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tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Staten Island, NY, United States 29586 posts
status 8th Aug '13

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Uh-Nis-Uh [EBF] 2 kids; West Virginia 15190 posts
8th Aug '13

I was 19 with two. Not exactly the same because I was already married and we had our own place by that time, but still. It was HARD, I'm not even going to sugar coat it for you. There were times when I thought I was going to go crazy. DH worked crazy hours to afford everything we needed, forget the things we wanted. I wish you luck, you're going to need it.

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18298 posts
8th Aug '13

My friend had one at 18 and her next at 19.



She loves her kids, but hates her life. Can't stand her husband, and so desperately wants to live a semi-normal life.
And her second was planned.



Hope it ends up better for you.

Sueanne+2 2 kids; Bethlehem, PA, United States 2130 posts
status 8th Aug '13

I give you so much credit for sure because I will have an 18 month old and a newborn and I'll be 25 and I am not sure if I am ready for that.



I wish you the best of luck.

user banned Due March 16; 18 kids; Springfield, Georgia 8473 posts
8th Aug '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Always♥Faithful:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Sara [+2]:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Yurvette ... [snip!] ... your situation, but I sincerely hope you take this challenge and huge responsibility at such a young age and achieve success."</blockquote>



Is everybody in a shitty mood today or something? Holy cow.



All I meant was she could find someone like her, most likely quicker, by browsing through the past posts. Some people will never see this post at all. She could easily pm them to make friends or talk.



It's really not a huge deal.

TeenMommyOnBoard 1 child; 1 angel baby; Ontario 66 posts
8th Aug '13

Okay so first off, this is exactly why i barely ever come on this site, to many people have to bash. I am looking for other teens with 2, i dont want to hear your opinions. Me and my boyfriend live togather in a apartment. I am pretty f**king sure i can handle having two kids with a partner, if my mother handled having two kids by her self. And she was the age as i was. I have great family support and i only have to take 4 more classes to be done highschool. Honestly i had my daughter at 15 and i was single and i still managed to go to school and bring her with me to the school everyday because i go to a teen parents school.
People who dont know exactly what my story is shouldnt be opening there mouths.

TeenMommyOnBoard 1 child; 1 angel baby; Ontario 66 posts
8th Aug '13

Okay so first off, this is exactly why i barely ever come on this site, to many people have to bash. I am looking for other teens with 2, i dont want to hear your opinions. Me and my boyfriend live togather in a apartment. I am pretty f**king sure i can handle having two kids with a partner, if my mother handled having two kids by her self. And she was the age as i was. I have great family support and i only have to take 4 more classes to be done highschool. Honestly i had my daughter at 15 and i was single and i still managed to go to school and bring her with me to the school everyday because i go to a teen parents school.
People who dont know exactly what my story is shouldnt be opening there mouths.

Christen-Mary 2 kids; Wales, Massachusetts 1046 posts
8th Aug '13

I had my son at 16, my daughter at 18, they r 15 months and 2 days apart. but I am a MOM, NOT a TEEN MOM. I take no pride in the phrase teen mom. I love my kids more then anyone or anything but its hard, and most days I just wanna curl up in bed early and let SO do things. but I don't and I tuff through it. having 2 so young is hard and trust me it doesn't get easier once they both r moving.my son is 2 so hes running everywhere and my daughter is 9 months and crawls everywhere. most days im up at 6am and don't even lay down until midnight or 1am and don't fall asleep for at least an hour or 2 after tht. and my daughter still gets up at 4am for a bottle. ur going to be tired all the time and unless u have a fantastic support system to take them once or twice a month so u can sleep and have some time for u and ur bf its gunna be much much harder.
AND ur gunna try to add school to tht.



I wish u luck! u can message me if u would like to talk as well.



*sorry for the spelling mistakes, im mobile. and sorry if I sound bitchy*

Could it be...WE? 197 posts
8th Aug '13
Quoting TeenMommyOnBoard:" Okay so first off, this is exactly why i barely ever come on this site, to many people have to bash. ... [snip!] ... because i go to a teen parents school. People who dont know exactly what my story is shouldnt be opening there mouths."


umm this comment is just going to bring drama, but good luck to you and your family

Always♥Faithful 2 kids; CHERRY POINT, North Carolina 21664 posts
8th Aug '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting TeenMommyOnBoard:</b>" Okay so first off, this is exactly why i barely ever come on this site, to many people have to bash. ... [snip!] ... because i go to a teen parents school. People who dont know exactly what my story is shouldnt be opening there mouths."</blockquote>



You know opinions are like a*****es and teen pregnancy is very taboo. Take care of your responsibilities and what can anyone say about what's already been done? Prove them wrong and do well for yourself and your kids.



Keep your head up.

TeenMommyOnBoard 1 child; 1 angel baby; Ontario 66 posts
8th Aug '13

Thank you and yes we do, his parents, and my parents, and my grand parents. I have my dad,and my step mom plus my mom and my step dad. All of 4 of these family members are the most important to me. They are my support. My mother and step dad already take my daughter every other weekend because my mom cant get enough of her. (My mother had made the mistake of getting her tubes tied at 18 and as soon as she had met my step dad they wanted one but could never) So shes happy with her grand children.

3sACrowd 3 kids; Alaska 3390 posts
8th Aug '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting TeenMommyOnBoard:</b>" Okay so first off, this is exactly why i barely ever come on this site, to many people have to bash. ... [snip!] ... because i go to a teen parents school. People who dont know exactly what my story is shouldnt be opening there mouths."</blockquote>




We don't know your story, but a lot of us have been there (having a child very young). Take it as advice, not insults. Many people think it'll be just rainbows and sunshine but in reality, it is probably the hardest challenge in life you'll ever face.

I♥RYLEIGH 49 kids; Windsor, Ontario 10437 posts
8th Aug '13

I had my daughter at 19 and I couldn't even imagine having another even within the next 5 years. f**k that.



Good luck and hopefully all works out. Obviously you CAN do it, it's going to be hard tho. Good luck.

Mommy-of-3-awesome-kids 3 kids; Go Hawks, IA, United States 2547 posts
8th Aug '13

I had a child at 20 and it was very hard at first. I now am 29 and I have a 8, 5 and newborn on the way. If you think you can do it I say go for it. Just because you are young doesn't mean you won't be a great mom to 2 kids.

jazzzzz* 2 kids; Beverly Hills, California 7558 posts
8th Aug '13

I know a 19 year old with 3. It's hard but you can do it. Just have faith.