told the parents

Discussion in 'Teen Pregnancy' started by lesleyann, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. babyboy08

    babyboy08 Well-Known Member

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    Don't worry about his mom. She sounds like a pain in the butt and the only people that matter are the ones who support you unconditionally. At least your parents reacted well and they seem to love you no matter what. Give his mom some time though because I'm sure she is just shocked, even though she could have handled it better. My mom was very upset when she found out I was pregnant but as time went on she came around and is now very excited to be a grandma! Plus you have all the support from us here and you are going to be a great mom! Congrats! :hug:
     
  2. lesleyann

    lesleyann Mummy

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    well saturday its his cousons 18th birthday party so i will see her there guess i will see how that goes... coke and orange for me lol


    yeah my mums being great and even my nan (my step-dads mum) is like you need to tell her to get jamie to by the streach mark cream early on as it really helps to minamise the marks since it sofens the skin and my dad( my step dad but i call him dad) come in my room and goes if you move this and that then you could fit a cot in just there i was like "erm thanks" thinking but im going to move out lol
     
  3. utopia

    utopia Member

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    That's great news. It must feel so good for everything to be out in the open.
     
  4. princess_x0

    princess_x0 Well-Known Member

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    That's ok hun. Just put her in her place xxx
     
  5. claire1983

    claire1983 Student midwife to be!

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    If I were you I would show her how grown up you both are and that you are not children and you dont need her support anyway. Try getting yourselves a place together so you have a family home set up for when the baby arrives. That way she will realise her son is a big boy now and doesnt need his mummy to look after him!
     

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