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kelly wbn 2+1 3 kids; Bacup, United Kingdom 611 posts
9th May '12
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" lol! Perfect example why some should wait to breed,"


lol

Momma to 3 C's 3 kids; Marianna, 2939 posts
9th May '12
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" lol! Perfect example why some should wait to breed,"


exactly I mean I accidentally capitalize crazy words once in awhile but never every word in the damn paragraph. lol

Momma to 3 C's 3 kids; Marianna, 2939 posts
9th May '12

bwahaha we are rude just an FYI ladies....

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49254 posts
9th May '12
Quoting ~*Newly noobish*~:" bwahaha we are rude just an FYI ladies...."


yay!!!!!!!

Lady Anon Due December 25 (girl); 1 child; Davenport, Iowa 4610 posts
9th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting HazelMarie:</b>" I Just Turned 17 And In The Beqininq Of My Preqnancy I Thouqht Every Thinq Would Be So Easy, Because ... [snip!] ... And Its Not Cheap , Your Baby COmes First Now And Its Hard Because Me And My Boyfriend Are Use To Spendinq Money On Ourselfs,"</blockquote>




is your g key broken? please tell me you didn't do that on purpose.

.bread.head. 1 child; Nevada 2482 posts
9th May '12
Quoting Crissi-Lynn:" I'm almost 16 years old, in July. & lately i've been wanting a baby. I am sexually active and had ... [snip!] ... both of my new born nephews, One is almost 5 months old and the other is 3 weeks old and it seems really easy to be a pare


Well you sound like you are def ready to be a mom. Why wait any longer? Go out right now, find yourself a poor uneducated young boy, and get pregnant... and while you are at it, quit high school and sign up for night classes to get your GED, Get a full-time day job that pays min wage and put your child on a list for daycare (thats where all your money will go). Dont forget to sign up for welfare right away and oh yea, make sure to sign up with the child support services so they can start a case to go after the babys daddy now.

Fuzzball's Mumster 1 child; London, United Kingdom 1793 posts
9th May '12
Quoting HazelMarie:" I Just Turned 17 And In The Beqininq Of My Preqnancy I Thouqht Every Thinq Would Be So Easy, Because ... [snip!] ... And Its Not Cheap , Your Baby COmes First Now And Its Hard Because Me And My Boyfriend Are Use To Spendinq Money On Ourselfs,"


ouch that hurt trying to read and not every one uses pamper i despise them!

lindsayraye Due November 8 (boy); Highspire, Pennsylvania 196 posts
9th May '12
Quoting Crissi-Lynn:" I'm almost 16 years old, in July. & lately i've been wanting a baby. I am sexually active and had ... [snip!] ... both of my new born nephews, One is almost 5 months old and the other is 3 weeks old and it seems really easy to be a parent."

you are WAYYY to young to be feeling like you want to be a mother. who knows if this guy is going to stick around or leave? im 20 years old and pregnant with my first child and i still get nervous. but my boyfriend and i have full time jobs, insurance, a car, and a place of our own. you need to wait until you are at least out of school and making it on your own. you say parenting seems easy but you know nothing yet.

lindsayraye Due November 8 (boy); Highspire, Pennsylvania 196 posts
9th May '12
Quoting Crissi-Lynn:" My dad passed away 9 months ago and me and my mother both have his death benefit money, and I have a ... [snip!] ... money, and I have a job and live with my mom, grandmother, and grandfather. My mom gets money every month for her disablity."


so you're using your mom and dad's money. you're not even going to support the baby on your own. this maay sound mean but you sound like a spoiled brat. do you really think that your dad would be happy with your decisions and that you're using HIS money and YOUR MOMS money on a child that you had way to young? i think not.

Kaiden's Mommy (: 1 child; Bristol, Connecticut 134 posts
9th May '12

You guys are being a little rude and disrespectful to these girls. The girl who types with q's instead of g's probably just thinks it's cool. (Every kid wants to be cool now a days.)



As for the one who made this post, she's just confused she will eventually get the clue that she needs to finish school & get a job and save money.



No need to sit here and try and make these 2 girls feel like crap, because then YOU GUYS are the one's who are being immature. (to the rude bg mommy's)

Fiddlesticks 1 child; Indiana 2126 posts
9th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mami Annie (::</b>" You guys are being a little rude and disrespectful to these girls. The girl who types with q's instead ... [snip!] ... and make these 2 girls feel like crap, because then YOU GUYS are the one's who are being immature. (to the rude bg mommy's) "</blockquote>




The girl who post this needed a reality check. Yeah, it may have been rude but really 15 wants a baby somebody needed to get real with her and maybe it took a few not so nice words for her to understand? And as the p's and q's girl it's not cute or cool. She is having a baby if she is so worried about being cool she should stop, and worry about getting ready for her child.

Kaiden's Mommy (: 1 child; Bristol, Connecticut 134 posts
9th May '12
Quoting Fiddlesticks[Liamishere!]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mami Annie (::</b>" You guys are being a little rude and disrespectful ... [snip!] ... cool. She is having a baby if she is so worried about being cool she should stop, and worry about getting ready for her child."


A reality check? Sorry i'm not being an ignorant person like the rest of you. No by being rude to her it's just going to make her want her desire more. It's typical psychology, you can't scare a 15 year old with harsh words now a days. A few nice words with nice advice will help her understand just fine, she's not stupid she's just still growing up. It's the freaking internet, she can type l!k3 tH!$ all she wants. And i said she probably thinks it's cool, i never said that is her main priority, you know nothing about her, so don't make judgements on something you know nothing about. People should treat other people how they would like to be treated. :wink:

Fiddlesticks 1 child; Indiana 2126 posts
9th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mami Annie (::</b>" A reality check? Sorry i'm not being an ignorant person like the rest of you. No by being rude to her ... [snip!] ... make judgements on something you know nothing about. People should treat other people how they would like to be treated. :wink:"</blockquote>




Maybe I am treating her how she wants to be treated. Everyone knows people get rude with girls like this...I have seen it a million times.

Kaiden's Mommy (: 1 child; Bristol, Connecticut 134 posts
9th May '12
Quoting Fiddlesticks[Liamishere!]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mami Annie (::</b>" A reality check? Sorry i'm not being an ... [snip!] ... treating her how she wants to be treated. Everyone knows people get rude with girls like this...I have seen it a million times."


Doesn't mean you need to be like "everyone" . Be your own leader.

Fiddlesticks 1 child; Indiana 2126 posts
9th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mami Annie (::</b>" Doesn't mean you need to be like "everyone" . Be your own leader."</blockquote>



No, I said I have seen this a million times not that I go on here with everyone else and get rude with young girls who "need to have a baby right now". I think that some women made good points and I do think she neede a reality check of what her life would be like with a baby. Maybe you read something's as rude and I read it as a reality check. Oh well, two different points of view....