Okay here the story my sister just found out she is pregnant and she doesn't want to keep the baby herself she wasn't to give it up for adoption. Now I have Lupus and I lost my son due to my medical health, so having another one is not possible but risky for me at the moment. I live with my boyfriend who is 45 and I'm 26 years old. He has told me he doesn't want any more kids, and I understand that I feel that this is the only possible solution I think that will work for the both of us, even if that mean adopting the baby by my self. I really wish he would be apart of this big decision I'm about to make, but all he says is that it's gonna be too much for me to handle. I honestly feel no one is actually ready for what might happen to a baby. I was prepared when my son passed but with faith I got through it. I need advice on how to get my boyfriend to understand that this work for us and it will be a good move for us and my sister who already has 4 kids and no help. If I'm making the wrong choice pleas tell me.
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