I am 19 years old, and I live with my husbands grandmother. I got pregnant with my daughter when I was a junior in high school. My husband and I lived with his grandmother and her husband until January of this year when my husbands grandfather left his wife. In december of 2007 We found out that we were four months pregnant, big shocker expecially since we were on the pill. Well my husband and I argue a lot mostly because he works nights and is never home to spend time with the kids and me, he works from 3pm to 1 30 am and has meetings every on saturday and sunday that he cannot miss because of a court order. For the past month his 63 year old grandmother has been fussing at me for any and everything she can think of, she has even gone to the extent of blaming me for her husband leaving her. She has told me thta numerious times along with "you crawled on top of my grandson and got yourself pregnant." My husband doesnt want to get our own place because that would me leaving his grandmother and we do not live in a good neighborhood, it is full of drug dealers. My husband is'nt home that much because of work so he is never here to defend me.I have somewhere to go but my question is do I leave or stay and put up with it? and if I leave and my husband doesn't want to leave his grandmother behind to I leave anyway?
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