Disco Llama 33 kids; Texas 1233 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting AshTray Dawn:" i didnt go out one day n say yea ima adopt a baby today, it just happened. my bff lived n another state ... [snip!] ... up n b a mom or sign him over, so chooce to sign him over so i got a lawyer, payed for it out of my tax money, n adopted him"


Yea I doubt that. They would have given her family first choice. You live with his mom? Why would you file to be his mom if you live with her? Can you provide any proof?

Disco Llama 33 kids; Texas 1233 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting A❤T=P[Bun in th Ov:" you should spend some money to go back to school, it will benefit you and your child."


:!::idea:

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting Disco Spider:" Yea I doubt that. They would have given her family first choice. You live with his mom? Why would you file to be his mom if you live with her? Can you provide any proof? "


As unlikely as her story sounds, it is very much possible.

Little Bit's Momma Due October 21 (boy); 33 kids; North Richland Hills, Texas 7479 posts
22nd Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Disco Spider:</b>" Yea I doubt that. They would have given her family first choice. You live with his mom? Why would you file to be his mom if you live with her? Can you provide any proof? "</blockquote>




Wait I thought she said the mother lived in another state?

JKBC♡ 2 kids; Windsor, PA, United States 9789 posts
22nd Jun '12

This is fishy. I don't see any court allowing a 19 yr old who is single to adopt. What kind of job do you have, do you own your own home and are you financially stable to be raising a child without struggling? If you answered no to those questions and don't have an amazing job at 19 then I say you're full of shit.

Wishuknw 2 kids; Michigan 1082 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting AshTray Dawn:" i didnt go out one day n say yea ima adopt a baby today, it just happened. my bff lived n another state ... [snip!] ... up n b a mom or sign him over, so chooce to sign him over so i got a lawyer, payed for it out of my tax money, n adopted him"


Well, hopefully you're not home schooling him! lol. Not sure if this is just your internet grammar that is so poor or what! I also hope you have a good job, it wouldn't be fair for you and him to have to struggle. Good luck!

Disco Llama 33 kids; Texas 1233 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting A❤T=P[Bun in th Ov:" As unlikely as her story sounds, it is very much possible."


We will see I guess.

user banned Due February 13; 17 kids; Florence, Alabama 191 posts
22nd Jun '12

i did finsih high school n i am going to collage. no his birth mother no loner lives with me, she left when she gave me the baby. n they didnt ask her family bc they live n a diff state, they looked for the father, couldnt find him. she signed her rights over to ME her family had no choice n the matter

Disco Llama 33 kids; Texas 1233 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting Little Bit's Momma:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Disco Spider:</b>" Yea I doubt that. They would have given ... [snip!] ... live with her? Can you provide any proof? "</blockquote> Wait I thought she said the mother lived in another state?"


She also said the baby's mom moved in with her in Alabama.

Honey&E 6 kids; Connecticut 3752 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting AshTray Dawn:" i didnt go out one day n say yea ima adopt a baby today, it just happened. my bff lived n another state ... [snip!] ... up n b a mom or sign him over, so chooce to sign him over so i got a lawyer, payed for it out of my tax money, n adopted him"


Do you think you can provide for him? Would he be better off being adopted by a couple in a better position economically?



I don't mean to judge, it just sounds like this little boy has already had a tough life. Raising a child is difficult. But here are many young single women that do it.

αuτumnαl ~, FL, United States 67138 posts
status 22nd Jun '12
Quoting AshTray Dawn:" i did finsih high school n i am going to collage. no his birth mother no loner lives with me, she left ... [snip!] ... state, they looked for the father, couldnt find him. she signed her rights over to ME her family had no choice n the matter"


*College. That's bad that you can't spell where you're attending school.

Disco Llama 33 kids; Texas 1233 posts
22nd Jun '12
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user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting AshTray Dawn:" i did finsih high school n i am going to collage. no his birth mother no loner lives with me, she left ... [snip!] ... state, they looked for the father, couldnt find him. she signed her rights over to ME her family had no choice n the matter"


you are illiterate.

Gir! 2 kids; Ohio 7504 posts
22nd Jun '12

IMO.. You have to actually overcome something to Give this kind of "encouragement" that you wanted to... I've been through some very random crap in my journey. But I still feel I have no place posting something like this and expecting hoorays :-/ Kudos to you of it's true. However, don't put it all out there like this. It's obviously going to start something. I WAS a teen mom.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
22nd Jun '12
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