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sammy Feb 15, 2010 09:26:31 PM ET

Hi my name is sam. i have a familiar problem.. i found out i was pregnant rightt away.. and the second my due date changed my husbands mom right away assumed the baby couldnt be his.. seriously i could have been off on my lmp ya know.. wat do i do the stress is mortifying!

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Susan Dec 5, 2009 10:15:27 AM ET

The baby is already in the oven. if your in-laws have the nerve to openly diapprove of you and your wife having a baby, i think it is your wife's position to openly disagree. if i would her i would "nicely" ask them to be supportive during this time. it's stressful enough and it's rude for them to add to it. if they can not be supportive then keep their feeling to themselves! it's the old saying...if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all. my 2nd grade students know this. so should your inlaws. they may need a gentle reminder. good luck with the new family! everything will work out

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Robert Larson Dec 2, 2009 07:59:43 PM ET

Both my wife and i are excited to be parents for the very first time, but there is one thing that makes it more difficult, is to have in laws who think were not ready and stongly disapprove. i don't have a job but am planning on going back to school and taking care of my wife and child. it is hard to be happy at this exciting time in our lives, because we don't know what to do when were around her parents. i just have one question.. help!

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