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Katiedunn Due September 6 (girl); 2 kids; Des Moines, Iowa 446 posts
10th Apr '13

Why in the hell are you still having kids when you dont take care of the 2 you have now! Where are your parents! I have 2 daughters myself and I sure the hell would not allow them to be doing the shit that you are doing! I suggest keeping your legs closed and give your son a chance to have a good life and find a family that will take care of him. Grow up and use that thing thats in your head not the thing in between your legs!!!!!!

Two Princesses 2 kids; Los Angeles, CA, United States 7205 posts
10th Apr '13
Quoting Red Bottom:" Note she does not have custody of her twins. Family members do."



I'm assuming because she was deemed unfit to care for them?
and if that is the case, won't they or the state just take this baby too when he's born?
If OP isn't a troll that is. I find the whole situation hard to believe, but I guess stranger things have been known to happen so who knows.

************************* Chehalis, Washington 362 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Two Princesses:</b>" I'm assuming because she was deemed unfit to care for them? and if that is the case, won't they or ... [snip!] ... troll that is. I find the whole situation hard to believe, but I guess stranger things have been known to happen so who knows."</blockquote>




Unfortunately not in every state. I babysat for a woman who had 3 of her children taken away, had 3 more and just recently had them taken as well.

Two Princesses 2 kids; Los Angeles, CA, United States 7205 posts
10th Apr '13
Quoting amkcr8667810:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Two Princesses:</b>" I'm assuming because she was deemed ... [snip!] ... every state. I babysat for a woman who had 3 of her children taken away, had 3 more and just recently had them taken as well."


So in some states even if you lose one as long as you don't screw up and land on the radar you can just keep the next one? :O
SMH

************************* Chehalis, Washington 362 posts
10th Apr '13

Yep. Here you can and I wouldn't say she flew under the radar because the dad was in prison so she had some special $$ from the state for that, plus CPS started making unannounced visits for 2 years after she got caught driving drunk with no license and had the kids in the car.

Two Princesses 2 kids; Los Angeles, CA, United States 7205 posts
10th Apr '13
Quoting amkcr8667810:" Yep. Here you can and I wouldn't say she flew under the radar because the dad was in prison so she had ... [snip!] ... started making unannounced visits for 2 years after she got caught driving drunk with no license and had the kids in the car."


At least they checked up on her.
OP is so young and already lost the twins to whichever family member. I just don't get why she thinks this will be any different.

orchidlovingmama 2 kids; Santa Rosa, California 1769 posts
10th Apr '13

I don't even know where to begin with this one. You are going to have a very long hard road ahead of you and I can not believe you didn't learn you're lesson the first time you got pregnant. I was a teenage mom with my first and it was extremely extremely difficult for me and I only had one!!!! I would have never ever ever ever had another baby while being at teenager just knowing what I had went through with the first. What made you decide to keep this baby? Anyway I'm not trying to be mean I an just genuinely curious as to how you found it in yourself too be able to raise another child at this age. How do your parents feel about this? I really truly feel for you but at the same time if you were my child I would be very disappointed in your actions. Its Saad to day but you will someday realize that you ruined you're own life at a very young age and there will be nothing you can do to change that. I beg you to please get on birth control that lasts a long time, like iud our something because trust me as you get older you are going to be very very with yourself for this. Until then just keep trying to give your children s much love s you can and try to focus on school. You knew what kind of situation you were getting yourself into with the father not claiming the baby, so I wouldn't worry about it there is nothing that you can do besides to be there and try to love him as much as possible. Also why again aren't the twins dad in their life? Out didn't make sense

orchidlovingmama 2 kids; Santa Rosa, California 1769 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Noah Edward's Mommy:):</b>" Wow that really sucks:/ and how don't your girls father know about them? And I'm 16 with one baby I couldn't ... [snip!] ... strong for all those kids if your going to be a single mother of three at 15. You can message me and talk anytime if you want."</blockquote>




I totally agree with you. adoption is the only thing that even makes sense to me

naynay12317 Due July 12 (girl); 3 kids; California 12 posts
20th Apr '13
Quoting Red Bottom:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Patience Renee:</b>" I am so ready to have my son but I'm not ... [snip!] ... so your baby has everything he deserves. And FYI you haven't "grown up" without a father because you haven't grown up yet."


you would tell her some bullshit like that if her mom is not complaining then shut up at least shes takin care of her dam kids

user banned TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15320 posts
21st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting naynay12317:</b>" you would tell her some bullshit like that if her mom is not complaining then shut up at least shes takin care of her dam kids"</blockquote>




You mean her kids that her aunt is raising for her?

Patience Renee Due June 1 (boy); 2 kids; Fort Wayne, Indiana 44 posts
27th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Two Princesses:</b>" At least they checked up on her. OP is so young and already lost the twins to whichever family member. I just don't get why she thinks this will be any different."</blockquote>




I didn't lose my children. I chose to give them up to my aunt and uncle so they can have a good life. I'm 14 I know I can't take care of them at this age that's why I CHOSE TO DO IT. Get your facts straight before you post on my topic.

orchidlovingmama 2 kids; Santa Rosa, California 1769 posts
27th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Patience Renee:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Two Princesses:</b>" At least they checked up on her. OP is ... [snip!] ... I know I can't take care of them at this age that's why I CHOSE TO DO IT. Get your facts straight before you post on my topic."</blockquote>




Well it sounds like you did the right thing by giving the girls up. You can still raise this child if you want to, its hard as a teenage mom but it is possible. So your profile says 15 but you're only 14? This isn't making any sense to me anymore but anyway its really none of my business. I do know that you can be a good mother you just have to give up your childhood and grow up quick and put the baby first. Good luck to you.