Parents won't let baby daddy stay over. (Kind of long. Sorry!)?
Her points are:
Her house; her rules
She doesn't want my little sister (15) to think its ok to bring boys to sleep over. (Even though I feel my situation is a bit different than just wanting him to sleep over for the hell of it)
She doesn't want to have to clean up after another person
She doesn't want to have to pay for the extra food.
Most teenage girls aren't lucky enough to have their bf stick around and be willing to help out. So it is unfair to tell him he can't.
I can sleep at his house. So whats the difference?
We are very responsible and willing to clean up after ourselves and buy our own food if she wants us to.
My sister has slept over one of her guy friend's houses! (My mom SAYS its different because there were other girls there :/ If you say so...)
I shouldn't have to carry 100% of the responsibility if he is willing to help. I have been carrying this baby for 9 months and he has done nothing so far. He doesn't have to until the baby is out.
Were having a baby for crying out loud! Its not like I want him to sleep over just "because"
I can't move in with my bf because he still lives with his parents too and his dad is a chain smoker, we can't get our own place because we don't make enough money for a baby AND rent and I can't move in with my dad without my mom disowning me. (My dad was kind of a deadbeat dad for a long time and my mom feels like I'm abandoning her)
How can I make her feel better and see my point of view at the same time?
And I agree with most of you that it is my mom's house and her rules. I respect the rules she has set and I'm trying to abide by them. But she walks away whenever I try to tell her my point of view. Shes not even trying to listen. I just need to know how to get her to at least see my point! If she doesn't change her mind so be it. I just want her to at least listen.
Also- I don't want him to move in completely. I just want him to be able to stay over on occasion to help out. Just a couple days a week.