PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
15th Mar '13
Quoting Simply Mom:" I can not believe I was bored enough to read all this shit. OP....LMFAO."


I think you need a medal for making it through all 14 pages!

Projectpaige 4 kids; Corona, California 876 posts
15th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Simply Mom:</b>" I can not believe I was bored enough to read all this shit. OP....LMFAO."</blockquote>




Same here lol

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11735 posts
15th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting PurpleBama582:</b>" I think you need a medal for making it through all 14 pages!"</blockquote>




it is truly sad I was that bored. then I just cleaned house. even though it is cleaned lol

S U Z I E 3 kids; Venezuela 18556 posts
16th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting AngelosBoo:</b>" to live with my boyfriend, and i wouldn't have to pay for rent once I get there he has that covered. ... [snip!] ... he has that covered. he is looking for supplies too, all i wanted was a simple list of stores to help us out a little bit. "</blockquote>




Next time you have a simple question like that, I would suggest using Google....lol...

Betty Sue. 1 child; Sicklerville, New Jersey 917 posts
17th Mar '13

I got pregnant with my son when I was 14, I had no help from my family, my sons dads family and I didnt have a babyshower. I did though, post ads on craigslist and I got sooo much help. My sons closet was packed with some new and some gently used clothing. I had so much that eventually, I started to help other women who were in need. I tried to conceive too, when I was young. And as soon as I stopped, I got pregnant. :oops:But you know what? God works in marvelous ways, because I am now 18 with a 3 year old. We have our own place too. It isnt fancy, but its ours and I worked hard for it. Im continuing going to school, and I work my ass off to give my son everything that I never had. Moving out on your on is tough, and I know that its going to be hard for you especially since you have 2 kids. I wont mention your age, because age doesnt determine what kind of mother you will be - and I know this because I am a better mother than half of these other parents out here. Just be ambitious, keep focused. Dont lose sight of what it is that you are trying to accomplish and that is being the best mother that you can be. It is difficult, but in the end God will bless you with wisdom that one day you can share to other women in your situation. Dont listen to anyone, who said that you cant do it or wont make it - because I am living proof. If you go back to my first post omg I received HELL...but look at me now? I say keep your head up and pray. Ask god to bless you with strength. Your going to need it. Also, if your close to turning 18 you should think about applying for welfare or WIC. I dont know about where you live, but in NJ we have medicaid to cover for insurance. daycares are free once you get enrolled with daycare so you can finish school, and they also help you with job searching. If worse comes to worse, go to your local board of social services and tell them that your mother wants you out - you can probably and most likely be put in a mothers residential home. Its like an apartment, of your own but you share it with other mothers. I dont know if this is real or not, and its not just for attention - but if it is, I wish you the best of luck and I wish you a life full of happiness and understanding. You will get through this. Goodluck girly :lol:

Crazyhazel89 1 child; Erie, Pennsylvania 3994 posts
17th Mar '13
Quoting Betty Sue.:" I got pregnant with my son when I was 14, I had no help from my family, my sons dads family and I didnt ... [snip!] ... you the best of luck and I wish you a life full of happiness and understanding. You will get through this. Goodluck girly :lol:"


that was nicely said. It will be tough...and these ladies where telling her how it really will be. I'm not sure she understood the reality of it...she needs a better paying job. My mom had two kids at her age as well and she worked her ass off to get herself through college...i am so proud of her too. I don't even know how she did it! lol

michele is expecting Due October 28 (boy); New York, New York 319 posts
25th Mar '13

pray and try to get a job good luck & your in my prayers

CJKB+JMB=AMB 1 child; Watertown, New York 2525 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting young marie:</b>" pray and try to get a job good luck & your in my prayers"</blockquote>




This post is ten days old...

michele is expecting Due October 28 (boy); New York, New York 319 posts
26th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Carissa Biron:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting young marie:</b>" pray and try to get a job good luck & your in my prayers"</blockquote> This post is ten days old..."</blockquote>




Your point issssssss

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
29th Mar '13

Try free websites, dont know what they have in America but we have freegle and freecycle.Sure theres lots of people who would help you on there.But your best option would be to also stay with your mum as-well.

Loving my children Due August 19 (boy); 2 kids; Rockwell, North Carolina 12 posts
1st Apr '13

Not sure how things are where you are at but here are a few options i know of:



If you have a facebook there are tons of pages and groups for mommies helping mommies, baby yard sale items, and much more.
I also would check Value Village, Salvation Army, Good Will or any christian ministry. Also talk to your dss and see if they know of anything in your area that would help you with things.



Best wishes to you and hope things get better and work out. Its hard out there on you own but idk your situation so maybe try and get a roomate that is 18 because it will be easier for them to rent.

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11735 posts
1st Apr '13

why are you ppl trolling tdc to respond to a dead ass topic??