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L♥vey +2 Due October 2; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Nevada 2322 posts
7th Feb '13

Good luck to you if you are pregnant. Sorry that there are so many here against teen pregnancy, but I'm one of them. Do you have a job? a car? health insurance? money? Takes a lot to raise a baby and people are just worried about you and a baby. If you turn out not pregnant, you really should try to prevent it until you are out of school and on your own. I'm not trying to offend you but I really hope things work out.

michelle_217 Bremen, Germany 342 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting L♥vey 5wks!:" Good luck to you if you are pregnant. Sorry that there are so many here against teen pregnancy, but I'm ... [snip!] ... try to prevent it until you are out of school and on your own. I'm not trying to offend you but I really hope things work out."


It is fine that people are against it I do not live my life according to what other people agree with, lots of adults do not have these things that you listed ..... thank you for the luck



mommyonedaymaybe New York, New York 262 posts
7th Feb '13

can I see the new test?

michelle_217 Bremen, Germany 342 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting mommyonedaymaybe:" can I see the new test?"


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L♥vey +2 Due October 2; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Nevada 2322 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting therewillbeswans:" It is fine that people are against it I do not live my life according to what other people agree with, lots of adults do not have these things that you listed ..... thank you for the luck "


You're right there are a lot of adults that aren't even ready for babies. But at least they are adults who can work and provide their own transportation and are hopefully done with school.

michelle_217 Bremen, Germany 342 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting L♥vey 5wks!:" You're right there are a lot of adults that aren't even ready for babies. But at least they are adults who can work and provide their own transportation and are hopefully done with school."


Okay... not going to sit on here and argue with you about this I am going to do my best and going to face it instead of sitting around sad about it ... it is all I can do

it is all I know to do ... and that is all

mommyonedaymaybe New York, New York 262 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting therewillbeswans:" "


bfp congrats, seem to have your head on straight wish you well hun.

michelle_217 Bremen, Germany 342 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting mommyonedaymaybe:" bfp congrats, seem to have your head on straight wish you well hun."


thank you ...excited :)

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15185 posts
8th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting therewillbeswans:</b>" Yes I worked to get into this charter school that and with the help of a few awesome people that I ... [snip!] ... around that know people who have done it and with the help of people god willing I will not have to live with them much longer"</blockquote>




You cannot do it all on your own at 16. You would need to get legally emancipated before you could even think about moving out on your own, let alone be able to afford it.

Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49446 posts
8th Feb '13

What exactly is a charter school? Is it like a private school where you pay tuition? If so, who pays your tuition? Don't you think you may get thrown out of the charter school for being pregnant?

J+C+B=3 19 kids; Godfrey, Illinois 391 posts
8th Feb '13

She's already pregnant so nothing any one says or does can change anything. She will have to figure thongs out and deal with whatever comes her way. I got pregnant with my first child at 17. I stayed at my mothers house and got myself together. I dropped out of highschool and got my GED. I needed 18 credits to graduate and didn't want to be in highschool with an infant. I took GED classes and got my diploma in 9 months. I went to work when my son was 2 months old. Not every situation is tragic. I'm now married with two kids and one on the way. I hope her situation is better than most. She needs help not criticizing. What's done is done.

Take me as I am 18 kids; Wyoming 1669 posts
8th Feb '13

Take a bow! Can we say another teen needing the state to help you raise your child! High five. At 16 I dont care who you are you do not have a job that pays well enough for your school, yourself and a child let along you want to be on your own. You a funny girl

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15185 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting Take me as I am:" Take a bow! Can we say another teen needing the state to help you raise your child! High five. At 16 ... [snip!] ... have a job that pays well enough for your school, yourself and a child let along you want to be on your own. You a funny girl"


I was a teen mom without any state help. So stop being stupid, you have no idea what you're talking about, other than knowing you have a disposition against teen moms.



I'm against teen pregnancy because I know first hand how hard it is and how much teens really don't understand what they're getting themselves into.



You're just being a jackass for the sake of being a jackass.



Her problem is that she has no parental support, which is going to make her situation next to impossible.

Take me as I am 18 kids; Wyoming 1669 posts
8th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Red Bottom:</b>" I was a teen mom without any state help. So stop being stupid, you have no idea what you're talking ... [snip!] ... being a jackass. Her problem is that she has no parental support, which is going to make her situation next to impossible. "</blockquote>




Yes jackass, good word. You were 16 living on your own, full time job, paying for day care on your own with all living expenses including your car and insurance? Nice try, jackass. Teens need to keep them damn legs closed. Shoot me

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15185 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting Take me as I am:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Red Bottom:</b>" I was a teen mom without any state help. ... [snip!] ... all living expenses including your car and insurance? Nice try, jackass. Teens need to keep them damn legs closed. Shoot me"


No. I lived at home with my parents for less than 6 months. Then I moved out on my own and worked multiple jobs before I graduated high school. Once I graduated high school I had one full time job with benefits and then some side jobs for extra money. I paid for everything. Rent. Day care. Clothes. Baby proofing. Food. My car. My car insurance. My health insurance. My utilities. My phone. My retirement. My life insurance. My attorney's fees.



Tell my 5 year old that his mommy who teaches him everything, has wiped every runny nose, has cleaned up every mess, has rocked him to sleep, bathes him, and provided everything he has ever needed....to keep her legs closed.



I think people like you are more of a headache than people like me. When was the last time you fought all odd, busted your ass, and did everything on your own? When was the last time you were a single mother and under ages o had to climb uphill for absolutely everything, from living on your own, to working full time?



Let me know if you ever need to learn how. I'll have plenty of advice for you.