My BF’s Little Brother Turned Out To Be His Son
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Hey there, people! I’m Irene. Recently I had a really weird experience where
I met a guy and even fell in love with him, but I doubted we were destined to be together. Our story is still in question, so to speak,
and this makes me feel a little bit frustrated. Here’s why. On our way to the mall Iris kept singing the
same baby-song over and over again. It was really irritating but when I asked
her to stop doing it, she not only ignored me, but got even louder. Jesus, I’d rather be dead than ever have
my own kids, I thought! And our mom was so caught up in her own thoughts
that the song seemed to not even distract her at all. I was texting my best friend, complaining
about my lame Saturday. And she was texting me back trying to cheer
me up by reminding me of the coming spring break. By the time we’d reached our destination
point I’d begun to think that my act of generosity with Iris had better be worth it. Mom was in a total hurry while leaving the
two of us on the playground and she even took my cellphone from me. She said otherwise I would be totally into
texting, instead of watching my little sister. Come on! Nothing was going to be able to save that
day, I thought. Here I was, sitting on the bench and watching
how Iris was playing with the kinetic sand, thinking my weekend was totally ruined, when
a little baby boy came up to me, apparently looking for me to play with him. He didn’t actually talk, ’cause it seemed
like he was only around a year and a half old. Oh gosh, not another baby, I thought, or rather
not his mom, who would want to come up and talk to me, melting because of the fact that
he might have liked me or something. But guess what? This baby boy was not there with a mom, but
a brother, a big and handsome brother. His name was Andrew, as he’d told me when
he came up to me, and took his little brother in his arms. Suddenly, I felt like my day was about to
be saved for now. We had a nice little talk about the kids around
and the stuff they do. I was starting to like him and I had a feeling
that he was at least interested in me. I hadn’t even noticed that the time had
gone by really fast and that my mom had already returned. I saw her waving at me, saying it was time
to go. And when I stood up from the bench, Andrew
suggested exchanging numbers. At first I forgot that my mom had previously
taken away my phone. So I thought that I had lost it and started
searching for it… crawling on my knees under the bench. Of course, I remembered everything after a
couple of seconds, but you know, I already felt embarrassed. Andrew laughed when I told him where my phone
was and promised to send me a text so that I had his number. When I came up to my mom, she gave me my cell
phone back with a cunning smile. There was already a text saying, “I like
your sisters’ older sister.” On our way back home Iris was singing that
stupid song again, but surprisingly, that time it wasn’t annoying at all. During the whole next week, Andrew and I were
frequently texting each other saying good morning and stuff like that. He was really interested in my life, I guess,
because he was mainly asking questions about me and practically not saying a word about
himself. Nevertheless, I found out that he was a little
bit older than me, that he had already graduated from school, and that now he was working to
make some money to go to college and study law. He was amazing, I thought, because of his
nice texts and jokes, and by Friday I already felt like I was totally in love with him. Then he suggested for both of us to take our
younger siblings and meet and the park all together. He said that we could get to know each other
better while the kids played in the fresh air. Why not, I thought. By the way, my mom was extremely surprised,
though pleased when I said that I wanted to take Iris to the park. Now she’d definitely let me go to that beach
party. We had a great time at the park together,
and I was totally sure that Andrew felt the same way that I did. But you know what was strange? I always thought that when a guy, especially
a guy who’s practically 20 years old, likes a girl, that he would want to go on a date
with her, I mean, for just two of them, you know. But he didn’t ask me out even that next
week. It sort of stressed me out, but I didn’t
want to create drama from it, so I said nothing to him and we just kept texting during the
whole next week. But I kept thinking it over and at some point
I decided to ask my mom’s opinion about what was going on. I regretted it as soon as I did it, because
she was sort of negative about him since he was almost 20 and I was only 16, you know
mom stuff. She’d even said that since we had been seeing
each other only on Saturdays, that he might have another girlfriend and maybe now he was
lying to both of us. So, you know, her opinion didn’t really help. It just filled my mind with all these womanizing
thoughts, you know. I became worried. What if he really also had someone else? I didn’t want to be hurt, so I thought I’d
better ask him directly. So I texted him all that stuff. It took me 5 or 6 messages, by the way. I ended up texting that I thought it was better
that we not see each other at all, rather than having this weird Saturday relationship. He didn’t answer any of my texts… even
3 hours later; however I knew that he had read them. I thought this was it and my heart was broken,
so I cried and mom kept saying her famous “I told you so…” when suddenly my phone
rang. It was Andrew. He said he didn’t want to explain everything
to me over the phone and begged me to allow him to do it in person. I was really mad at him but I really wanted
to hear that my mom was wrong and that he didn’t have a girlfriend, so I told him where
I lived and in about 20 minutes he knocked at the door. I listened to him silently, with my eyes wide
open. His little brother actually turned out to
be his… son! Andrew was dating a girl in high school. Then she’d gotten pregnant and they had
to get married right after graduation, which happened about two years ago. As fate would have it, she died while giving
birth. She had no relatives at all, while Andrew
was the only one living with his father. He couldn’t let his baby be given up for
adoption, so he decided to keep him, work hard, and postpone his dream to become a lawyer
until he had enough money to pay for college. That was the reason he actually didn’t ask
me out during the week, because he was working three jobs to save enough money, so his schedule
was pretty tough. And Saturday was the only day he could be
a real father for his son, because he had a day off. And since he really liked me, he just wanted
to combine his time with both of us. But in a month, his aunt – his dad’s sister,
was going to move in with them. This would give him some time and he would
take me on the most amazing date ever, because he thought he really loved me. He didn’t want to tell me anything before,
because he was afraid I would leave, and he definitely didn’t want that. I didn’t know how to react when he came
to my house and told me that. Back then I’d just pretended we were OK,
but frankly speaking I still don’t think so. You see, it’s really great for him to be
that responsible working three jobs and it’s admirable what he did. I really think he chose the right path when
he decided to keep his son. I’m just not so sure I am ready for this
father-of-the-baby relationship at 16 years old. And I’m pretty sure my parents won’t appreciate
him for that reason. But on the other hand, I feel like I am so
deeply in love with him. Ugh I don’t know. If you have advice for me, or if you’ve ever
happened to be in the same situation, please share it in the comments below this video. To be honest, I’d even be happy if you’d
share this video with your friends. Who knows, maybe one of them will tell me
what I should do. Thanx!

100 thoughts on “My BF’s Little Brother Turned Out To Be His Son

  1. If you have advice, or if you've ever happened to be in the same situation, please share it in the comments below this video. Share this video with your friends. Who knows, maybe one of them will tell what she should do. Thanx!

  2. if he loves u he can wait for u to miture a bit more
    so u can be ready for a rlautionship like that

  3. Girl:"My mom was thinking bad since I was 16 and him 20"
    Girl:You know mom stuff

    FBI:Am I a joke to you?

  4. You probably should wait a little longer before you get to serious that is a tuff situation to be in and your only sixteen try going slower maybe it will work out

  5. if she is in love with him she should give it a try and follow her heart maybe she learn that she might love them both too

  6. Ohh girl. His the best father ever ! . And probably be the best boyfriend you could ask for . you might not found the guy like this again . 1 in the millions. Don’t let the diamond go . .

  7. Dear girl of this story : Stay with this man. His actions prove he has a pure heart and would be really dedicated to you. Please don't break his heart, and don't Rob yourself of a good man. ❤️🙏🏽

  8. The problem with people is that everyone has been made to view male and female the same when really they should just be equal. Females mature quicker than men, so when a woman is 16 she has the same mindset as a male in his 20s so idk what the big deal about it is lol its not like he could be her dad with that age gap it's only 4 years people need to get a grip and sometimes age is just a number I've met men who are 30 and I can swear my 4 year old son is more intelligent than him lol. Also responsible men like that who are hardworking and would still squeeze you into his schedule because he geuenley likes you is rare; value it and take it. You rather have a man a little older than you who will be good for you rather than a loser your age just to satisfy societies opinion about age gaps pff

  9. I may not be right on this but isnt as long as they dont have sexual intercourse it isnt considered illegal i dont know if this is right

  10. I have 7 kids and their names are Petra, Anezka, and Natalia, triplets. Rogelio and Rogeliana, twins. Angelo and Mateo, twins. My wife is Venezuelan I picked the first two names and my wife picked the rest.

  11. Give him a chance you might be surprised. Same thing happend to me and now I’m married to him and we have a healthy happy family

  12. Maybe in America it' s different but where I live that would mean that you would eventually become a mother to this boy. Sometimes teens don't like children but then grow up and want to have them. But other times they don't want kids even as adult women. Remember that in this relationship there is and always will be a third person. Give it time and see how it develops.

  13. Keep being his friend till you're a bit older. Maybe you two really love each you'll wait for each other.
    Maybe help with his son a bit, like babysitting for him(for money of course).
    Maybe this is a chance for the little boy, he needs a good mother.

  14. He seems to have a lot of responsibility and shows he thinks befofe acting impulsively. He also chose the best decision on keeping his child despite the pressure which shows me his morals. He thinks, acts and behaves according to his morals and even has future goals that he actively pursues, not just all talk. I say that if you love him, be with him. So what if he has a son, you will love his son too. Who cares what your parents think, give it a try and see how u feel.

  15. Listen to your heart. You are young it wont be for ever. Good times and bad times will come but you will learn from them both

  16. keep on dating him, and if ur mum gets mad tell her that he really loves you and you really love him. If she still doesn't accept it, ask her whether she actually loves u or not bc real mums will support their child and want them to be in a relation with someone that really cares for him/her.

  17. At 16 everything especially romantic love would feel like the 'forever' kind. My parents had me at 17 so it is hard to be a parent while trying to continue studying. People will say that 16 is too young to be truly in love and it won't last, but you never know. My parents are still acting like teenagers in love after 21 years of marriage. I think you should stay as friend with him, tell him you're still interested but you want to wait until you finish high school or college. If he's actually serious about you, he would be willing to wait. If not, you are young and you still have lots of time to experience stuff.

  18. I say keep the relationship, you don't have to be a mother just yet because of his little boy and I'm pretty sure he understands that, he wants a relationship with you because he likes you for you, not because you'd be a good mother figure 🙂

  19. Hmmm…

    I have advise….

    Maybe…

    Maybe just wait until you're older and then you can do those stuff!!
    EASY!!!

  20. I think you should meet his family and ask them if it’s true that the mother of his baby died cus girl you don’t wanna deal with baby mama drama!!

  21. It dosent matter she is only 16 and hes 20 If she was older i would have understan but she only 16 and hes 20 and he now it and are ok whit it i dont think hes normal she is way to young

  22. I know it's hard and you're going to have to wait, but the baby needs a mother and he needs a companion. Just date and see where it goes.

  23. She is still young, I would suggest to keep the friendship and date around. If he is still available by the time she graduates, Just consider it is fate and she has more the love than him.

  24. Your stupid because he's still a person and it's not his fault that he is a dad and you [ if you truly like him ] shouldn't be that rough on his behalf. Because think of it this way. Would you want the same thing if he was you

  25. I'd say talk to him and hangout with him as a friend and see where it goes. I wouldn't start dating him until you're a couple years older.

  26. Iñ most places it's legal to date between four to five years apart if that person is younger and in high school so go for it

  27. It's not like you're going to marry him next week or something give it a try this kind of caring and responsible man and on top of it he loves is some how rare to find nowadays i wish you all the best

  28. For me love is all matters….age doesn't matter,my ex bf was 22 and i am 27 and still not getting married haha

  29. Girl carpe diem. If I were in your situation I think I would have tried to be with Andrew, and if things don't work out, relax, you have your whole life to move on.

  30. 6:03. How can someone have no relatives? Did she run away from home? Doesn't she have a mother or a father? A sibling?

  31. It sounds complicated but trust me it’s not as complicated to understand if you think of it from his point of view I think u should go out with him

  32. Everyone needs to chill. she’s not obligated to stay with him. If she doesn’t want to play stepparent and deal with that type of stuff then she doesn’t have to. She 16, it’s not like there’s no way she can meet a new guy. Shes got plenty of time to decide what she’s ready for. I wouldn’t have let my daughter do it honestly. Big life differences and too naïve for a 20 yr old. 💁🏾‍♀️💁🏾‍♀️

  33. U should go with him he is so kind to share his time with his baby to spend time with u and that shows he rlly cars i think he is perfect for u

  34. For me, better to keep the relationship because it hard to find a man who can be that responsible. It just my opinion. A choice is with you😉

  35. Try to make it work keep texting but see if you still like him when you're a bit older, maybe 18. And if he feels the same way. Wait until you graduate and start college or try for a job. Idk just my opinion.

  36. Girl….he is a keeper…he's strughling but is determined and committed…i know its confusing for u but its not like its u who has to care for he child…just spend time with him n his kid cause u obviously love him and i guess he loves you too…when u are old enough..y'all can get married and his child will love u by then and will have a real mom….

  37. If you love him enough then try. You will never know unless you try. But remember the laws in your country/state and take your own feelings into consideration too.

  38. Don't be a dumb bitch i turn 17 a couple days ago so I'm not that much older but I have a wonderful son and girlfriend and they love each other very much stop seeing single parent and thinking it's to hard for you when the truth is it's hard to make time for yourself or others so when someone comes into are lives making us so happy someone gives us love while we fight so hard just to have a normal life I'm just saying loves more then that

  39. Follow your heart. Who cares what other thinks. Who cares if he has a son. What matters is that you love each other and than you know how you feel.

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