11 months ago
Last edited at 8:48PM on 1/17/2013
Just be straight forward their isnt an easy way of doing this its better then her finding the pregnancy test or threw someone else or maybe try explaining it to her threw text and say you were to scared or shocked to tell her in person
Do what you should have done to begin with, be honest with her. I'm glad you are stepping up to the plate and keeping our baby, but you should have told her when you became sexually active so you could have gotten on birth control. You are going to have a few really tough years ahead of you and I wish you luck.
do you plan on hiding it? you have to do it there is to right time to do it but there is a wrong time, and that would be waiting until you start to show, you made a mistake and now you have to handle it, your going to be taking care of a child in nine months, telling her is only the beginning, just say "mom I'm so sorry, but I'm pregnant, and I know your are disappointed in me, but I want to keep it", that all you can do is tell her
ask yourself, can you throw the baby away? can you raise your baby on your own? if none of these answers are yes, then just be straight forward to your mum. it is an easier option. if you are not brave enough to face your mum in this matter, i am sorry to say you will not be capable of raising the child because it will be a much much more challenging thing to raise a child and it is a long term thing.
Don't put it off any longer that's for sure. She's obviously going to find out whether she notices the bump first or the baby in your arms. You definitely do not want her finding it out from someone else. If you're mature enough to go through with this pregnancy then I'm sure you can find it in yourself to tell your mum. Give yourself some credit. If she loves you, then I'm sure, your child would only give her more delight and joy. Good luck and don't leave it too long in case you change your mind.