You really need to stay in school. You can't work productively with that grammar. If your parents and this grown man care about you, they would want that for you. Also, you have to be a teacher for your child, remember, so please work on that. It's important.
It's so wonderful that all of the people here that are clueless responded. Thank you for your misinformation. You are under the age of consent for marriage and therefore have to have your parents sign permission for you to marry.
That being said, I would be wary of marrying anyone that would have sex with a 14 year old. Once you reach a certain age, he may no longer be interested in you and move on to the next 14 year old.
I realize you think you are in love but understand that this person could be a child sexual predator. I say could be because I dont know what you look like. I have seen several 14 year olds that look and act older... but not many. Wait and see. If he dumps you for a *younger model*, call the police.
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Breelara - I was in love with someone at 15, and got pregnant. Parents took me out of state to get married. By the age of 19, I was divorced and with two kids. "Love" (for either of you), is different at 15 than it is at 20 and different again at 25. Not only that, your guy is way too old for you. At 15 the age difference is tremendous. At 35 it doesn't make as much difference, and at 55, make little difference at all. But at 15, it's still tremendous. You still have some maturing to do (although with having a baby, it usually is faster), and when you do, will he still love you when you're a grown woman, with your own opinions and able to make up your own mind about things? Or will he want a partially grown lady who does everything he wants, because she's afraid to stand on her own, that he won't like her anymore. The fact that he broke the law to begin with is something to worry about.... Please think twice about this. Your baby needs a strong, mature, able woman to be her mother. And also needs a RESPONSIBLE, stable, reliable man to be her father. Forever. Not for 1 year or 2, but forever.
The first and only consideration should be that of the welfare of the child. You need to educate yourself on the alternatives to you, prior to marriage. See a social worker in a welfare office, about everything. You should be making ZERO life decisions without proper guidance. Good luck.