Talk to her! Ask questions, but don't interrogate. Regardless of who the father is, show some support. And decide if this is something you want to be involved with.
if you love her, then you will wholeheartedly stay.
you would probably even stay with her and help her in the little ways you can.
did she hide it from you? if she did got 2 questions D.N.A. test is it mine?
if she hide the baby from everyone why? and is it your baby or someone baby ?if you really love her you will stand by her even if the babys another mans. love means being there .my husband helped me raise my daughter he adopted her .being a father you dont have to be blood .being a daddy means loving her and the baby no matter whos child it is .be there for her
If "your God" forbids this, then you can either let her know you can not accept this and make a clean break of the relationship (in which SHE will have gained more than lost). Option #2 is you can quit being a *****, man up and let her know that you feel it was dishonest for her to keep her being a Single Mom away from you for this long. Its called society. Evolve. I would say that she is going to tell you "The time was never right" which means she is probably a nice girl but has been unsure about you for quite a while. Show her these posts and walk away. You will do her and yourself a favor. The SADDEST PART is that guys like you will never "get" the fact that Single Moms are the toughest to get to know, but deliver the most rewarding "return" in a romantic relationship. Think of a Mother protecting her young ... now take the time to think about her letting you get close to her, and to her young ... If you dont see that as flattering, then you are NOT flattering and have work to do. Best for her child you are leaving IMHO !!!!!!
If you are the father, you better damn well do the right thing for the mother and the child.
do you feel its morally right to be a father to her?
I hope it's not yours, you sound far too moronic. Please don't procreate...and ditch the girl you obviously don't have the maturity to handle it. Let her find someone better.
How long have the 2 of you been together?
That's a pretty big secret to keep unless she no longer has the child.
Yeah that would not fly with me...it's something that should be told to someone upfront.
Congrats to her! Now find out if it's yours and how you can support her.
If you are the father then, SUPRIZE!