My daughter is pregnant,she is only 17 years old.My problem is her boyfreind,he is 19 years old,i feel he is bringing her down.She was making straite \"A\"s and in high honor classes,ever since she met him and his sister she has been dropping her grades,and not doing good.I told him he better get a job,he has a baby on the way,and he said he was trying to get ssi,because he hurt his foot,he walks all over the place,i told him he could get a job.My freind told him he would give him a job at a printing shop,just come down,he would start out with 10.50 an hour.He still did not go down and that was over a week ago.I told my daughter that as long as she stays in school,and goes to collage i would stand by her and help her,she works at a Gaint Eagles,and gives me half her check to put in a savings for the baby,her boyfreind has not shown any support in making a good life for the baby.I am soo scared that when the baby is born that she might move in with him and end up working full time,and he is going to be sitting on his butt.I want her to follow her dreams,and i dont see this happening with him.
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