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Kirsty Oneil Due November 29; Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom 44 posts
5th Jul '12


Quoting Snotface♫[usmc]:" Why do you have to classify yourself as a "young" mom?



because i was 16 with my 1st



Snow 1 child; Storybrooke, ME, United States 34011 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:"because i was 16 with my 1st "


Doesn't matter. You're a mom, be one. No need to add the 'young' crap.

Kirsty Oneil Due November 29; Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom 44 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Snotface♫[usmc]:" Doesn't matter. You're a mom, be one. No need to add the 'young' crap."

it dose when the people keep saying im to young to have 3 kids it dose

Snow 1 child; Storybrooke, ME, United States 34011 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" it dose when the people keep saying im to young to have 3 kids it dose"


16 is too young to have kids but oh well. Also, don't mod someone unless it's worthy of it. Please read the rules.

Sherlock Holms 5 kids; 4 angel babies; United Kingdom 39653 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" it dose when the people keep saying im to young to have 3 kids it dose"


If you can afford the children and give them the love and attention they need who cares what others say?

Kirsty Oneil Due November 29; Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom 44 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Bellatrix. Veni~Vidi~Vici:" If you can afford the children and give them the love and attention they need who cares what others say? "

that was my ponit but they were saying i couldnt afford them when they dont know me i really dont care what anyone says

NinjaSAPIOSEXUALShahinda 5 kids; Strongsville, Ohio 34460 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" that was my ponit but they were saying i couldnt afford them when they dont know me i really dont care what anyone says"



If it pisses you off, you care.
Did you finish school?

Sherlock Holms 5 kids; 4 angel babies; United Kingdom 39653 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" that was my ponit but they were saying i couldnt afford them when they dont know me i really dont care what anyone says"


I personally do not get how someone who does not know you would even comment on if you could afford your kids or not, it's not something that would even come up in a conversation I'd have with anyone unless they were telling me they are struggling money wise.

Kirsty Oneil Due November 29; Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom 44 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Ninja Shahinda:" If it pisses you off, you care. Did you finish school?"


yes and went to college and work etc

Kirsty Oneil Due November 29; Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom 44 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Bellatrix. Veni~Vidi~Vici:" I personally do not get how someone who does not know you would even comment on if you could afford ... [snip!] ... that would even come up in a conversation I'd have with anyone unless they were telling me they are struggling money wise. "


well i worked from being 16 and had money off xmas and birthdays etc and ive always supported my kids but when i was try to tell them they werent intreasted in what i was saying

Sherlock Holms 5 kids; 4 angel babies; United Kingdom 39653 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" well i worked from being 16 and had money off xmas and birthdays etc and ive always supported my kids but when i was try to tell them they werent intreasted in what i was saying"


The best thing to do with people like that is let them believe what they want, as long as you know that you can support your family then its not worth getting pissed off over.

WeenieMachine 3 kids; Japan 27915 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" well i worked from being 16 and had money off xmas and birthdays etc and ive always supported my kids but when i was try to tell them they werent intreasted in what i was saying"


Some people enjoy feeling righteous, it doesn't make them right.

Mamitato2 Due November 30; 2 kids; Dover, Pennsylvania 983 posts
5th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kirsty Oneil:</b>" well i worked from being 16 and had money off xmas and birthdays etc and ive always supported my kids but when i was try to tell them they werent intreasted in what i was saying"</blockquote>




I remember reading the post earlier on here that you were in. If it really doesn't bother you or you don't care then why even make this post? Seems like you feel a need to prove to people on this site that you can and have taken care of your kids. You don't need to prove anything to anyone on here.

Brantley+Savannah 2 kids; Mills River, NC, United States 3119 posts
5th Jul '12
Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" well i worked from being 16 and had money off xmas and birthdays etc and ive always supported my kids but when i was try to tell them they werent intreasted in what i was saying"


most people are just judgmental and look down on everyone who is young and pregnant/has kid(s), I really don't think age matters as long as you take care of your kids and do what needs to be done, people also look down on young moms who have accepted help from their parents or others so that they can go to college and get a good job to provide better for their children.



You are doing the absolute best you can for your kids and that is all that matters

Miss Ashley +2 2 kids; New York 3790 posts
5th Jul '12

You know what is funny.



Not everyone in the other post that you were in were commenting on your ability to care for your children. It was more or less just how dumb you sound when you type.



As far as taking care of your children all that was said was that it isn't a cake walk to take care of 4 kids, especially at a young age. Being a young mom myself, it makes it a bit harder then the norm to take care of multiple children being younger, as we still have most of our lives to live & plenty to learn.



No one was judging your skills as a mother, but you were stating that it is EASY. THAT is what people were talking to you about!



If you didn't care so much you wouldn't have gone to make another post to b***h about it.