You're going to make a great dad.
So persuading the mom not to keep it is out of the question? I mean, look at the situation here... you don't appear to want to be a Dad, and the mother is **HOPING** that it's yours, meaning it could be someone else's. Doesn't sound like this is the right environment for either person to be bringing a child in. Make her an offer right now to cover the costs of any medical treatment if she decides not to keep it, regardless of paternity. Get it in writing. Let her also know that if she decides to keep it, you're going to make paternity a fight. If she's right and it is yours, then you're pretty much SOL. If it's not, and she's just hoping to land some money from a future lawyer, then she's taking a pretty big risk here.Yeah, this sounds pretty cold... but what's worse? Bringing an unintended child into a single-parent relationship with a mother that doesn't even know who the father of her child is? That sounds like a pretty harsh environment to bring a kid into...Rob
does springer pay his guests?there's a potential source of income
It's been brought to my attention that boss is my favorite poster