.:+Ziona's Mommy+:. 1 child; Kentucky 1136 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting *Mama G*:" Think about what would be best for the child here. Abortion and keeping the child aren't the only options, there is adoption too. Good luck in making your decision sweetie."

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user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting bia.:" :!: My parents were around alot for my sister, she still drank and had sex, oh and got pregnant at 15, ooooooops."



It does happen. But not all parents are supportive. Her about me says she found out last weekend. I'm sure her parents are shocked and freaking out. They could come around. I was 18 and it took my parents a long time to come around. A baby is not just changing this girl's life, it is changing their entire family. They might come around, they might not.

Youreyeshaveit 2 kids; Orange Park, FL, United States 28778 posts
28th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting bia.:</b>" Just because she's 15 doesn't mean they shouldn't support her, that's a bit stupid, what kind of mother does that? :?"</blockquote>




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It is our responsibility as a parent to be there for our children, no matter what.

Ella & Travis' Mommy Due July 12 (boy); 1 child; Pennsylvania 488 posts
28th Jun '12

i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, i'm pretty sure her parents didn't support her going to a party and getting drunk and "probably" f**king some random guy.
It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT.

BαtMαɳ Gotham, DC, United States 72155 posts
status 28th Jun '12
Quoting Lil' Nugget.:" It does happen. But not all parents are supportive. Her about me says she found out last weekend. ... [snip!] ... A baby is not just changing this girl's life, it is changing their entire family. They might come around, they might not."

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I was 20... now 24 and my parents still don't support me in this one teeny bit.

BαtMαɳ Gotham, DC, United States 72155 posts
status 28th Jun '12
Quoting Ella & Travis' Mommy:" i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, ... [snip!] ... It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT."


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user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Mama C ♥:" :!: I was 20... now 24 and my parents still don't support me in this one teeny bit."


aw :(



my mom wanted me out of the house, my dad said no. then she said i could stay for a month, until i got used to LO and being a mom. I stayed pretty much 3 years. I moved out for a bit here and there, and now SO and I have our own house. My parents weren't keen on that idea, either, but they know I just don't care anymore what they think. My happiness & LO's has to come before theirs.

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Ella & Travis' Mommy:" i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, ... [snip!] ... It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT."

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thank you!

Youreyeshaveit 2 kids; Orange Park, FL, United States 28778 posts
28th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ella & Travis' Mommy:</b>" i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, ... [snip!] ... It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT."</blockquote>




That is what teens do. Its what most of us did and the pressures of being that age arent ever going to go away. I just hope she gets the love and support that she deserves.

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
28th Jun '12

I was the cool kid who called her daddy to pick her up when kids started drinking.

Madison! Due December 3 (girl); Lebanon, Maine 37 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Ella & Travis' Mommy:" i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, ... [snip!] ... It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT."


What is lecturing her going to do now? Make her un pregnant ?

October2011 2 kids; Pennsylvania 7000 posts
28th Jun '12

Life is gonna be hard..harder than you think. You probably thought it would be "cute" to get pregnant..but your cush left and now its not so cute. (i know people are gonna bash me on this, but im sorry..drunk or not..it is not hard to put a condom on, therefor im sure she didnt care if she got pregnant at the time.) ive been drunk on numerous occasions...the thought that sex = babies doesn just go away. Just wait..because right now is the easiest its going to be..just gonna get harder. However a baby is such a wonderful gift..so the hardships will be worth it. hopfully your parents won't be too hard on you.

O ♥ G 2 kids; Pride, Louisiana 10723 posts
28th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ella & Travis' Mommy:</b>" i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, ... [snip!] ... It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT."</blockquote>



Sorry but the REALITY is, not all teenagers think that way. In fact, most don't. I lost my virginity at 14, got drunk at 15, smoked pot at 16, did drugs at 18-19, then got pregnant at 19.....then I grew up and changed my life. And the funny thing is, my parents were super strict and I was a straight A student considered a "good girl" until I got to college and parties my ass off haha.



What's done is done. Why are you harping on what she shouldn't have done? That's not helpful. She obviously knows that now.

KD [Eli's Mommy] Due August 27 (boy); 1 child; Carrollton, Georgia 858 posts
28th Jun '12
Quoting Ella & Travis' Mommy:" i don't understand why she is playing the pity card.. there is a reason 21 is the legal drinking age, ... [snip!] ... It's about choices, having sex, getting drunk are ADULT choices, if you can't handle the ADULT consequences, then DON'T DO IT."

I can agree with this, but most people don't think about the consequences until after they happen. That's why consequences are a pain in the ass.

JL Carnahan 1 child; Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania 177 posts
28th Jun '12

My brothers wife had her daughter at 15 and She didn't get any help from her parents she got a job when she found out and saved it until almost when baby was born and got her own apartment and bought used baby items and She did it....Her daughter got pregnant at 17 and is a very good mother and her mother helped her out a little but not a lot....if you want to keep Ur baby get a job the $ saved will be a life saver