I am so tired of people looking down on me for being a young mother. I had my son a month before my 16th birthday...seven years ago. I was talked about then, and unfortunately even though its been 7 long years I still get the stigma that comes along with being a "teen" mother. I am a very good mother and I worked hard to make a life that my son can be proud of. I put finished school and am working in nursing.
I just want to know if the older moms think that they are better than me just because I had my child a little bit sooner than they did.
A mommy is a mommy no matter the ages.....Im not going to post annonymous because I want you to realize that I am a really mommy just like everyone else on here and just b/c i was 15 doesn't mean that I was a slut, or white trash. It means that I am just human...and unlike God I make mistakes.
but ....my little man is the best thing that ever happened 2me
Amen! I didn't have a child at that young of an age. I was 24 when I gave birth to my son. But I get so angry at people who think that they are better then others because they had kids at a later age. Good for you taking good care of your son. The girls that make me mad, are the girls who can't take care of their babies and or don't want them... And that goes for any age. Just because you were 16 when you had him doesn't mean that you weren't capable of taking care of him. There are people in their 40's that can't take good care of a child.
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