I don't know what to do...

I'm trying to make a pretty big decision and I have no idea what to do... I have to decide between moving back to Virginia, where my fiancé is, or staying in Texas, where my mom is, until after the baby is born. Virginia is the better choice financially, but I don't know if I can go through the rest of the pregnancy, childbirth, and taking care of a newborn without my mom there. And to top it all off, it's like I have to choose between my fiancé and my mom... I hate this. I need advice, please.

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    Maybe your mom could come stay with you in Virginia for a couple weeks.
      This baby is you and your fiances. So my advice would be for the two of you to stay together, you will need to learn to do it just you and him eventually. I certainly understand the need to have your mother's support. My mom came for the birth of my daughter and stayed for 4 days with us once we brought her home. It was nice to have her there for that transition period. I would suggest you keep your family together, and try and have your mom come stay with you for a while when the baby is born.
        Thank you everybody. I am thinking the same thing, that I should be with my fiancé. In response to my mom coming to VA, I hope that she'll be able to come visit us and meet her new grandchild but with her job, I don't know if that will be possible. I'm pretty sure that I will move back to Virginia within the next couple of months though, it's probably what's best for the baby. Again, thank you all for your advice, it really helped to have someone outside of the situation weigh in on it.
        About Suzanne Falkowski
        Current: Petersburg, Virginia
        Birth: August 14
        On Moms.com since: Nov 16, 2013
        My husband and I just welcomed our first daughter into the world, June 6th, 2014.