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Hi, My names Vanna and I am 17 years old living in Chicago, Illinois. I am also 17 weeks pregnant! My fiance and I lived in Utah for a while when we both agreed we wanted a baby of our own. Now, only a few months into my pregnancy my fiance David, no longer wants to have a child or be with me. Ive been feeling so lost lately and it hurts that his family(including him) want me to give the baby up for adoption. We were together for a year when we got pregnant and shortly after he decieded he no longer wanted this. I guess its for the best that I move on its just hard when your a teen mom and you really don't have anyone there to help with the baby:/ Mostly, Im upset that I have to go to the doctors alone and experince all the baby things without my fiance...
I just caught your post and my heart went out to you as I was reading about what you're going through. I'm so sorry you're feeling so alone right now. I couldn't tell from your post if you've decided to break up with your fiance and keep the baby or you're planning on giving your baby up for adoption? But, either way, I just wanted to say that I'm praying for you, that you'll know what the right decision is to make for this little one and for your own future. Also, I know you're understandably worried about going through this pregnancy alone, so I just wanted to suggest that maybe it would be helpful to look into a support group for teen moms or a Pregnancy Resource Center in your area? You might be able to find one through a local church or looking in the yellow pages. I've even heard of a number you can call (OptionLine) to find a nearby PRC (1/800-712-HELP). So, just FYI if you ever think it would help. Well, hang in there and know someone out there is thinking of you!