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Alexandra the gay 2 kids; 2 angel babies; El Paso, Texas 6701 posts
27th Feb '13
Quoting Due w/ a little boy!:" Um honey one was modded not several....and wow "little girl", such an insult. And I decided to just ... [snip!] ... any of my comments made, but where I wanted to see what some of the other b***hes had to say about me just for the hell of it."


Yes, that's mature. :roll:

Taylor Reinhart Due September 3; Wesley Chapel, Florida 9 posts
28th Feb '13

I am not as young as you but i am also to young to be a mom. Im 17 years old. I told my parents to and they didnt take it well either but there is other options you can take if you personally dont think you can raise or provide for your baby. If you need someone to talk to you could always message me.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Taylor Reinhart:</b>" I am not as young as you but i am also to young to be a mom. Im 17 years old. I told my parents to and ... [snip!] ... you personally dont think you can raise or provide for your baby. If you need someone to talk to you could always message me."</blockquote>




How can a 14yr old raise and provide for a baby?

Taylor Reinhart Due September 3; Wesley Chapel, Florida 9 posts
28th Feb '13

my friend is 15 and she is pregnant and shes doin the best she can. Yes shes getting help from her parents. Anyone can raise a baby its just the fact for providing for it

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Taylor Reinhart:</b>" my friend is 15 and she is pregnant and shes doin the best she can. Yes shes getting help from her parents. Anyone can raise a baby its just the fact for providing for it"</blockquote>




She isn't raising that baby if age is living with her parents and they are providing for it. That is part of raising a baby. My guess is that they are also care givers to the baby as well.



You are grossly misinformed if you think "anyone" can raise a baby. If that is the case, why do we have so many abused, neglected and straight up abandoned children? Because the parents couldn't do the job. Not everyone is cut out to be a parent. The difference is the responsible people know they aren't.

Taylor Reinhart Due September 3; Wesley Chapel, Florida 9 posts
28th Feb '13

I still live with my parents and im the one that pays for everything for my baby. So just because your the age of living with parents doesnt mean they are the caregiver.

Loretta West [+1] Due March 25; TTC since May 2013; 1 child; Auckland, New Zealand 5806 posts
status 28th Feb '13
Quoting Taylor Reinhart:" I still live with my parents and im the one that pays for everything for my baby. So just because your the age of living with parents doesnt mean they are the caregiver."

They may not be the caregiver, but I'll bet my left tit that they're paying for stuff. Either food for you, stuff for the baby, power, rent, whatever.

ßlack Rose ♥ 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Sharon, OK, United States 5335 posts
28th Feb '13
Quoting Taylor Reinhart:" I still live with my parents and im the one that pays for everything for my baby. So just because your the age of living with parents doesnt mean they are the caregiver."


You're old enough to get a job. She's not. She's not even old enough to drive. She will not be the one supporting the baby, her parents will. That almost 4 year difference between the 2 of you is a big difference. Not to mention that's alot of growing up she has to do in just 9 months.

SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Taylor Reinhart:</b>" I still live with my parents and im the one that pays for everything for my baby. So just because your the age of living with parents doesnt mean they are the caregiver."</blockquote>



You provide EVERYTHING for yourself and baby? Rent/mortgage, car payment/insurance, food, clothes, water, power? I'm sure you have cable, and you clearly have Internet, you're paying those bills? Do you pay for your own cell phone? I'm sure the answer to most of those is a big fat NO. You probably bought a crib/bassinet, carseat, some clothes, and bottles and think you're doing it all. You're not.
And op is 13, she is in an even worse position to try and provide for her child if her mother makes her continue this pregnancy. She isn't old enough to get a job or drive, how will she get herself or her child to doctor's appointments or pay for ANYTHING.
Op, I really hope your mother comes around to hearing you. You deserve to be allowed to make this choice for yourself, and I, personally, think choosing abortion is the best option for you. Not that my opinion matters but if my aughter were in your shoes at 13 I would hope she would have the same self awareness and maturity to be able to make the same choice. No matter what happens though, please, if you choose to remain sexually active, get yourself on some reliable long term birth control. And use condoms every time, they are a backup if your birthcontrol fails and they could save your life. Pregnancy is not the worst or most dangerous thing that can result from sex. Good luck to you.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Taylor Reinhart:</b>" I still live with my parents and im the one that pays for everything for my baby. So just because your the age of living with parents doesnt mean they are the caregiver."</blockquote>




No you don't. Quit lying to yourself. You can get a job but, your part time minimum wage job isn't paying the full bill for your baby. You are not paying rent or mortgage, utilities, insurance, nor are you able to afford the total bill of all the basic needs. I am a mother and am fully aware of what it costs to have a baby. If you are on any form of assistance, you aren't providing for your child 100%, tax payers are. If you live with your parents, you aren't providing 100% for your child, they are footing most of the bill plus supporting YOU!!!!



The ignorance of a pregnant teen. At least the OP has common sense. For 13, she has a strong head on her shoulders and knows her capabilities. OP will learn from this experience and succeed in life. Can't say the same for others in her shoes.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lucas'Mama:</b>" They may not be the caregiver, but I'll bet my left tit that they're paying for stuff. Either food for you, stuff for the baby, power, rent, whatever."</blockquote>




I will raise your left tit with my right and my ovaries. That they pay more than you listed. :wink:

Loretta West [+1] Due March 25; TTC since May 2013; 1 child; Auckland, New Zealand 5806 posts
status 28th Feb '13
Quoting Not tellin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Lucas'Mama:</b>" They may not be the caregiver, but I'll bet ... [snip!] ... I will raise your left tit with my right and my ovaries. That they pay more than you listed. :wink:"


:D
I love how they're all, "NOOOO I support my child 100% my parents dont do anything!" then you find out they don't pay rent cos they live with their parents, their parents pay their cellphone bills, for the internet and power, plus do some babysitting on the side. Hell, I didn't even get everything together without help from my family. I was given his cot, bassinet, clothes, and a shitload (excuse the pun :wink:) of nappies and that was a great help.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lucas'Mama:</b>" :D I love how they're all, "NOOOO I support my child 100% my parents dont do anything!" then you find ... [snip!] ... my family. I was given his cot, bassinet, clothes, and a shitload (excuse the pun :wink:) of nappies and that was a great help."</blockquote>




I was a grown woman (29) when I got pregnant with my twins. My mom bought half of my nursery!!! She didn't have to. We made more than enough money. She did it for fun. However, I own my homes and pay my bills. Lol

Loretta West [+1] Due March 25; TTC since May 2013; 1 child; Auckland, New Zealand 5806 posts
status 28th Feb '13
Quoting Not tellin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Lucas'Mama:</b>" :D I love how they're all, "NOOOO I support ... [snip!] ... She didn't have to. We made more than enough money. She did it for fun. However, I own my homes and pay my bills. Lol"

I wish we owned our own home :( But we support our son, we dont have any help. Kinda bugs me when these 15yos are like 'I can d0 it all 0n mai 0wn y0!' when 90% of the time, they don't lol. I'm not saying EVERY teen mother is like that, but a lot are

Kiersten Gaikowski Due March 30 (boy); South Dakota 1 posts
28th Feb '13
Yes I know what your going through but I wasn't that young.