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elle-marisha 1 child; Australia 318 posts
20th Sep '12

Okay I'm 18 and had my baby two weeks ago. I have my families support mostly. I have a car and Ive graduated and now getting a degree.
It's friggin hard work being a mum!! You my dear need to realise that having a baby changes your whole entire life. Even how others interact with you. You won't have time for yourself, you will be entirely responsible for another human, you won't have the opportunity once you have a baby to turn around and go.. Just kidding put it back. It's a life changing thing.
I'm way to young.. You are WAYYYY to young. The fact that your trying at 16 kinda just shows your immaturity as you don't realise that your actions are going to impact another life. Stop trying to have a baby.. Seriously.

Vindictive 50 kids; Switzerland 30558 posts
20th Sep '12
Quoting Alisonn Spires:" "


Eh?

glowinthedark 2 kids; Norway 29301 posts
20th Sep '12
Quoting TiffanyMarieDeVerney:" I'm 16 and I'm pregnant, and it was planned, Me and my fiance' did. We actually were trying for 6 months ... [snip!] ... of what others think, because I don't want anything to stress me out, because I know stress will hurt the baby, good luck(: "


Your poor parents

Nathan Young 2 kids; Syracuse, New York 57579 posts
20th Sep '12
Quoting glowinthedark:" Your poor parents"


This will probably be the weirdest association I've ever made...



But that moment from Willy Wonka (old one) popped into my head where the oompa loompa is pulling the dad out by his hand, and the dad's whining, "I have a blueberry for a daughter...."




......hilarity.

elle-marisha 1 child; Australia 318 posts
20th Sep '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting The Doctor:</b>" This will probably be the weirdest association I've ever made... But that moment from Willy Wonka ... [snip!] ... loompa is pulling the dad out by his hand, and the dad's whining, "I have a blueberry for a daughter...." ......hilarity."</blockquote>




Hahahahaha :D the old one was so much better then the new one.

Nathan Young 2 kids; Syracuse, New York 57579 posts
20th Sep '12
Quoting ellemarisha:" <blockquote><b>Quoting The Doctor:</b>" This will probably be the weirdest association ... [snip!] ... for a daughter...." ......hilarity."</blockquote> Hahahahaha :D the old one was so much better then the new one."



Oh, totally. DD is obsessed with it lately. The "Boom Backas" (Oompa Loompas)..... that's the part that scares her. :roll:



Not the boat... not the kids having awful shit happening to them.... nope. The oompa loompas.

elle-marisha 1 child; Australia 318 posts
20th Sep '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting The Doctor:</b>" Oh, totally. DD is obsessed with it lately. The "Boom Backas" (Oompa Loompas)..... that's the part ... [snip!] ... the part that scares her. :roll: Not the boat... not the kids having awful shit happening to them.... nope. The oompa loompas."</blockquote>




The oompa loompas are pretty terrifying... They are bright orange with green hair.... I see a random bright orange girl and I get terrified.. So I can see where shes coming from :P :D Hahahaha

Nathan Young 2 kids; Syracuse, New York 57579 posts
20th Sep '12
Quoting ellemarisha:" <blockquote><b>Quoting The Doctor:</b>" Oh, totally. DD is obsessed with it lately. ... [snip!] ... with green hair.... I see a random bright orange girl and I get terrified.. So I can see where shes coming from :P :D Hahahaha"



Tanimals, I tell ya. Tanimals. :P



Chelsie Nichnadowicz Cranford, New Jersey 124 posts
20th Sep '12
Quoting queso:" good luck with this. I don't see it ending well."

Yeah, I'm gonna have to go with queso on this one, way too young to be trying to have a child, unless you have your own place, car, well-paying job with insurance, and especially your high school diploma. Don't bring a child into the world when you're still a child yourself.

Noahs Mommy ❤ 16 kids; Arizona 628 posts
20th Sep '12

Im 16 and 15 weeks pregnant and so far it pretty much sucks. You dont wanna be pregnant at 16 or any young age. You might have a boyfriend like mine thats freaking over protective. And plus ima be quitting my job soon cause i can't do much. Ima be doing GED classes till i save up for barberschool, with my BD working. I know its still gonna be hard to be juggling baby supplies, half rent, m-power! and me stilling wanting to save for barberschool haha omg. I quit that for now. Anyways dont be a pregnant teenager, have fun, go out. Graduate, do something with ur life before u bring a BIG responsibility in ur life. I wouldnt have been pregnant right now but i had a BC fail.
So do whats right OP.

QDCJMommie Due October 7 (boy); Alabama 6 posts
20th Sep '12

Well I shouldn't be one to talk or make rude comments because in pregnant at the moment and im only 17 but its hard and hell and my baby isn't even here yet. My due date is October 8th and I worked my butt off to get my baby boy everything he needs and more. When you say things like this do you realize that it means no more thinking about yourself. It means everything you have is going toward this baby.I spent a couple thousands of dollars so far and my son isn't even here yet. Trust me sweetie it isn't what it seems think before you do and say things like this.

Jaylizzel TTC since Dec 2013; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Moses Lake, WA, United States 485 posts
22nd Sep '12

Babies are not all about cuteness and giggles. It is work and not something to take lightly. This is your chance to be free and enjoy being young without major responsibilities. Why in the world would you want to Jepordize that? I doubt you have a very good stable job or you're significant other, I doubt you have already graduated and chances are you and your bf are not married and living with parents on top of that. I am not judging i am just stating facts. This is the statistics. If you can not properly care for that child, why would you want to bring a child into that. I suggest you finsih school, go to college, live life while you're still young and then maybe think about a child. I love being a mother. I wouldn't change it for the world! BUT i would have wished I waited a little bit longer in life and making better choices. I would have much more enjoyed going out with friends when i was 19 and had my son, then staying home all day...cleaning, cooking, changing diapers, feeding the baby. Just saying. Really think about your future and the consequences first.

*KatteyBug* Due November 18; 1 child; Hazel Green, AL, United States 1619 posts
22nd Sep '12

From what I have been told, it's really hard to get pregnant ( and stay pregnant) at your age, after miscarrying. I have had two miscarriages as well, one when I was 17, the other when I was 18. I thought trying to have another one would help me move on, or fill the void, but I was wrong. I had a really hard time getting pregnant again, in fact I didn't until I actually STOPPED trying.
I understand wanting to fill that void, and I also understand just wanting to be a mom. But you're 16 and still have your teenage years left. Enjoy them first, then be a mom later. Try working for a daycare, or becoming a babysitter to help with the loneliness. It doesn't fill the hole, but it can cover it for a little while. Being a mom is hard work. I'm not due until february, but I had to raise 5 of my younger brothers and sisters from the time I was 12. I didn't get my teenage years, the football games, parties, going out at night bowling. My first priority was my siblings. And it was great, I loved to do it, but I also missed out.
Make a plan for yourself before you decide to have a baby. Are you going to college? Stable relationship? Job? Does he have a job? Supportive family?
All of that takes time. It sounds like a great idea now, but actually having to buy the food, diapers, clothing, car seat...Changing the diapers, up all night, feuds with the dad, having to grow up over night.....It's hard!



It's okay to want to be a mom. But it's also okay to finish up your teenage years first, make a plan, then have a family.
:) I hope that helped, if you need someone to talk to you can message me :)

Sabrina Norvitz Due October 12 (girl); Osteen, Florida 14 posts
26th Sep '12
Quoting glowinthedark:" If you lost both of your pregnancies at 9 weeks why do you classify one as a miscarriage and one as a stillbirth?"


this is fake, it very clear..

*Baby-T* Due October 30 (girl); Vermont 18 posts
26th Sep '12

No offence but if i was you my mom would have killed me to be trying to get pregnant at 16 your a little young hun you should finish high school first! Im 22 and having my first and people think im young for having my first and last but hunny if im young then your way to young! think about your life before you think about someone elses!