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How do I tell our parents?

18 May 2010 3 Responses

I’m 20 yrs old recently engaged and we are living together and we just found out that I’m pregnant. I’m also still in collage and wanting to transfer to an out of state school. My parents love my fiance and were surprisingly okay with us getting married. My mom keeps saying shes not ready to be a grandparent so we should wait till I’m about 25 but my dad jokes and says he wants them now. My fiances parents are always saying we should hurry up and get married so we can “give them grand-babies.” How should we tell everyone that I’m pregnant?

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  • Sandy said:


    Sounds like you have nothing to worry about i bet your mum will be sooooo happy….

    What you should be thinking about is if the wedding will be before or after the birth… I’m sure you were never planning to be 7-8 months up the duff on your big day.

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  • Rebecca said:


    Congrats… having a baby is only a natural progression in your relationship…

    Get both families together for a meal at home or in a nice restaurant.. and pop the news there, with everyone eles reaction especially his parents your mum wont burst out in disagreement..

    Just coz your young doesn;t mean your not going to be one of the worlds best mums, i had my first at the age of 19 and my mum just loves being such an energtic young grandma…

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  • Butterflyknife said:


    Do it by phone if she starts to yell… hang up on her… your 20 and getting married, shes going to be grandma if she likes it or not!

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