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I sure hope it's ok to not know what to do or think! I found out on Sunday, and after talking to a few different places & people, I've decided to keep my baby. Am I excited yet? No. Do I really have any idea what I'm gonna do? Not really. But it'll work itself out somehow. You really just have a lot of factors that you have to weigh. And don't let ANYONE pressure you into a choice. If you feel that a choice is right for you, you have to make it, regardless of what people will say or think. As long as you are making the decision for yourself, it will be the right one. Just don't rush into anything, and if you need to talk things out, you can always PM me.
It is perfectly OK to not know what to think or feel.
It's even OK if for a little while after the news sinks in to feel angry, sad, or anxious. Don't let anyone tell you that it's not. With this pregnancy I was very angry until I decided to make the effort not to be.
mom of: Zach (10), Ryan (8), Bella (5), Mason (2), and pollywog #5 due 12/04/14
In my opinion, its okay not to know what to do or think. About 3 1/2 months ago, I had went to the hospital due to extreme abdominal pain, and found out I was 4 months pregnant. I cried and yelled at the doctor and told him hes lying. I was so overwhelmed because I just had my daughter about 8-9 months before that, and already have a 4 year old. I was 20 with 2 kids. I was not ready for a third. I was very scared, and it took be about 2 months or so to be okay with it.
Now I am more than happy with my 3 girls, and I am so happy that this pregnancy just sprung up on me!