I'm 35w3d so I'm due very soon
Bump am I being too emotional my bf went to his moms
I don't understand when you say he's a "victim" that got his degree but can't find a job.
Um he can get plenty of other jobs, just because it's not with his degree doesn't mean there aren't 100s more out there. Even McDonald's is better than nothing. He can always keep looking for another job while working some where else, he doesn't have to only work at a place that he got his degree for. Not to be rude, but that's just ridiculous not working because it's not with your degree, especially with a baby on the way.
Um there's 100s of other jobs out there, just because it's not with his degree doesn't mean he can't work. Even McDonald's is better than nothing. He can always get a job and keep looking for one that he can use his degree with. Now is not the time for him to be unemployed.
Oops didn't mean to post twice, it said it didn't work the first time.
By victim I meant that he hasn't been able to find a job in his field after going to college and working hard for his degree.. And no I don't find your comment rude at all I agree with you my bfs mom has a big problem with him working anywhere outside his field she wants him to move back with her in Chicago so he can find something out there but that's almost 2 hours away from me and baby she doesn't care for our relationship and thinks that as long as he sends money and sees the child on weekends then it'll be fine and I don't think that way
Tell him to get a job and then he can pay for fun outings. He's about to be a daddy! He needs to buckle down and get a job where he can. You are too far along to worry about doing anything about the money situation. Tell him you need him to support you and that baby however possible! And good luck mommy. Sometimes guys drift off during pregnancy worrying they don't have enough time for themselves. You are going to have that little one very soon. So it's time for him to snap back to the reality of all the more things you have to buy to support a newcomer to the family. Every dollar helps no matter how it was earned.