I'd be very disappointed. If she wants to be a stay at home not, great, I want her to be able to do that, but if she decided she didn't want an education, I'd feel like I failed as a mother. I would not support that, or her, if she threw her life away that way.
I would tell her she can be a SAHM when she gets married and has kids, until then, she's going to have to find a way to support herself and thats difficult without a college degree. Things don't always work out as we want and her future family might not allow her to stay home. Also, being a SAHM doesn't mean you can't get an education. Almost everything is optional to my kids, an education is not one of those things, so I would tell her that unless she finds some way to go support herself and get her own place right then and there, she's going to college.
I would say she needs to finish college first then find a husband. She would need to be capable.of.taking care of her self first and foremost alone without a man. After being able to do that she can do whatever she wants to do
I really can't imagine my DD saying this. If she's got brains in her head, and she does, she'll learn from watching her dear ol' mom how to take care of herself and how important it is that she learn to provide for herself.