NEEEEEED ADVICE!!!!

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    Avatarmickey123

    :huh: Im 16 preg with my baby girl my baby daddy wants nothin 2 do with her and we r currently friends-is this wrong????

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    Avataralexanders_mama

    No, why would it be?

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    Avatarmickey123

    well b/c he totally denies our child and i feel like im betrayin her and myself my being friends with him

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    Avatarkez_mummy_2_skye

    so are u saying that u guys were never in a relationship but you had sex and now ur pregnant?
    Hey positive thing is you are still friends!

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    Avatarslbabe8

    I was also 16 when I got pregnant the first time. I know its scary and confusing enough without relationship troubles thrown in the mix. Nothing is wrong with just being friends.Give him some time to let it all sink in and maybe he’ll come around. Try to include him in what’s going on in the pregnancy and if he still doesn’t want to be involved then you’re better off finding that out now then after she’s born. If he decides he wants to be part of her life but not have a relationship with you-that’s okay. As long as he is being a daddy to her that’s all you can ask for. It’s sad to think that boys/men are praised when they stand up & take care of their kids. That’s what they are supposed to do! If he doesn’t come around, trust me you will be just fine! As long as you have some support from friends or family you and your baby girl will be fine. Sorry for the long response but I hope this helps a little. If you need anyone to talk to I am happy to help. As I said, I got pregnant at 16 too so I’ve been there. Take care of yourself and that sweet baby girl and try not to stress!

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    Avatarchunkymunky_lala

    Being friends is better than being nothing at all. your baby deserves to have both parents in her life. Congratulations and best wishes.

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