Wendy, my friend, Lacilou didn't ask for your opinions on her birth control choices, nor did she invite a discussion upon her plans regarding little lacilou jr, or the future usage scenarios of her ladyparts - she had an employment question, and nothing beyond that.
Now, I feel that I'm running the risk of mansplaining here, but I honestly feel that if you believe in reproductive choice, then you have to give people the benefit of the doubt in the reproductive choices that they make. Do we know the circumstances that led to Lacilou deciding to keep the baby? Were we part of the conversation between her, the father and their parents? No, and to inject our judgments of their choices from a distance is needlessly vituperative.
Look - if your daughter was to come to you and say, "I'm pregnate, and I have decided to do X", and you really believe she should do Y instead, what do you do? Do you coerce her somehow into Y, or do you support her in X, even if you feel that X is the wrong decision?
Once I was certain that my daughter had decided X after fully considering Y,Z and Q, I don't understand how I could do anything other than support her choice - and I'd be the first person to tell anyone who felt that they knew better than those of us actually in the situation to eat a bag of salty salted dicks.