He tried to talk me into an abortion
By anonymous on 15/12/2010I'm 24 years old and have a beautiful baby girl 4 months old.
I'm in a very tough situation though. I went on vacation to my hometown and met a guy downtown at a bar. He seemed nice, I gave him my number and he asked to meet up the next day. He kept asking me if I had a boyfriend and sweet talking.
We met up and stupid me had unprotected sex with himIt was a very short while, he looked guilty and stopped.
The following day he texted me saying he was married but I ignored it and told myself whatever I wasn't interested in him. It was the first time I did something like that having a one night stand. A few weeks later I found out I was pregnant. I called him and told him. He wanted me to abort and I told him it wasn't the baby's fault. He tried talking me into an abortion and I was considering it but my close cousin and aunts kept telling me abortion is not the answer. I followed there advice and continued the pregnancy. It was the hardest and most painful thing to do as I'm on my last year of college studying biology. I come from a conservative christian family, I had so much potential for myself and this had to happen.
I didn't know it was gonna be such a big responsibility once the baby came.I sacrificed my reputation, my time, my body, everything and this liar doesn't have to sacrifice anything. He ended up changing his number and all I have of him is two pictures, his old cell number, and first name. I feel like I will never find him and let him know at least he has a daughter.
The another part of the story is that I had intercourse with someone else I've known for a while 5 days before, but with a condom and she seems to resemble him. This is very tough as I don't know if I should contact this guy, and do a paternity test. I'm scared of rejection and I told him I was pregnant as well but he said it can't be his since we used protection and he didn't want kids.
Sometimes I consider adoption but I love my daughter and my parents are in love with her, but they're not the ones having to raise her.