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    Excellent post Hy.

    It is also very sad when I see children having children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Excellent post Hy.

    It is also very sad when I see children having children.
    What do you deem too young to have child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    What do you deem too young to have child?
    All the kids pushing their prams around with their fags ashing all over the poor baby, who is often left with grandma while they continue to go about their nightlife of drinking, clubbing and probably being in a horizontal position to cause more kids.

    Too many babies are brought up by grandparents because the mother (or/and father) are still children themselves.

    But more than anything, I strongly believe that young girls having children wouldn't have the mental maturity nor the phsychological ability to deal with it all.

    At that age, most of us think we know everything - then find out we know stuff-all.

    Incidentally, I am not talking about realistic accidents, products of rape or any such occurance. That is another story IMO.

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    I know what you mean about the mothers who don't care about their kids.

    But I was wondering if there is a specific age cut off in your eye?

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    Yes, there is, but that's generalising a bit I do think.

    Teens are teens. Simple as that. Many women are having children later in life, which also has it's cons as well as it's pro's. But I think many women are starting to realise that having a baby is not the end of the story. They need a good job, a stable marriage, an income that can support the huge expense a baby can throw on you!

    I personally think anybody in this day and age deliberately having a child before they are well into their 20's is foolhardy, not only for the child, but for them too.

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    I was 16 when I first fell pregnant to the father of all my children - I had what they call a 'missed abortion' which is miscarriage but the baby stays inside of you.

    I was 12 weeks pregnant and went to my 12 week scan when they told me there was no heartbeat and the baby was actually at 9 week stage. I went for a D&C and thought that it was all over. 4 D&C's later parts of the baby were still inside me and I ended up with septicemia, 24 hours off death. I grew up real quick after that.

    I then fell pregnant when I was 18 and had my oldest, I was never into clubbing or the 'night scene' and all I ever wanted was kids. Between my oldest 2 and my youngest I had three miscarriages and another missed abortion, they were terrible and I still think of my lost babies.

    My kids are my all, I am the only one that looks after them except for on the odd occassion when I have to go and do something my kids can't come to. This is not to say that I am obsessed or kooky when it comes to my kids but I do feel that I was the one that chose to have these children so therefore they re my responsibilty.

    I don't care if you are 16 or 46 if your not a good parent your not a good parent regardless of your age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    I was 16 when I first fell pregnant to the father of all my children - I had what they call a 'missed abortion' which is miscarriage but the baby stays inside of you.

    I was 12 weeks pregnant and went to my 12 week scan when they told me there was no heartbeat and the baby was actually at 9 week stage. I went for a D&C and thought that it was all over. 4 D&C's later parts of the baby were still inside me and I ended up with septicemia, 24 hours off death. I grew up real quick after that.

    I then fell pregnant when I was 18 and had my oldest, I was never into clubbing or the 'night scene' and all I ever wanted was kids. Between my oldest 2 and my youngest I had three miscarriages and another missed abortion, they were terrible and I still think of my lost babies.

    My kids are my all, I am the only one that looks after them except for on the odd occassion when I have to go and do something my kids can't come to. This is not to say that I am obsessed or kooky when it comes to my kids but I do feel that I was the one that chose to have these children so therefore they re my responsibilty.

    I don't care if you are 16 or 46 if your not a good parent your not a good parent regardless of your age.
    Fantastic post. I have a friend who is mum at 17. She is very mum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    I was 16 when I first fell pregnant to the father of all my children - I had what they call a 'missed abortion' which is miscarriage but the baby stays inside of you.

    I was 12 weeks pregnant and went to my 12 week scan when they told me there was no heartbeat and the baby was actually at 9 week stage. I went for a D&C and thought that it was all over. 4 D&C's later parts of the baby were still inside me and I ended up with septicemia, 24 hours off death. I grew up real quick after that.

    I then fell pregnant when I was 18 and had my oldest, I was never into clubbing or the 'night scene' and all I ever wanted was kids. Between my oldest 2 and my youngest I had three miscarriages and another missed abortion, they were terrible and I still think of my lost babies.

    My kids are my all, I am the only one that looks after them except for on the odd occassion when I have to go and do something my kids can't come to. This is not to say that I am obsessed or kooky when it comes to my kids but I do feel that I was the one that chose to have these children so therefore they re my responsibilty.

    I don't care if you are 16 or 46 if your not a good parent your not a good parent regardless of your age.
    There are some that make good mothers early in life. It is as if they are born to be mothers and are able to cope with all there is to be a mother (old souls so to speak).
    But on the other hand, there are some who should never ever have children no matter what age, but they do. Age is not always the problem, although I do see babies having babies and not able to cope, they seem to be doing it because all their friends are doing it and there is also the government handouts, the government housing etc.

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    Jeez, I was 26 & 28 when I had my two, and I didn't cope well at all!!!
    Vanessa

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    I consider having children...Very hard to choose between career and babies sometimes.

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