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Phallus Cranium fuknutz, NM, Togo 103283 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting empire state of mind:" Its ok guys she probably practically raised her siblings"

Ah yes, the Babysitting is just like being a parent post :lol:

Jackie Burkhart ♡ 1 child; Wisconsin 7255 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting iLL-Legal Alien T-6days:" Will you please take me far far away?!"


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Bearer of ʞings 9 kids; Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain 8251 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting Nigel Thornberry:" This sounds about right. I love my daughter but trust me you don't want to miss out on your teen years, it sucks. "


I was lucky enough to have a man that stood around and did the "right" thing, so I was able to enjoy my teen years and finish school on time and college. BUT most girls at this age are Oh so in love and end up being a single mom.

Blessed x2♥ TTC since Dec 2013; 146 kids; Fort Wayne, Indiana 20171 posts
12th Sep '12

Before you start trying at such a young age sit down and think about all the factors of being a mom and having a child and such a young age. Maybe talk to someone who has been a teen mom. I had my son at 19 and it was not easy even at that age.



Also BG sadly does not have many supportive people, more know it all b***hes anymore and most wont support this or give you advice, they will only talk crap and judge you when they dont know you, so be careful about these topics, good luck in your journey. i hope it turns out how your hoping!

BαtMαɳ Secret Bat Cave, CA, United States 53489 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting Jackie Burkhart ♡:" "


LMAO!!!

Phallus Cranium fuknutz, NM, Togo 103283 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting 3 little girls:" At that age you should never TTC... i was 14 when i had my first child, 18 for #2, and 20 for #3. None ... [snip!] ... a day that goes by that my husband and i struggle to take care of them. We both have part time jobs and it still isnt enough!"


Of course not.



iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien 3 kids; New York, TX, United States 37137 posts
12th Sep '12

I'm curious to hear what awesome/stable/great job you can have at 16.



And how a 6 month contract (that her BF has) means that he can't get fired after 6 months.

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

I don't understand.....are you married? Do you own a home? Are you done with all of your schooling? Do you have a stable job? Insurance? Reliable vehicle?



If not, then why are you TTC?? You have your whole life ahead of you. Both of my pregnancies were unplanned and I can tell you, even at 23, I am not fully settled for parenting and it is really hard, but I do my best with what I have and know that someday I will have everything together. That being said, even in my current situation where I have a good job, vehicle, living with my SO, etc., if I did not have kids I would DEFINITELY not be TTC because I still need to become a homeowner, straighten out my credit, get health insurance, and complete my college education.



Long story short, no matter what you WANT, I think it's selfish for you to be TTC when you are not completely ready to take on a child.

deleted 2 kids; Fort Wayne, Indiana 6874 posts
12th Sep '12

oh no. where did OP go? :(

Vindictive 50 kids; Switzerland 30545 posts
12th Sep '12

Your losses are tragic. But you're 16. Quit trying to get pregnant and enjoy your youth.

iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien 3 kids; New York, TX, United States 37137 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting Jackie Burkhart ♡:" "

LMFAO

Sam211991 Due September 23; Bessemer, Alabama 37 posts
12th Sep '12

im only 21 and im due any day now and i wish i had been more careful and a little older and more financially stable... my bf and i can support a baby and pay the bills but its still going to be hard... just go babysit for a couple of hours and satisfy that baby craving.... getting pregnant so young is not the way to go.

beauty.lies.within 3 kids; Hicksville, Ohio 2896 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting .Colleen.:" Of course not. "


I make decent money where i work, but my husband doesnt. My point was jobs are hard to come by and with what we have its hard.. at 16 its going to be even more hard to find a great job!

marsupialjoe TTC since Jun 2003; 3 kids; Fort St John, British Columbia 454 posts
12th Sep '12

OP's a b***h who be trollinnnnnn
If she was actually 16 and trying to conceive she would be fighting back against all these posts with a bunch of immature nonsense.

Nigel Thornberry 1 child; New Hampshire 6415 posts
12th Sep '12
Quoting Bearer of Kings:" I was lucky enough to have a man that stood around and did the "right" thing, so I was able to enjoy ... [snip!] ... teen years and finish school on time and college. BUT most girls at this age are Oh so in love and end up being a single mom."


Lucky for me I graduated early so I had just finished classes when I found out and I'm still with my SO but things will never be the same. Especially since most of my friends went away for college or just disappeared so there's really no friends to have fun with haha.