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MommySpurgeonX4 4 kids; Idaho 1508 posts
26th Jun '12
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Bailey&Ashlin's Mum 2 kids; New Zealand 882 posts
26th Jun '12

Wait for terrible 2's ;) i had my son when i was just 17, im now 21 with baby #2 on the way & my son is 4 in a couple weeks. Yes young people can be good parents to but youve still got alot of growing with your new bub to do also :) congratulations and enjoy all the experience! ;)

Alacia+3 Due October 12 (girl); 2 kids; Oregon 2422 posts
26th Jun '12
Quoting Sammie Bates:" Wait for terrible 2's ;) i had my son when i was just 17, im now 21 with baby #2 on the way & my ... [snip!] ... parents to but youve still got alot of growing with your new bub to do also :) congratulations and enjoy all the experience! ;)"


:!: Agreed

Lynns Due April 14 (boy); Texas 128 posts
26th Jun '12

I have a two month old. I'm 21, I have everything I could ever want and need but that doesn't make having a baby easy. It's probably one of the most difficult things I've ever done in my life but I would not give it up for the world. But hey I guess kuddos to you for thinking it's easy this early on :)

❤ ʘlive Oyl 4 kids; 6328 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting MommySpurgeonX4:" i have to agree :D"

Can someone sum it up lol?

Love what it is.. 1 child; Vidalia, Louisiana 1415 posts
27th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Katlynn Bradds:</b>" i have been with my daughters father now for going on 5 years and we got married on Sept. 3 2011 & ... [snip!] ... seem but also it may not be a easy as i have it all babies and people are different but i love my daughter and i always will "</blockquote>




Lol I'm 16 and I have a (almost) 6 month old. When he was 2 months I was thinking the SAME thing! Your little post will change soon cause it's NOT easy!

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Sophie's dairy cow:" I live in wv and I do not use the word yall. gah its soo annoying."



You're the only person I've seen from here that has a location that I've heard of!! lol

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
27th Jun '12

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Leland makes Three =] Due April 8 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Grand Rapids, MI, United States 2353 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting .Colleen.:" Congrats! but don't be surprised if those rose colored glass shattter There is alot more to parenting than the first few months :wink:"


yeah wait til you have to chase her everywhere... the first few mos are EASY!

Mama of three babes 3 kids; New York 1257 posts
27th Jun '12

I had my baby at 19 and while I never found parenthood hard, I had the most amazing little well behaved children. They don't throw tantrums, they listen and well behaved in public, mainly because I am a good parent who has my kid in check. I have 8 1/2 year old 4 1/2 year old and pregnant with # 3. I have loved every moment of my children and never found one age harder over another. I love being a parent some people have it in them and just LOVE it. Others learn to and some sadly never do and those are the shitty parents and they come in all ages. I never got the parents who dread the summer and hate having their kids home and bring them to daycare so they can be home alone. It annoys me. I love being with my kids all the time.

What was hard about having a child young was the rest of life. Finishing school and working to support my son. I want to give my children the best life possible and give them everything and I work hard to achieve it. I am still in school.

So parenting wasn't hard. It was becoming a parent young and having to make a life with a baby. It sets you back and makes everything harder. Me and my hubby have done it though and raised happy spoiled boys. We also had a great support system, for when we had to work so we didn't have to put our children in daycare THANKFULLY!!!

MommySpurgeonX4 4 kids; Idaho 1508 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting ♥ Olive Oyl:" Can someone sum it up lol?"


Well... basically this little girl claims that being a parent is all glitter and rainbows because her 2 MONTH old baby is just so great, because she loves her so much. So our question was does this mean if we have a tough time sometimes w/our children we don't love them enough? this girl is just an ignorant idiot. she is saying shes in nursing school but does everything on her own for her child and that she doesn't ask her husband for anything and doesn't have anybody watch her kid. i find that very hard to believe. shes crazy and one of those types that makes her life look fantastic online when in reality its not all that great. that about sums it up...
:D

user banned 1 child; Jamaica, OH, United States 7126 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Mommyof2expecting1more:" I had my baby at 19 and while I never found parenthood hard, I had the most amazing little well behaved ... [snip!] ... We also had a great support system, for when we had to work so we didn't have to put our children in daycare THANKFULLY!!!"


So, you're saying that kids that are harder to manage, and throw tantrums should be blamed on bad parenting???

Milk Monster 2 kids; Arizona 9089 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Mommyof2expecting1more:" I had my baby at 19 and while I never found parenthood hard, I had the most amazing little well behaved ... [snip!] ... We also had a great support system, for when we had to work so we didn't have to put our children in daycare THANKFULLY!!!"


I am a good parent, but my son still throws tantrums. :?

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59661 posts
status 27th Jun '12
Quoting Pregasarus♥:" I am a good parent, but my son still throws tantrums. :?"


Seriously.



I'd be worried about a kid that never goes through a defiance stage.

Milk Monster 2 kids; Arizona 9089 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting The Doctor:" Seriously. I'd be worried about a kid that never goes through a defiance stage."


I'd be worried my child wasn't normal if he was this perfect little angel all of the time.