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deleted. NoahsSuperMom! 1 child; Florida 1429 posts
12th Apr '12

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user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
12th Apr '12

It's kind of common these days so I don't think of anything....

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
12th Apr '12
Quoting ChrissyLovesNoah:" On teen parents & pregnant teens? Like when you are in public what do you think when you see them? ... [snip!] ... so naturally I am curious on what those people are thinking. You can be as hatefull as you want, as long you are honest(:"


I don't think anything. I look young so I am a terrible judge of how old someone is. If they look REALLY young I probably assume it's someone elses kid. If I realize it's theirs I don't much care.

Rebekah 2 kids; Tennessee 5534 posts
12th Apr '12
Quoting Dee♡J&B:" It's kind of common these days so I don't think of anything...."


This.
I also don't assumed they're teenagers. Some people just look young.

ℓauren♥ Due October 28 (girl); 1 child; Virginia Beach, Virginia 10414 posts
12th Apr '12

depends.



i see a pregnant 13 year old different then i see a pregnant 18 year old.
I got pregnant at 18 and i'm doing just fine.

Ꭶwan♥Nemo 1 child; Kansas City, Missouri 7416 posts
12th Apr '12

I dont have an opinion. I really dont care. Youre pregnant? Congratulations. that is the only appropriate response for me.

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16079 posts
12th Apr '12

I don't care. As long as they're not being an asshole to their kids. But that goes for anybody. Not just a parent that happens to have "teen" at the end of their age.

Anghellic Mama 4 kids; Iowa 1067 posts
12th Apr '12

"Deja Vue" lol

been there, done that. I survived. I hope she does too.

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49151 posts
12th Apr '12

ah i dont judge i was in WIC today and there was a girl with her mom she looked no older then 14.

CerealMakerWife♥ TTC since Apr 2013; 5 kids; Ukraine 36287 posts
12th Apr '12

I don't really care. People apparently think I'm a teen (far from it) and they give me shitty looks all the time. As long as your kid isn't acting like an asshole in the store I don't care anything about other people. :lol:

ℓauren♥ Due October 28 (girl); 1 child; Virginia Beach, Virginia 10414 posts
12th Apr '12
Quoting 03751908485:" ah i dont judge i was in WIC today and there was a girl with her mom she looked no older then 14. "


AHHH, you just reminded me i have a wic appointment! thank you! lol

NoahsSuperMom! 1 child; Florida 1429 posts
12th Apr '12

Yeah I feel like I get the, is that baby hers look alot. lol
It's good to know most people don't judge!

Liyah's Mama (: 33 kids; Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 433 posts
12th Apr '12
Quoting ℓauren♥:" depends. i see a pregnant 13 year old different then i see a pregnant 18 year old. I got pregnant at 18 and i'm doing just fine."


THIS! exactly. I was 18 when I had my daughter, 17 when I got pregnant, I look like I'm 14 with no make up on, I got ALOT of dirty looks. When We had our daughter, the one nurse asked how old I was, and I said 18. She thought I was 24 or so. Some people just LOOK younger.

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16079 posts
12th Apr '12
Quoting ChrissyLovesNoah:" Yeah I feel like I get the, is that baby hers look alot. lol It's good to know most people don't judge!"


I got that a lot when DD was younger. Cause I looked about 14. I'm 21 now so I think i have aged a bit. Now people know she's mine.

CallieChristine 1 child; Marianna, Florida 163 posts
12th Apr '12

My opinion is like I told a family friend, who is a teen and pregnant, It may have been an accident, but it wasn't a mistake, God dosen't make mistakes. I got married at 20, and we're having our first child now that I'm 22. It's something I take pride in, and I urge others to try and make the same desicion. Though that dosen't mean that anyone that does elsewise made the "wrong" desicion, and it's certainly not my place to judge. Heck people used to have babies at 14-16, and it was totally normal. I think it's not a matter of age, but maturity.