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FeliciaAnn Due June 1; 3 kids; Washington 1333 posts
Dec 17th '12

didn't plan to keep it like an abortion? or adoption? I would offer to adopt the baby and hope she'd still want to be involved. However I bet that would be a lot of heartbreak for everyone over time.

user banned California 36390 posts
Dec 17th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jas ♥:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Jude the Super k******r:</b>" What if she.didn't plan to keep it?"</blockquote> I can't answer that because it would depend on the circumstances."</blockquote>




What kind of circumstances?

user banned California 36390 posts
Dec 17th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting FeliciaAnn:</b>" didn't plan to keep it like an abortion? or adoption? I would offer to adopt the baby and hope she'd still want to be involved. However I bet that would be a lot of heartbreak for everyone over time. "</blockquote>




Adoption

B( o )( o )BS! 3 kids; Oregon 25900 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting Just Emily :):" I mean why did her parents kick her out? Is she a selfish brat who wants to party and mooch while I watch ... [snip!] ... of the baby and be polite and respectful then sure. Eta: in the first situation I'd still take care of the baby if need be."


I'd do it especially in that case.

S♡J=Malachi 1 child; 3 angel babies; Florida 3278 posts
Dec 17th '12

I would but my son would have to work & if I had younger children my soon wouldn't be sleePing in the same room with her.

FeliciaAnn Due June 1; 3 kids; Washington 1333 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting Jude the Super k******r:" <blockquote><b>Quoting FeliciaAnn:</b>" didn't plan to keep it like an abortion? or ... [snip!] ... want to be involved. However I bet that would be a lot of heartbreak for everyone over time. "</blockquote> Adoption"


Well I'd offer to adopt the baby and hope that she would get on her feet and still want to be involved (like spending weekends with her) as the child grew up. It would be such a hard decision to make though.

InkDMomma 35 kids; Clinton Township, Michigan 27418 posts
Dec 17th '12

Absolutely. But she will pull her own weight around the house and my son will get some kind of job to support themselves.
I know exactly how it feels to be kicked out just because you're pregnant.

EnnaBennaBanana Due January 21; 3 kids; Maryland 6203 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting Jude the Super k******r:" got a girl pregnant and her parents kicked her out, would you let her stay with.you?"


Yes.
Although my son and her would not be sharing a room.

Lois. 1 child; Pennsylvania 2653 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting Jude the Super k******r:" <blockquote><b>Quoting FeliciaAnn:</b>" didn't plan to keep it like an abortion? or ... [snip!] ... want to be involved. However I bet that would be a lot of heartbreak for everyone over time. "</blockquote> Adoption"


I'd let her stay until a few months after she had the baby.
Just because it could turn into such an awkward situation for my family and my son. Chances are they won't stay together forever and I'd want him to have a shot at being a teenager and not have to worry about his ex girlfriend living with him.

Daniee 2 kids; 1 angel baby; South Hill, WA, United States 4855 posts
Dec 17th '12

Yes I would, if she was giving it up. I'd ask if I could adopt the baby. And speak to my son and be sure that's what he wanted as far as adoption because both parents have to agree.



Also I'd let her stay until she could support herself, I'd make her get a job! I'd give her a time frame from after the baby was born.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
Dec 17th '12

Yes, I would let her stay. Unless she was some kind of crack head thief or something.



I'd continue to let her stay when the baby was born, too. I'd be treating her like a renter, basically. If her and my son were having a baby, they would need to act like adults and I would be treating them like adults.



If she wasn't keeping the baby, I would still let her stay.

ღ Diana ღ Michigan 15726 posts
Dec 17th '12

Yes but she will be given the same rules as my kids are given. If she is old enough, she will be finding a job as well as my idiot son that knocked her up. Of course I will be a lot harder on my son because I would have hoped I did better at parenting and educated him enough.

Commander Shepard TTC since Aug 2016; 2 kids; Jacksonville, Florida 6447 posts
Dec 17th '12

Yes, whether she was keeping it or not. But I can't say that I would let them sleep in the same room. I know the damage is already done, but I don't think I'd be comfortable and would feel like I was promoting it.

Bad Things Blacksburg, SC, United States 21346 posts
Dec 17th '12

After talking to her parents and my son, yes.



Her parents would understand that they still would be responsible for all her costs and coverage of her insurance as well as understanding that I am not liable if anything bad were to happen to her while in my care.



I watch too much Judge Judy. lol.



She will also understand that she will need to be in school while living with me and getting some sort of income coming in as well by abiding my rules and cleaning up after herself.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting Commander Shepard:" Yes, whether she was keeping it or not. But I can't say that I would let them sleep in the same room. ... [snip!] ... the same room. I know the damage is already done, but I don't think I'd be comfortable and would feel like I was promoting it."

I think I would let them share a room. If they're going to act like adults(getting jobs, staying in school, not being fucktards) then I'll treat them like adults. Plus, I can imagine what that poor girl would be going through. If I were in that position, I would be feeling so alone, I would need to have someone there with me. I can understand why some people wouldn't be comfortable with it, though.