Well the GF did tell her parents by herself her mother took her on Monday to the ER to verify well she is 6wks and due on my dd b-day nov 11. They came over to our home last night to have a meeting. They are just as disappointed as we are but just as supportive. We informed our kids of all the options they have along with consequences that go along with them. They have decided they are going to be parents to this baby. We also have informed them they have no choice but to graduate and go on to further their education. Their time of being kids is over and are now adults which means they have to start acting as such when it comes to their decisions and actions. We let them know we will be here to support them have unconditional love for them and be here to answer all thier ? we also explained all the things we expect from them and that open and honest communication is going to be a big deal from now on. I want to thank you allAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:24 AM on Mar. 25, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
I know you are disappointed. But good for you for being a loving and supportive parent. If it weren't for the love and support of our parents my husband and I would not be as successful as we are today. i was 17 and my BF, now husband was 19. We finished college, I stay home now (our son is almost 9), and my husband brings in 6 figures. It's no cakewalk, but it's totally doable. I'm not praising what they have done by any means, it was a stupid thing, but as long as they have the will, they will get by.
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Answer by Anonymous at 11:44 AM on Mar. 25, 2009
OK, so apparently, when you click on the words beside the anon box it checks the box for you. I'm the 1st anon, didn't mean to click it. I was trying to submit my comment and my 2 year old daughter hit my hand. Sorry about that. Anyway, many insurance policies cover a pregnant child. My dad's covered me then. When our son was born, we got him a private policy thru Blue Cross and Blue Shield until my husband graduated from college and got a real job, which has great insurance. Good Luck.
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