There's nothing you can do about their opinons. They'll either be happy or they won't. Just come out and tell them when you feel the time is right.When my husband and I got pregnant with our first baby neither of our families were terribly excited. We had only been together for 5 months and even though we were plenty old enough to start a family (I was 24, he was 28) it just wasn't the ideal situation. But, all that mattered was that we were happy. We've been together for four years, married for three. So things worked out well for us. Then, I got pregnant with our son when our daughter was 9 months old. I got pregnant a couple of months sooner than we were expecting, but he was planned. Most of our friends and some of our family were again, not very supportive. Instead of congratulations, we got, "Was it planned?" It was ridiculous. But, we were happy and that was what was important. I'm pregnant with our third and we have much better friends now, so they have all been happy and supportive. Our families know that we want a biggish family and that we want our kids close in age, so they're happy for us as well.Babies don't always come at the perfect time, but if you and your fiance are happy, that's what's important, not other people's reactions.