Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers tease that Abigail (Marci Miler) and Chad (Billy Flynn) are in for some more tough times ahead. Abigail’s been in Boston with Laura (Jaime Lyn Bauer) getting intense psychotherapy to integrate her “alters” into her personality. She’ll do great work in therapy and will get to come home to Chad soon.
Chabby will be thrilled to see each other, and it will be a happy homecoming. But Abigail’s got a secret, and it’s a doozy! Days spoilers say that Abigail will confide in Gabi (Camila Banus) that she’s pregnant and doesn’t know who the father is – Stefan (Tyler Christopher) or Chad. Days viewers will remember that Abigail (as Gabby) slept with Stefan.
Abigail will probably be reluctant to tell Chad her news, but she’ll have to eventually. Chad will no doubt be horrified by the possibility that Stefan could be the baby’s father. Knowing Chad, he’ll be supportive and reassuring, but deep down it will really bother him. He can barely stomach the fact that a part of Abigail actually desired Stefan, and the possibility of Abigail having a baby with Stefan may be intolerable.
Chabby will no doubt get a paternity test done asap, and if it turns out that Stefan is the father, he will be a permanent part of Abigail’s life. In Stefan’s warped way, he’ll probably see the baby as the product of his love with Gabby. He’ll probably do everything in his power to eventually get custody of the child and make Chabby’s life a living hell.
Unfortunately, there’s the very real possibility that Abigail’s pregnancy will be the beginning of the end for Chabby. Chad and Abigail were already going to have some real work to do in their marriage to get past Abigail’s sleeping with Stefan. But if there’s a baby that’s a permanent reminder of the tryst, it’s going to be even harder for Chabby to deal with.
Will Stefan be the baby’s father? And if so, will Chabby’s marriage survive? Stay tuned to DOOL and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest Days of Our Lives spoilers, updates, and news.
— ♡ (@EliandLani) June 15, 2018