I am sorry that you are going through such a tough time. I really don't know you or your husband but from your post, I can see that you are with a lot. I agree with you and admire your convictions. I would not terminate a pregnancy either. Especially because my husband does not want to be a daddy again. This baby is a precious, living soul and anything that is not a baby can not grow and develop into one. That said, I agree with you completely. You seem to be a strong person. You will have to ask yourself if you are willing to go through whatever you may have to go through with your marriage in order to protect your baby. Your husband will get use to the idea or he will not. If he does not, and chooses to leave, you will have to be that much stronger but I know you can do it. I encourage you to pray about your husbands reaction. Trust God completely with this and HE will make a way for you and these babies. Talk to God, tell Him how you feel and tell him that He is the only one that can fix this situation and you trust Him to do just that. His power and your faith is all He needs to provide for you and your baby.View Thread
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