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What do you do if you are under 16 and pregnant and want to move in with your 18-year-old boyfriend but your mom will not agree to it?
u should just tell her that you really love the guy and want him to be part of your life and your babys life you don't want the babi to grow up without a father my moms was the same way but now shes gotten used to the idea! good luck! Tiffany k.(garcia) If I were you then I would talk to your mom again. If she says no then I would listen to her because first of all your under 16 and he's 18. That's statutory rape.If you were 16 then it would be o.k. but your not. Somebody could tell on him and he could go to jail. It doesn't have to even be your mom it could be someone like your teacher or anybody else. I know you love him and you're pregnant but just live home and he can go over there anytime to see the baby. Your mom can't tell him to not come and see his kid. It's not like she is stopping you from being together. You're a minor which means that your parents have control over where you live and who you see. The fact that you're pregnant makes no difference, in the regard that *you are still considered to be a minor*. Now, I'm sure that fact doesn't please you. I'm also sure that your mother is not pleased by the fact that she's about to become a grandmother. And no doubt, she'll spend a great deal of time and money helping to raise this grandchild. So what should you do? Listen to your mother. You've probably already made her angry enough by getting pregnant, do you really want to make her more angry? Do you want to give her a reason to call the police on this man? If you move in with him without her permission then she can have you picked up and have him charged with something along the lines of 'contributing to the delinquency of a minor'. Then someone (be it your mom or the police) might mention the words 'statutory rape'. In just about every state, someone under the age of 16 has not reached the 'age of sexual consent' so this man has committed a felony by having sex with you. He could go to prison for that. It would be easy to prove his guilt, because once that baby's born a DNA test will prove that he's the father. Use your brain! Don't give your mother a reason to become any more upset than she already is. Take time to let your mom adjust to the situation. Let her know your boyfriend is her grandchild's father and you want him to be a part of yours and your babies life and you want her to be included in your new family. A lot of times in this situation many people act on emotions and do not take the time to think. Your mom may be worried about not being able to help you through the pregnancy, also you'll need her help and advice after the child is born.
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Answer No, not without written notarized permission from your parent(s) giving temporary custody to a qualified adult. In most states temporary custody is d…efined as three months or less. Any adult aiding and/or allowing a minor to reside in their home without the parents and/or authorities being made aware of the situation can be subjected to criminal and civil penalties. Other consequences pertaining to such an action depend upon the laws of the state of residency.
What should you do if you live with your mom and her husband who is abusive and you are 16 and pregnant and can you move out to live with your boyfriend?
Answer I'm 16yrs.old and I was never pregnant but my mom had an abusive husband and I went and stayed with my boyfriend so if you feel like you can make it living… with him you should try it if not forever but at least for a little bit. If you feel like staying there with your mom and her husband is stressing you out then leave because you could hurt your baby and no pregnant person should stress
Can a 17-year-old girl who is 7 weeks pregnant move in with her 16-year-old boyfriend if her mom does not want to see her?
Answer . \nI can understand your mother being angry, but shocked that she can't see past the anger and deal with you and your pregnancy. Married or not, a young woman that… is pregnant feels the same things a married woman does when pregnant.\n. \nYes, if she has basically stopped talking to you, you don't live with her and your father isn't around to disapprove you can move in with your boyfriend. However, please be careful, because it's difficult renting an apartment, paying medical bills, and other bills, and all those doctors visits, and more than not, the young couple end up arguing constantly with each other due to the stress of it all.\n. \nIf you have a good family member you could stay with then I suggest you do so, but this doesn't mean you can't still see your boyfriend. Even at 16 he is responsible as well to help pay for the needs of that baby and most of all, the love that baby deserves.\n. \nThe other option is adoption. You have a lot to think about and if you want further help in this area please leave another post.\n. \nGood luck hon\nMarcy
If you are 16 and pregnant can you become emancipated if your 18 year old boyfriend agrees to support you?
Answer Well if he got you pregnant, he could go to jail!!!! If he is the father.
You are 16 living in WI your boyfriend is 18 and lives in MN you are now pregnant and want to live with him and he is willing to support you but your mom does not agree what do you do?
Answer You learn from your mistakes.
If you are 16 and pregnant how do you get your mom to accept your 15-year-old boyfriend so that you can be together?
Answer 95% of females in there teenage years are normally more socially and emotionally advanced than males, so my first question would be, what happened to the girl to… be so delayed in both or either area that she would find so much in common with a male younger? Ask your mom why and have her write these answers on paper, this will hurt most likely but then you would know what areas you need to work on to be as close to your female same age peers. Truly give it 3 months to improve these areas, and limit your time with boy severely, after three months than once again have social contact with same boy, does he seem very immature to you?, and i do not mean sexually, male puppies can have sex in 3 months after birth so do not go there if that is what you thought is a point in his favor for maturity. Does he have personal problems of his own that make you seem to be almost always sympathetic to him and your trying to do or say things to make him happy? When you are with him did you laugh and smile more than half the time? Did it seem like you felt like you were carrying all the load in your conversation? Now here is the rarity, and i mean rare. sometimes a girl will find a younger male in his teens who may have lead so far a very emotional life that he had no choice to grow up fast. Downside these are usually depressed people, loners, or over actors in school like class clowns, they may make you laugh but when you look in there eyes when no one is looking you see pain and age in them. Upside if this kind of male gets positive reenforcement out side of family circle they do well in school and will continue there education. If they do not though watch out, these boys will tend to drink, drive very fast to prove something to themselves, may or may not do drugs, and most important over cling to the female telling her she is everything to him and sexually doing his best to convince the girl step by step going farther and farther to intercourse, girl usually becomes pregnant and is trapped and stays with boy. A Girl usually does not see this coming most of the time before she grows up to about 20 years old, by than has maybe more than one baby. Let me know how it goes. remember one thing your mother will be only around for 40 or so many years , and yes rebellious girls can hurt moms so bad with the things they say and do, that her mother will close her love in her heart take a huge step back and let you fall right on your face. Not for pleasure, not because she does not want to be your mom, but because moms are human too and words can cut her just as deep and lasting as you claim hers does to you. love your mother.
i think only with parents consent
Can a 16 year old who is pregnant and wants to move in with her boyfriend who is 18 to help raise the baby legally move out without parental permission in the state of Washington?
Answer . No ... the 16 year old is still considered "underage" and the laws do not change just because someone wants to move out from parents home to raise a family. Still …requires parental decision - 16 years old is still a "child" in the eyes of the law.
What do you do if you are 16 and pregnant and you want the kid but your 18 year old boyfriend does not want the baby?
No one can tell you the answer to this question. It's never easy when 2 people don't agree in this situation. Look into your own heart and weigh all your options.. you have 3… choices before you and none of them would be without pain and tough times. There is no right answer. Only the one you can live with in the end. Don't let anyone force you into anything you don't want to do in any direction. I say that as a woman who has had 2 abortions of my own free will and now 2 beautiful children when I could care for a child the way I wanted to. Abortion has to be YOUR choice. So does adoption. You will live with the choice more than your boyfriend.
You are 16 and pregnant can you move out of your moms house to move in with your 18 year old boyfriend?
The only way i can find out right now is if u get emancipated and that's what im looking for rightnow cuz im 16 and pregnant and my boyfriend is 18 too. If i find anythign el…se out, then i will write you back
No. It is not a good idea to live with a boy when you are so young. Stay at home and go to school. If your home life is troubled then seek a relative and if that is not… possible then seek a girlfriend house. living with a boy so young is asking for more than you realize and you are too young to see what lies ahead, this would be a very big mistake. what happens when your boyfriend decides he wants another girlfriend or you want another boyfriend? do you really think he is going to let you live in his house dating another boy? do you think you can live with him while he is dating another girl? What happens when he brings her to the house, how is that going to make you feel? Stay home.
Your daughter pregnant want to move with boyfriend shes 16 and he is 19 you want to emancipate her can you?
i am a person who was a bit like your daughter in my case i was only 15 and pregnant my family tried always to stop me but once the police got involved they said it was …my choice as i will soon be looking after a baby so i stayed with my boyfriend and as my parents where been so angry and trying to take control of my life i stopped talking to them for over a year, until my daughter was 8 months old! so my advice is let her learn the hard way as that way she won't fall out with you and you won't miss them important stages in your grand child's life!!
If you are old enough to move in with your boyfriend you are mature enough to be an adult and tell them honestly how you feel. Tell them all about him, get them to know him an…d trust him. Make them a part of it. show them where you will be living and accept them wanting to help by doing the curtains or fixing the shower. Then they will not feel you are deserting them. Assure them that you will visit often and make each other meals. ====== It is difficult to answer without knowing your and your boyfriend's ages and levels of maturity, but I generally agree with the above. The most important thing is for you and your boyfriend to have a plan as to how you will spend the rest of your lives together, whether and when you will start a family (or prevent yourselves from doing so), buy a house, save for your children's education and save for your retirement. What careers do each of you plan to have? What are your present and potential earnings? One of the most important parts of a plan is a budget. How much will you spend? How much will you save? How much will you put aside for vacations, Christmas, and other special events? Which one of you will handle what aspects of the money? Why do you want to move in with your boyfriend? If it's just for lots of sex, you're better off getting a motel room. Make sure both of you have a detailed lifetime plan before you make the leap. The worst thing would be to find that there are now three of you and the relationship is falling apart. Go away together for weekends, practise birth control, and really get to know one another well. A lifetime relationship is a lot more about putting out the garbage, cutting the grass, doing the laundry and washing the dishes than it is about sex.
no way you need to stay with your parents yyou are to young hes too old for u and hell probably leave you in like AA couple of monthss anyways
depending on where you're asking from, some of the laws on age limits have changed when it comes to relations between adults and minors. and once a girl becomes pregnant…, her parents are stripped of a lot of their parental rights. but in regards to age, in some areaa, if one party is a minor, then the other can legally be four years older than them
Well, Yes you can if you need help with the baby and want the father to be by your side but only if the parents of your boyfriend and your parents say its ok.
No. You have to be 18 to choose who you want to live with, but by that age, you can live alone, too.