I'm having an extremely hard time taking care of my year old daughter. My parents are always arguing with me about watching her. I work 12 hour shifts and go to school full time. I work overnights and I don't think I can take care of her anymore. I'm trying to start life and I won't be able to make it like this with no one to watch her. My parents always give me a hard time and say I don't take care of my responsibilities and I'm tired of hearing it. There is only so much I can do and I just give up. It's the hardest decision I've ever had to make in my life but I have no choice because of all of this. Even though it's basically my mom complaining about it, she has threatened to go to court for custody over her. I don't want her to have my child, no way. She will alienate her from me and will use her against me. How do I go about putting her up for adoption?
Most Helpful Guy
If you put your child up for adoption to strangers you will alienate and lose your kid forever. Your parents feeding sheltering you and your kid for all these years was pretty decent of them and now you plan to reward them by shitting on them by making sure they never see their grandchild again. Sounds like your a deeply selfish person. You should move out and let your folks keep the child that way you can work, study and lead the lifestyle you want at least that way your child won't grow up with abandonment issues, won't hate you as much, won't be lost for you forever and you parents won't disown you and will still be there for you if and when you need them. Also abandoning a child makes you undateable lomg term for anything serious.2
Most Helpful Girl
I don't get it. Why don't you let your mum take your child? She's her grandmother. She'll take care of her better than the adoption agency will.
You would rather give your daughter to strangers than to give your baby to her grandmother? at least she'll still be with a family. Your mum will raise her with love and care.
Yo do understand right, you'll NEVER be able to see see your child again, if you'll give her up for adoption. If she stays with your mum, at least you know she's in safe hands and is happy. You'll get to see her every now and then.
By the way. Where is the father of the baby? Why doesn't he take care of her? It's his responsibility to take care of her as much as it's yours.5