Im so sorry you are going thru this right now. You are not alone and I dont know what to say about telling your son. I found out im preg with my #2 and i have a 7 year old. Im so afraid of what she will feel. My issue is I have til this Friday to decide if I want to keep the baby. Im scared to tell anyone, Im scared of many things. I just dont know what to do. Im 31 but Im scared to confide in my mom. I feel alone too!!!! But i totally did this to myself and to make it worse i know abortion is not the path god wants me to take. I feel an emotional wreckView Thread
I feel fo you I really do because Im currently confused about having my #2 baby. I have a 7 year old and her dad passed at 2yrsold. If I didnt have my parents to help me I dont know how i wouldve got thru the years. i do work i am in school finishing my masters in summer and was going to look for another job paying more money. My fiancee and I have only been together for a year and he has a 6 year old. He wants me to keep it but Im so afraid. He hasnt had a job since I meet him he just do odds and ends here and there no stable income. Im just so scared and confused and I have to decide by March 1st. I can be here for you to talk to if you want. I dont know what to do, one day I want to have my baby the next day Im like "how can I have a baby by a man with no job". Best wishes in your decisionView Thread
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