Also why do so many of you pledge to kick your daughter out or refuse to help her?
Mother's of grown, married daugters often help their daughters out, especially in the first few weeks.
My step grandmother had her first child at 37. She lived in another state & when she called her mother in tears because she couldn't even take a shower without the baby screaming, her mother packed and took the next flight out. She stayed with her for 3 weeks to help her. If it's okay for her to do that why isn't it okay for a mother to help her teen daughter?
Also don't you think your daughter might hate you for it later if you force her to give her baby up for adoption or have an abortion?
#1-I don't think you have that legal right.
#2-I would have HATED my mother for the rest of my life if she had forced me to give up my daughter when I became pregnant at 17. I would have left home and never looked back.
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