
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