First, are you in a good relationship still although I take it not together? Also, is the baby your child? (if you don#039;t mind me asking because I think it might matter somewhat how to answer your question best. Going to dr. appts. with her if she wants you too. encouraging her, reading and learning about pregnancy, birth and being a parent. Show her you are there for her and ask her how specifically you can be there 100%.
If it's your child, you had best establish some sort of friendly relationship with her, and her parents. Get a job if you don't have one already, and start saving up because kids cost a lot of money and it's time to man up and be a dad.
It's going to be tough for you, and your life will never be the same, so try to have some support of your own.
Do a lot of reading, and learn about babies, the birthing process, and what sort of things you are going to need to buy, before just going out and spending on cute toys and clothes.
Talk with her, be patient because she will be hormonal and emotional, sometimes irrational, find out what she needs from you specifically and then do it. Offer to be there at appointments, and whenever she needs.
If it's not your child, you had best check in with the girl to make sure she wants you in her child's life or not.
Be there (via phone) to talk, listen and empathize. Cards in the mail, baby items as surprise gifts, baby books, etc. will lift her spirits and let her know you care. If its your child, you certainly should do much more.
Be there for her with whatever she needs. She may get some cravings for certain foods, and you could go out and get them for her. Also she may be more emotional, so you can be there to help her through those times.
Is it yours? If so, be there for delivery, support her through this pregnancy, support her after the pregnancy, and make sure your child has all the basic necessities it needs. Stay active in the childs life once it's born. That's what real men do!