Well yes. She's living under your roof, eating your food, running up your bills. A person is not considered an adult until they are 18. Just because you have a baby when you're a baby doesn't give you special rights.
as long as she is living at your home yes you do. but you also have to take into consideration that she is a growing women not to mention already having a baby, so she should also have some space to herself. as long as she doesn't take advantage of your trust.
Truthfully, it depends on the situation. I do agree that having a baby doesn't give her any special rights BUT, if you treat her like she's six, instead of sixteen, she'll only want to rebel more. So if whatever shes doing won't put her or her baby in danger you need to give her some space and let her make her own choices. She will be an adult in 2 short years, and if you allow her some freedom, she'll be ready for anything. :)
GIt really all depends on if she is living with you or not, and if she is being responsible with her duties. If she if living with you, she needs to follow and respect your rules(so long as they are reasonable). You have to realize that she is a mother now, and growing into a young woman. If she is being responsible, she deserves some freedom. And it is a givin that she fulfill her parental responsibilities.
Of course you do! You have every right as her parent to say whatever it is that you feel as though is necessary to her. Her having a baby didn't do anything but add on to her responsibilities. You may need to be a little more strict with her to prevent another pregnancy from occurring.
You bet you do! She is still your responsibility until she is 18. More than likely, you're supporting her. Is the babies dad in the picture? Probably not. She will give you lip about it, but stand your ground. It's your house, your money, your groceries, your electricity, and probably your car! Good luck, it's my guess you'll need it. You sound like a great Dad to me.