Dont judge please, nothing you say will bother me cause ive heard it all before.
Ok, so ive been with my boyfriend for 2 years, and he's recently turned 20 and is soon moving into a new house, when the babys here I'll be moving in with him as I feel its unfair for me to have a baby at my dads with my 2 little brothers, I'm from the UK and as your probably know its super hard to get a job ( which I probably wont have much luck in getting now anyway ) but I dont want to feel like I cant provide for this child, so how can I make money? Ive started saving now, but its not going to last forever, dont want to rely on my boyfriend for everything :| Thanks for any answers
Let me see if I understand this........he was 18 and you were 14....and nobody found this odd.....or illegal?? And I guess nobody remembered any 8th grade bio/health courses?
Guessing that in the UK they still say "May I super-size that for you today...?"
"...dont want to rely on my boyfriend for everything....."
Is "boyfriend" going to be his permanent title?
".....Boxer, I would just like to remind you that you dont know ****. ...."
I know that an 18 to 14 age relationship is illegal in most places and most of the parents I know would have been more attentive...
The baby will keep you busy for awhile. educate yourself on something you have a passion for. The answer will come to you as the child gets old enough for you to go to work. make sure you take care of any legalities that keep the father financial responsible as an equal parent.
Positive outlook and education from home whether it is a home business or? It will all come together but for now the baby is #1
Try to find things from home that can make you money like bake, rummage sales, in home child care for other families. Also you could find a weekend only job. Hospitals pay well and you could get a job delivering food to patients or being at the check in desk.
I can make a judgement right now: Good mother. You are already worrying about being a parent while being pregnant and looking into the future. Most pregnant teens don't. I'm 16 and have a baby to my 19 year old boyfriend of 2 & 1/2 years. He got his job first, when I was 6 months pregnant. Now my daughter is 14 months old, of course I'm still in school. Cyber schooled. My boyfriend says I shouldn't get a job til I graduate. He didn't get the chance to get his diploma because he dropped out to support our family. I'm really focused on school and taking care of my daughter. But I know exactly how you feel. I hate depending on him for everything and constantly asking him for money. So lately I've been looking for a small, part-time job online and locally. Try that. I've filled out applications that have allowed me to choose my times of the day I can work and what days of the week I can go in also. I sometimes feel like I can't provide for her. I know exactly where you are coming from. Try finding simple jobs that pay atleast minimum wage, but don't work yourself too much. Good luck to you, your boyfriend and the amazing baby you will have. (: Being a parent is the best feeling in the world!
Mom to a 14 month old, who's also looking for a job (: