Many men don't feel attached to their baby until they are born. I know that usually you get the picture of the devoted man of the house going on midnight ice cream runs and watermelon searches in the dead of winter. The truth is he may not be as involved until he holds the baby and bonds with it. If he truly isn't around, at all, then you might worry about his commitment to you and the baby. But you are in a new relationship, having a baby together may be pretty hard on him. I agree that talking to him about it is important. Make sure that he has advance notice about doctors visits, or possibly a say in when you have them. Be sure that he is commited to being with you when the baby is born, if that is what you want, or talk to him about the names he likes or that you are thinking about. Try to continue to grow as a couple too. He asked you to be his girlfriend before you got pregnant, so at least it's not because he feels guilty for getting you pregnant. This should be a good indication to you that he saw some kind of a future in the two of you. Don't just make this about your baby. Go on dates, be willing to do things you did together before you got pregnant. Having a working relationship, even if it is just a friendship, will help you with your baby together. I hope it all works out!