Should I Stay with my Boyfriend?

Lynelle - posted on 10/06/2011 ( 1 mom has responded )

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I am 23 years old, a full time student, and a part time waitress. I had a baby who is turning 3 in March with my boyfriend. I just found out that I am pregnant with my 2nd with the same guy and he threw me a curve ball. I thought he would be very excited because he had been talking about wanting another baby. Please keep in mind that we are having relationship problems and he lives with his parents and my son and I live with my parents. He has been a dick to me since we found out about the pregnancy and it makes me so mad because I was actually excited to have another one and hopefully start a life with him and become a family again but now I am thinking that I should leave him because this is the exact same crap he pulled when we found out about our first pregnancy. I'm just scared because I will have to be living on my own in order to get the money I need from school and its not necessarily the money I'm worried about. I just don't know if I can care for 2 children by myself and still go to school and work. My oldest son is very clingy and still not potty trained. Does anyone have any advice? How do I do this on my own or should I just stay with my boyfriend until the baby gets a bit older? I really don't want to have an abortion or give the baby away...

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Cassandra - posted on 10/06/2011

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You need to worry about your kids before your relationship. If he is treating you like dirt because you are blessed with another pregnancy, you should leave him. There are so many better guys out there, which is the last thing on your mind but you don't need the stress of your immature boyfriend around you at your present situation. What a douch bag (in my opinion). ;)

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