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prettygirlnow asked:

10 Aug 2011

Parent's adopting, I need help

Okay, so my friends boyfriend is semistalking me, and she is pregnant with his baby. My parents have been adopting children since i was young, because my mom's uterus burst and i was lucky to live. I just have a weird feeling that we are going to get that baby, because I'm already in line to be godmom, and both her+his and my parents were talking about giving my parents the baby, and i dont want baby to live with me. PLEASE HELP< THEY ARE STILL TALKING NOW!!!!

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lindseed

lindseed says:

Posted on 10 Aug 2011

just tell your parents that you're uncomfortable with the situation.
tell them what's going on with the boy and how awkward it would be to have his child living with you.
just talk to them.
but in the end, it is their choice. and though they should take your opinion into mind, thats not going to be their deciding factor.
you're just going to have to speak up then live with what happens.

inside_out

inside_out says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2011

I agree with Lindseed that its best for you to voice your concerns to your parents - and explain the whole situation. But if things don't change, then try to be as open as you can to the idea of a new sibling. I have an adopted sister and we got her when she was 15 months old... I can't imagine life without her now. As awkward as it might be at first... I'm sure you'll learn to love the baby... and eventually you won't think of it as his child but as part of your family.
God Bless :)

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