Im a Christian too but not a very good.one I guess because I know the bible says to take in orphans and widows, invite your enemies in to eat at your table, etc....but after living with my husbands daughter feeling like a terrorist lived in my house and like I was going to war in my own home every day, I would find it VERY. DIFFICULT. To sacrifice my home and my peace for her poor choices. It's grace I suppose, but<br />
its hard. Ask God to give you guidance and strength...
be the gd people and help her no matter what ! she is ur sister eventually, i don't think that u like to watch her and her baby suffer world is cruel she needs ur help ! <br />
everybody make mistakes forgive her that's better for ur consciences even if you think that she doesn't deserve it !!
I know this is hard ! :/ but give her this chance to see and wish that god changed her for a better person ! she is a mother now and motherhood can really change people :)
Could you & your mom contribute some money towards her rent and baby each month? It might be too intense for everyone to live together, but I agree she needs some help.
Some here will disagree but since you said you are Christians, pray about it and see what answer you come up with.
For the sake of the baby and her give both a chance. You may even enjoy having a little innocent life running around. A smile coming from a child can change the world
What are the rules? Are the rules different for her? What are the rules for her child? What are the rules about company and friends? What are the rules about finances?
Sounds like yo will have two kids...one in an adult body.
It will be her choice to live by the rules or leave by the rules. If you make exceptions to the rules, throw the rules out.
why not take your sister in on a three month trial basis; if it doesn't work out, perhaps you can help her find a better place to live and chip in a few bucks for her and the baby.
Bleh. Cut her loose. She sounds like nothing but problems. And a screaming baby to boot. Keep your sanity: lock the door.