Whenever your question is phrased like the topic of a Montel Williams episode, you know you’ve got problems. And in the spirit of said show, my advice to you is:
Pshh, you kiddin’ me gurrl? You need to kick that man to the curb! He a creeper!
I mean, did he really say it like that? Did he say “though I’m twenty-two and in college, I want you to move in with me and have my child.” If so, “Help.” is absolutely the right response. I don’t want to call the man you love batshit insane, but some set of circumstances are causing him to say batshit insane things.
You are eighteen. He’s twenty-two. He’s in college. Most likely a
sophomore I’m an idiot senior in college, but your baby’s first precious years of development would still probably occur amid all-night cram sessions, Dew-fueled Halo tournaments, and a haze of pot smoke.
And even if your boyfriend isn’t one of “those college students,” having a baby right now would likely consign you to never being ANY kind of college student. College isn’t for everyone, but neither is cashing in all your chips right out of High School.
I’m not saying it’s never the right decision to marry your high school sweetheart (my wife/high school sweetheart would kill me), but I will say that roughly 100% of the time, having a baby right out of high school, raising one in college, and doing so against your better judgement is. The fact that you felt the need to ask about this implies reluctance, and if you’re reluctant about bringing another human being into the world, DON’T DO IT. We’ve got plenty, thank you.
Tell him to slow up, calm down, and let your love go where it’s going to go for a while. Trust me, there’s far less rush than you imagine.