Quoting Sam H.:" I know, I tell my boyfriend that. It's definitely hard and an adjustment, and it's going to be very different and I hope he starts seeing that and understanding we can just do these things lat
When anyone gets pregnant whether married, dating or engaged ppl always have this feeling of not being able to ( do it ) and that's just because this is something new and unknown. I have had a previous abortion before becoming pregnant with my now 4yr old son. I thought I wouldn't be able to do it either, but when there are two ppl its a whole lot easier. And like another OP said....your dreams and aspirations can still be reached if you are determined to get there. Look at it this way....you were determined enough to do what needed to get into college, you did what was needed to stay in college and if you decided to keep this child you will do what you need to take care of him or her and to finish school. I have a friend that got pregnant with twins like 2 weeks after we started college....she did have to put school on the back burner for a yr and a half or more, but she went back and finish with twins....and she just last yr had her 3rd and just started school this past semester to further her degree. She will be 25 at the end of this month....I think she did pretty darn good. I have one child and haven't even went back yet; and thats not due to my child....thats do to my very low determination level and or the fact that I come home to my own place/car etc and it keeps me in this comfortable zone when I know deep down I need to be in a classroom somewhere! My point its about YOU and how determined you are to get your degree no matter what. All things are possible if YOU let it be! Getting it done on time doesn't matter ( traditional graduates are outta college by 21-22 ) but just getting it done period does!