I'm not trying to drag politics into this community, but I'm curious about how supportive your families were when you had your kids, if you had your kids while still living at home or still somehow dependent on your family.
My family wasn't all that supportive. They've come around since then, I guess, but they didn't help very much and they still don't. I haven't lived at home since about a year and a half ago. What's really stupid is I have a 20 year old sister who dropped out of college to marry a 32 year old, and had a baby really soon after the wedding, and they totally fawn over that baby. When my sister got divorced she moved back home and they still fawn over her and her baby.
Is there a right or wrong way for parents to react when they're about to become grandparents because of an underage or unplanned pregnancy?