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xoxo.vannah♥ 1 child; Cumberland, Maryland 176 posts
21st Mar '12

i was fourteen when i got pregnant, fifteen when i had my son.
if you ever need anyone to talk to.. pm me.

savvy mommy to be Due June 16 (girl); 1 child; San Antonio, Texas 17 posts
23rd Mar '12

Well lemme tell u I was 12 wen I got pregnant with my first bby had him at 13 now hes 4 n healthy and im 17 expecting a lil girl same baby daddy all u could do is keep ur head up n don't let nobody put u down it may be hard at first to deal with but u will get the hang of being a mommy and ur bby will mean everything to u

ClevelandRox Due April 19; 3 kids; Ontario 233 posts
4th Apr '12
Quoting ChristinaKayeDubey.:" yyees im 16, yi have 4 kids and one is one the way. yes we are legally married"


I am so lost, Im sorry so you have twins 2 kids and a baby on the way? oh good lordy your a baby still! I was 17 when i got pregnant and had my first at 18, i thoiught it was love forever lol nope, you dont no who you are when you hit your 20s all of a sudden everything changes. I do hope it works out for you but damn your so young to be having so many dang kids!?!?!?! Im not even married yet and I have 3 kids!

Aqua'Marie Due May 17 (girl); Lansing Charter Township, Michigan 5 posts
6th Apr '12

I dont think you should give your baby up for adoption and defintly dont have an aborsion pray about it you will make it through and talk to a counsler keep your head up dont let the negitive comments get to you dont let the media or crowd get you down your going to be a great mother im 13 going on 14 and im having a baby girl May 18 2012 and I count her as my little blessing

Shelby League Due November 11 (boy); 1 child; Dallas, Georgia 56 posts
7th Apr '12

I had my daughter when I was 14 and then a month later I turned 15. Me and her dad were together for 2 years and then after she was born, that all went away. I am 16 now but girls think that they are gonna have a big happy family and be happy for the rest of their lives. But it's a lie. Now, I am a single mother, with a 1 year old daughter and another one on the way. It is so hard. Now since all this has happened, I have to go to therapy for depression. But really, I think any teen mom should go to therapy because they do help a lot. I have finally realized from watching my daughter always sick and trying to raise her, that I can't have 2 kids. So I'm giving this one up for adoption to my Aunt and Uncle. I know that it's a hard thing to do, but after having my daughter, I think ALL teenage mothers should think about adoption. Because their are a lot of great couples out there who can't have kids and want SO bad to be a parent, but they can't. If your parents arn't accepting of the baby, then I really think you should think about it. Or do like me, ask around to your family members and see if they would like a baby. With my adoption, I'm gonna get to keep my baby every weekend. Just because you give it up for adoption, does not mean your never gonna see it again.

Courtney&Aaden Due January 13 (boy); USA 3 posts
8th Apr '12

I was 15 when i had my son, im 16 now, Im a single teen mom and its hard but all worth it in the end.

Jr's Mommie :) 1 child; New York 49 posts
8th Apr '12

Hey i was 15 when i got pregnant i gave birth at 16 , im going to be 17 now in may and my son is 6 months ! I Must Admit being a teen mom is hard just remember to stay focus and avoid negativity ! its all about your baby now do whats best ! if You ever need anyone to talk to im here inbox me i know at time people can be very spiteful & Mean and it does hurt a lot just know your not the first or the last keep your head up and be positive & may god give you and your child many blessings .:)

Danielle E. Austin Due August 13 (boy); 3 kids; Raleigh, North Carolina 1 posts
9th Apr '12

I was a teen mom I had my first 6 days before my 15th birthday, it is alot of harwork, but you have to stay focused and motivated for yourself and your child. I would say start with the school and see what they can do to help you complete classes. Depending on whether the father is there to help or you have support from your parents will also be something to think about. I moved out of my parents house into my own apartment and got a job I went to school part time, but I was able to graduate before the rest of my peers because I only took mandatory classes. Just remember to stay focused and there is help and resources out there for you stay positive its not the end of the world.



Good Luck and my prayers to you and your family.

Meℓony ♥ 1 child; Huntsville, AL, United States 3798 posts
9th Apr '12

learn all you can while you are pregnant, so you will be prepared more when the baby comes and it won't be AS hard for you. I got pregnant at 14, I turned 15 a few months later on February 13th, 2011 and had my daughter July 11th (I just turned 16 this past feb.) I suggest you go into homeschooling or do online schooling, it is A LOT easier.



If you have any questions you can PM me if you want, I've been through it. :)



Also, you really don't need to give your baby up for adoption, I think you should keep it, because I know you can do it.
unless you want to just keep partying, but you shouldn't. I don't party anymore, unless it's been a few months and I go hang out with friends when I have a babysitter. as long as you have good support, you can do it.

ClevelandRox Due April 19; 3 kids; Ontario 233 posts
10th Apr '12
Quoting Shelby League:" I had my daughter when I was 14 and then a month later I turned 15. Me and her dad were together for ... [snip!] ... gonna get to keep my baby every weekend. Just because you give it up for adoption, does not mean your never gonna see it again."


I think what your doing is amazing, and very hard but your lucky you have family and you sound like you have a really good plan in place! And your right about thinking it all works out with your bf 99% of the time it wont work out in the end weather it takes a few months or a few years, you girls are so younge still and being a teenager is finding out who you are and your choices on who you want to help raise your children may change the older you get. I`ve been there too and learned the hard way, my choices changed, i realised who i was with was going knowhere in life after i had my first daughter so i left him my feelings changed completely. Or sometimes the dads just up and walk away dont pay support and hardly see there kids, because there still kids themselves.



I really liked reading your story and your family must be proud of you for making such a stronge discition