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......... nowhere, NW, United States 25972 posts
6th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 624582:</b>" At the shower? No sarcasm intended, I'm just curious. Because that sounds like a really shitty shower ... [snip!] ... time even if it's with family only. Perhaps it is because I just can't get past the thoughts of feeling extremely disappointed."</blockquote>




No, just in general.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
6th Mar '13

100% I would. I had one at 17 and my sister inlaw had one at 18 maybe it was 17, yeah cause my brother was 18. lol

I dont see a difference between 25 and 15 in lines of an age appropriate thing for a baby shower. lol If they are already pregnant and everyone knows whats the difference?

Starr Metcalfe 3 kids; Kentucky 504 posts
6th Mar '13

I would probably be super upset about her getting pregnant so young (or getting a girl pregnant so young) but honestly- if she is keeping the baby and being a parent, why shouldn't I give her a shower? She will never experience having her first child ever again, and I'm sure she, the father, and all the grandparents would be thankful for the gifts and help.

♛Queen Boo♛ 2 kids; United Kingdom 2526 posts
6th Mar '13

Yes I would.



Sure most of us would be upset but why then ruin the experience and treat her like that if you're going to support her anyway? Although not ideal I would want her to look back and not have awful memories of her first pregnancy, no matter her age.



Do you make her feel like shit the whole of her pregnancy? Teen or not she would soon become a parent and I would personally choose to support her.