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Nope she's prego. Broken condom. And we even took a morning after and that didn't work so yeah FML
By JiggaJayZ / Monday 29 October 2012 18:10 / United States
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  kyleekay  |  25

19- I'm fairly certain that it is EXTREMELY hard to adopt a child by yourself. I think it's safe to assume that OP's girlfriend is pregnant.

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  EMTchic  |  14

Actually, 24 is correct, it is extremely difficult to adopt a child by yourself. It is possible, but it's difficult, just like (and please don't hate on me for saying this, I'm not trying to be hateful I'm just stating facts) it is very hard for gay/lesbian couples to adopt. Adoption agencies are all about a "full natural home expierence" for adopted children. Sadly, they don't think that single parents and/or same-sex couples fit that description.

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  SApprentice  |  33

63- It is more difficult for single parents to adopt children. Networking agencies that help with adoptions are less supportive of single parents. A single parent, at least in my state, is not allowed to have a live-in boyfriend or girlfriend if they have a child in their house, and the agencies themselves tend to frown upon the potential parent having a romantic relationship at all. A lot of single parents get stuck seeking out private adoption agencies and have to pay more than most just to get their child. Not all of them of course, but there's no denying the process poses more difficulty for single parents. On the bright side there are a lot of groups that try to help raise funds for parents to adopt, so sometimes people can get help.

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  kyleekay  |  25

66/67- Exactly. I wasn't saying it's impossible, but since agencies likely prefer orphans to go to 2 parent homes, it'd definitely be more difficult.

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  kyleekay  |  25

76- Was I rude? I didn't intend to come off that way. I just stated my opinion. It's not like I called him an idiot or anything.

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  JellyBalls  |  17

Worse things have happened, at least thats how I try to look at it. Sorry but step up and be a great father, and always spend time with your children, thats the most important thing.

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  skyeyez9  |  24

My best friend got his gf pregnant when he was 17. They kept the baby and today (he is 32) and doing well in life. He remarried and had two more kids. Please don't think having a child will "ruin your life."

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  JJtJJ  |  13

It's entirely subjective. Personally, I think having a child at my age would drive me insane and completely throw off my focus on my studies.

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A half birthday is 6 months before your actual birthday.

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  kyleekay  |  25

23- S/he didn't ask "what" a half birthday was, s/he asked "why" someone would have it. I've known people who have small celebrations for their half birthday. I think it's just a reason to get together with friends and have a small celebration.

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  annie_nk  |  22

30 - That's why I celebrate my half birthday. Sometimes half anniversaries. My half anniversary for my wedding lands on Christmas day :)

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  andiewithlove  |  19

My father's birthday is three days after my half birthday, so if I'm visiting him during then they'll mount my name on the cake too. I don't get presents though, which isn't a big deal, but it's still fun(:

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  onlychildFTW  |  33

Half celebrations are stupid. And OP you should have been going in the back door instead.

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  MiloBear  |  11

I know someone who celebrates her month birthdays. She doesn't do anything big, but if you see her and don't wish her "Happy four month birthday", "Happy seven month birthday" or whatever then she gets upset.

By  Keevarou  |  16

That's one way to come out with it I guess? Congratulations though, you most likely had a part in it so you're responsible too :P But you have something to say about it any way probably

By  yeyah3  |  2

Haha today's my half birthday too! April 29th ^.^

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Do you not realize that she didn't adopt it... She's pregnant?

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  SApprentice  |  33

12- The child doesn't have to be just a boy or girl, though. About 1% of live births in humans display varying degrees of ambiguity between the sexes. There's many ways that the human body can present itself at birth- the "normal" boy and girl are just the most common.

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  SApprentice  |  33

81- It seems to me though that they meant that in referral to him probably being the baby's father, not the sex of the child. It doesn't matter though. I wasn't trying to be bothersome or anything, but I can see how my comment was unnecessary.

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