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  Mackay92  |  14

Comment moderated for rule-breaking.. Show it anyway

  bubblyhayley  |  16

'she' should have?!? it takes two, accidents happen! and theyre engaged, surely he shouldbe ready to settle down.. then again if he thinks ignoring it will make it go away then hes obviously an idiot...

  kristabelli  |  19

Wow guys, give the lad some time to get used to the idea. It's harder for men to feel close with a baby until it is actually in front of them. (Plus, I too thought #1's joke was funny. Note the word "joke".)

  junkman6  |  22

#61 men aren't allowed to have feelings or be slightly gunshy about having babies. They have to be ecstatic from the second they hear the news or else they are evil bad people who deserve to be left and spit upon. For those of you who are slow, that was sarcasm.


A little late to be deciding that now. She needs to have a serious talk with him though, maybe he's just really nervous and is acting inappropriate without realizing it. I've known men to make bad jokes when they don't know how to express what they're feeling.

  brandoneyez1  |  25

Best answer. OP You don't sound foolish enough to be with a guy like that. Poor baby. I have a 3 month old and love him dearly. The only thing I'm sorry for you is that baby has your ignorant fiancés DNA.

  DanielleinDC  |  32

If you don't want to be a parent--and there are a lot of folks like that--then a baby is NOT a gift.

Someone needs to tell OP's fiance to grow up. Pretending a problem isn't, there will not make it go away.

By  Wizardo  |  33

I've seen some stupidity on this site but this takes the cake, maybe he'll get the hint, man up and take responsibility of what is to come for both of you.

  TheDrifter  |  23

Our perhaps she'll take the hint and at least consider his suggestion on the pro choice topic before burdening herself with a child the father clearly did not intend to make and does not want.

  gracehi  |  31

I don't always refer to human beings as burdens, but when I do it's because a lazy dead beat moron doesn't want to be a father to his own child.

  marcranger  |  28

While I think the wording needed work, I'm kind of with Drifter on this. If they didn't discuss kids beforehand and he's really deadest against being a father, she's still got some time to consider whether or not she wants to be a single mother and take appropriate actions if she doesn't. (Waits for down votes from the "Babies are a gift from God" crowd, but responders be warned, 1) I don't believe in God and 2) I only like gifts that come with a receipt.)

  smc3106  |  25

@#45 - If she wants the baby, how would it be "burdening herself"? Just because he doesn't want it, doesn't mean that she doesn't.