Quoting MommyofSpartan's:" I'm nervous about this baby especially since he has a slight heart issue but I'm lucky to have DH in ... [snip!] ... babies. They need to enjoy being a teen and finish school, expand their education or start working on a decent career first."
Ikr... It's hard being an adult. Hell I got talked to like I was still a teenager from BD today. I broke down because of all the stress and worries and he was telling me it was part of being an adult. You know, the typical "Well you said you're grown, and now you're seeing what being grown is all about and nobody likes being grown unless you have a very good high paying job."
We live from pay check to pay check on BD's part time, minimum wage job, barely making ends meet, but we do it. We borrow a few dollars here and there from MIL because he gets paid BI-weekly, but we always pay it back.(She doesn't hand out money.) I'm trying to figure out how much we need of this and that before the money runs out. You know? working with finaces and all. Pretty tough to get used to. He's currently looking for another part time job as well, but he has felonies that hold him back. He wanted to be a marine, but they wouldn't let him in because of that, or any other branch. We also get state help, like EBT and medicaid. Without that, we wouldn't be able to afford toilet paper, soap, laundry money, you know? Essentials.
So it just really chaps my ass whenever kids want to grow up and keep having children for the hell of it and doesn't even know what real life is really like yet.