Angela Yee received another written submission and while she's given her advice she wants to hear what you have to say about the situation as well!
ASK YEE SUBMISSION:
Me and my fiancée have been together for about 2 years now and we are getting married next year. She wants to have a baby and I do also. She already has one and I have two by two previous relationships. We've talked about it and she said yes. She has an IUD (a form of birth control) in and was supposed to get it taken out the beginning of September in which turned into the end of the month. Here's the problem, we got into an argument and she cancelled her appointment without talking to me about the situation. She still tells me she wants to have my baby but keeps prolonging the situation. I've come to the conclusion that if it happens it happens but she only has a few more weeks to make up her mind. My question is should I just wait or should I call it quits?
ANGELA YEE'S ADVICE:
I don't understand why you haven't already had a conversation with her about why she hasn't gotten the IUD removed. It seems that you guys have some communication issues. She didn't speak with you about canceling her appointment and you haven't approached her about why she is prolonging it. Don't you think things could get resolved so much easier if you guys actually tell each other how you feel instead of just moving off your assumptions? If you can't get those basics down then maybe you two aren't ready to have a baby.
Now, it's your turn to chime in and say what you think this young man should do about his fiancée.