Hi Ladies, here's my dilemma that I could certainly use some advice on.-----I am a 44 yr old that has 2 daughters that are 24 and 20 and i granddaughter that is a yr and a half.------I have been divorced for yrs and focused on my career and kids, then recently got back into the "dating" scene.........met someone, and have been seeing each other for about a month and a half............well long of the short, here I am 44 and just found out I am expecting!!!!!!!! Yes, we did use protection (condom) but obviously did'nt "hold Up"..............My dilemma is not only that I'm 44, but it seems very obvious from him that he is not too interested in this pregnancy or even discussing Any aspect of the pregnancy. He claims he is too busy with raising and being a single father to 3 kids from a previous marriage.------I have tried to tell him, that he Needs to man up and at least be somewhat supportive with this "new bundle", but to no avail. Its pretty obvious that it will be me that will be COMPLETELY responsable for the baby in all aspects, which I will take on and do the best I can.:) Abortion and or Adoption are out of the question. I guess my question to you ladies, is, can you understand why I feel so isolated and totally angry that he is just walking away from me and this baby? And if you were in that situation, what would you do and why?-----I mean, would you put his name on the Bcert, share any info whatso ever with him or just look away and look out for the baby and it's happiness that is SO Deseves:) Im sorry this is such a long post, but I could really use some advice on this one:) thanks in advance:)
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