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This is a decision you have to make for yourself. Remember, you're the woman and you're gonna have to be extremely responsible. Your parents should be left out of the equation here. Tell you what though? You can forget about sleeping for the next twenty or so years. A child is no joke, so unless both of you are employed and happily secured, then go for it. Parents will come around later after they hear the child's first words. Hope it goes well. Leslie. Answer All I can say is wait he might just want to do it cause he feels he is ready, but bringing a baby in the world is a major thing Why don`t you ask him what he thinks of marriage? Why don`t you get married before you think of a baby? Answer I wouldn't blame your parents! Have either of you heard of the word "marriage?" If you are serious then the two of you should show the maturity you both feel you have and face both sets of parents and tell them you want to get married. Looking gooey-eyed at your parents and simply saying "we wanna baby" shows a great deal of immaturity. Babies are not dolls that you look after for a short time and then put up on a shelf until you want to play "mommy and daddy" again. I think both of you should first ask one of your parents close friends who have a baby to come over and look after that baby for 4 days ... that means morning, noon and night! I'll give you 2 days of it and you'll forget about having a baby at such a young age. There is colic, diarrhea, fevers that scare the wits out of you, singing, walking and feeding a baby at all hours of the night. When a baby cries you get up! You will no longer be able to go out with your friends on a whim (you have the baby remember) and before you know it you are going to have your nose plastered against a pane of glass looking at all your friends going by having the fun a 17-year-old should have and a whole lot more fun in the future, not to mention a good education and job. You or your boyfriend have shown no signs of maturity at all. It also appears that both of you feel that your parents should step in if you need a little help. Well girl, sit up and fly right! It will never happen!
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Why won't your boyfriend tell his parents you're expecting a baby if he's 28 and are you wrong to be mad about this because he says he doesn't want his reputation ruined since you're not married?
Answer You have every right to be angry over this. Unfortunately, in these modern times younger people seem to do things backasswards. They buy a house together,… have their kids and then consider marriage instead of the reverse. So, it's odd your boyfriend can't summon up the courage to tell his parents. In fact, at 28 years of age he should be responsible as a person, and he doesn't have to tell anyone if he doesn't want too. If you are a minor then it could be a problem, and this could be the reason he is having a rough time telling his parents, but again, he's an adult and he should be able to stand on his own two feet and face the responsibility of looking after you and his own child. As much as I hate to tell you this it sounds like this guy isn't responsible in many aspects of his life. It also sounds like he doesn't want to get married. It's time for you to sit down with him and get some explanation out of him. If he doesn't want to get married then you be darn sure he provides for you and the baby. I truly hope this works out for you. Have that talk with him soon as this is the only way you are going to know what he is thinking about. Good luck Marcy
Answer . \nIt may be possible to petition the court of venue for emancipation rights. However, being pregnant or having a child does not automatically confer emancipation s…tatus upon a minor.
Answer . \ni would leave it a bit longer do you think hes ready are you ready its a big step i just dont want to c someone become a single mother try to drop hints
My boyfriend doesn't want to tell me why he broke up with his baby mother. We have been talking for a year now. I don't know if he is hiding something from me.?
What is in a persons past is really none of your business unless he wants to share. Things that happen in the past make us the people that we are today. So for what ever reaso…n there is leave it alone. Girls are bad about that. They believe that they should know everything so that they can use it against a guy at a later time. A girl's perspective: Good relationships are based on communication and trust. You certainly don't need to know every little thing about his past (except when you love someone it's such a delightful pastime to explore every little bit about him and his life...), but this was obviously something serious: after all, he had a baby with that woman. So there's a problem in there. You could try telling him that it's hard for you to trust him with your heart as long as he can't trust you with the reason he let go of his child's mother (somehow, I find it hard to believe that it was only her fault and he's trying to protect her reputation).
You shouldn't be thinking about that kind of relationship at such a young age. You should wait at least until you are 25 years old. Remember, you should talk to your parents a…bout this and if you want to have a baby you got to make sure you are old enough for this big responsability...Think about it first and dont hide your idea from your parent's or your boyfriend,and if you do it and they agree (your parents and boyfriend) i suggest that you get married first...Listen to my advice, woman to woman.
Me and my boyfriend really want a baby but we know that 1. i am too young and 2. he does not get enough income to support me him and a baby can someone tell me how to get my mind of baby madness?
WELL I'M GUESSING YOUR UNDER 18.SO I WOULD JUST LOOK AT ALL THE DOORS AHEAD OF YOU.DO EXCITING STUFF BEFORE YOU GET PREGANT.WHEN YOU HAVE A BABY YOUR NOT GONNA BE ABLE TO DO A… LOT! It is perfectly fine to want a baby but have you thought the rest through. when your young there is too many fun things you can do for example clubbing drinking partying e.t.c. have you thought about that. when your pregnant your not suppose to drink and go party. after the baby is born you can still not do that all the time. babies are lovely and sound good but although they are small there is alot more involved then just having one you have to give up alot of things you would usually lik.
Just ask him you can only get a yes or a no is it not worth the risk?
Just like when he is in a good mood or something ask him and really talk to him about because babies are life's most wonderful gift. So just talk him into it. …Good Luck ;)
Your xgirlfriend had a baby and her boyfriend signed birthcertificate now she wants you to pay child support?
She committed paternity fraud. Be glad she didn't wait 18 years. see links
There's nothing wrong with waiting. Maybe he's not ready to be a father.
well that means having sex right say sure i guess if you want to.
Under no circumstances consider having a baby unless it's what you want. If he wants to have a baby, why hasn't he committed to you yet. You would have been able to say husban…d, or at least fiancee. If he can't commit to you, how is he going to commit to a new human being for the next 18 years.
This is a difficult question to answer. You yourself really need to look at this situation. It is a maternal instinct for a female to want babies or to even just want to be pr…egnant. You need to have a list of questions and answers ready before you talk to him. For example: 1) are you both in a stable enough relationship to want to be parents for 18+ years? 2) can you financially support a child (medical bills, diapers, formula, baby-food, clothes, car seat, medications, etc) 3)Will your child be able to grow up in a supportive home? (supportive grandparents, family etc) 4) are you healthy enough to have children (free of STD/HIV, alcohol, drugs, etc)? 5) are the two of you committed enough to be a loving mother and father for this baby? 6) do you agree on how to raise children together (religious views, political views, parenting view such as discipline, etc) These are just a few of the questions you need to be able to provide answers for. Once you can support yourself on every argument he might make, express your maternal feelings for wanting to provide him with children, but don't be manipulative. That can only weaken your relationship.
just tell them right out....I want a baby with you
you ask him.
If he doesn't want to wear a condom during sex.