did you regret having a baby young?

Brittnii - posted on 04/08/2010 ( 125 moms have responded )

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this is not a post for argument so i advise to leave your drama before u post here...
im a married mother of 2 i had my daughter when i was 17 and got married before that. my daughter was planned. my son on the other hand wasnt planned he was a surprise! i dont regret having either of my children even tho its hard i love them more than anything in the world...and i wouldnt change it! ya its hard sometimes not seeing friends or going out. but i know in the end that i would rather watch my children grow healthy and strong rather than go party or hang with friends.
i wanna hear a bit about you and weather u honestly regret having a child young or not.

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Angie - posted on 10/15/2010

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people are saying they dont regret having their kids, but then they go on to say they made a mistake...doesnt make sense to me

Britney - posted on 09/17/2010

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My story may be a little different from everyone elses. When i was 17 i went to a new years party, i was drinking and was raped. I found out a few weeks later i was pregnant by that man. I now have the most amazing almost 4 year old little boy. I was asked once that if i could go back and not attend the party, if i would and it might sound weird but i would do it all over again if it meant i was able to spend the rest of my life with my little boy.

User - posted on 09/02/2012

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I hope I don't get attacked for what I'm about to say, as I'm going to be completelty and brutally honest. I had my daughter at 20, I was at University studying French at the time and she was a complete surprise as I had been very careful with birth control. I suspended study and returned home to tell my boyfriend, it was a disaster. He became cruel and left me, in the emotional state I was in I became a wreck - I told my mom and she booked me in with the midwife. I was in a total haze, unable to make sense of anything and rather than getting advice regarding abortion and keeping the baby, doctors assumed I would keep it and I was in such a mess I just went along with it. I spent the first two trimesters crying and being incapable of thinking about anything. I was devastated. I felt no love when my daughter was born, I didn't feel much of anything. I'm still indifferent to her. Obviously, I pretend to care and try my best but I wish I'd never had her. The only reason I haven't put her up for adoption is because my mother is in love with her and it would kill her to be apart from her. I wish I loved her, I wish I could say she's the light of my life. But she's not. Make no mistake, I have no desire to "go out and party" - that is not of interest to me. As I said, I was studying French, I was going to live abroad and teach English to French people (this wasn't just an ambition, I'd already done it one summer and was due to do it each summer until graduation except I fell pregnant.) I have now taken a vow of celibacy because I never want to risk pregnancy again. I've tried so hard to love her, I just don't. And no, I don't have PND, I simply am not maternal in any way and have no interest in my child. She has plenty of love from the rest of my family. It's okay to regret having children, regardless of what age you had them. I'm back at uni, a local one I'm not that enamoured with but a degree is a degree and this is the last compromise I will make. I deserve to be happy and so does my daughter, we just never will be if we're together. Once I've graduated, I will grant my mother full legal guardianship and I shall continue with my plans. It's punishment enough having a child that you desperately want to love but can't, I don't want my daughter to spend the next 17years feeling like a hindrance. My mother adores her and vice versa, so it's best she stays with my mom.

Allie - posted on 03/22/2012

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i dont regret it,i just regret how it all happened and i am married to my childrens father im 20 and married to him we have 2 kids and expecting #3 .

Jodie - posted on 10/01/2010

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I WAS 16 AND IN HIGH SCHOOL STILL, MY SONS FATHER AND I GOT TOGETHER IN THE BEG OF 9 GRADE HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEARTS IT WAS THE MIDDLE OF MY SENIOR YEAR JUST THE TIME FOR PARTYS AND PLAY. I FOUND OUT I WAS PREG AT 12 WEEKS. MY MOM KICKED ME OUT SOLD MY CAR I PAYED FOR MYSELF BUT BVC I WASNT 18 IT WAS IN HER NAME BASICALLY PUT ME IN THE BIGGEST HOLE OF MY LIFE MY SONS FATHER WAS THERE FOR ME TOOK CARE OF US TIL HE CAME! AT 3 MONTHS HIS DAD PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED ME SO I HAD TO LEAVE I COULDNT HAVE THAT FOR MY SON. NOW ITS BEEN 2 YEARS AND HIS DAD IS STILL BUSY IN LIFE WITH OTHER THINGS AND A NEW GIRL. GETTING TATTOOS AND DOING THE UFC THING I CANT CONVINCE HIM TO EVEN BUY A SHIRT FOR HIM LET ALONE SEE HIM AND I WOULDNT HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY.. BUT I DID MARCH MY HAPPY ASS INTO THE CHILD SUPPORT OFFICE, I WORK 5-6 NIGHTS A WEEK AT A BAR AND GRILLE TO MAKE BILLS AND MAKE SURE MY SON IS TAKEN CARE OF. I WOULDNT TRADE IT FOR THE WORLD I THANK MY LUCKY STARS FOR HIM AND MY MOM BC WITHOUT THEM I WOULDNT BE THE PERSON I AM TODAY.
PS I GRADUATED WITH A 3.7 GPA AND GOING TO COLLEGE IT CAN BE DONE!

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Lauren - posted on 01/23/2014

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I don't regret it. Ya u miss friends but my friends would love to go out to eat with us because they love babies. I love playing with my daughter and cannot wait until her bro arrives. I NEVER will regret it even though I was 17 and had a social life. I am 19 now and due with another baby any day now.

Stephanie - posted on 01/12/2014

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I feel the exact same way im a 20 year old with a 3 month old son I don't regret having him at all he was planned but I definitely hear u there how it is very hard at times my son's not ur normal baby he had surgery at a month old n now has a hernia. I definitely would rather stay at home with him then party and I was a party animal before he was born lol

Lisa C - posted on 01/09/2014

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It takes a lot of guts to admit this. Im so proud of you, Its not your fault. Everyone is not meant to be a parent. Thank God you have a mom that loves her, theres so many women and girls with no one to turn to.

Abigail - posted on 10/02/2013

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I dont regret it just wish i had waited and did the things i wanted to do first

Naina - posted on 08/22/2013

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hi i had got married when i was 17 and i had a baby when i was 18. i only have one daughter who's 3 im 21 know and i love my daughter she means more than anything to me but sometimes i do think to ma self if only i graduated before i decided to have a child. i had a few family issues from my husbands side i was told i would have been supported by them after my daughter was born so i could go on to finish cllege and then graduate but that didnt seem to happen. sometimes it is hard to see your freinds going out and having fun while your indoors making the most of watching you child. i love my daughter so much that i see a freind in her and hope that once shes older ill feeel it was all worth it and i resulted in getting a good freind and a loving daughter.

Jamila - posted on 02/22/2013

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I had my d when i was 18 and my s when i was 25. When i had my first i was amazed i could even get pregnant. I loved and love her so much. my second was not planned aswell. I love my children dont get me wrong. But i regret having them so young and with the ppl i had them with. Theres sooo much you want to give your child, that if you havent planned for them financially it can tear you apart. I know thats how i feel. And to be truthfull, I regret having my son so soon. I think i should have waited. I could have made it work, with travelling , working in china and living the "single and young life", but still being a good mom. its harder to do it with two kids. I could have went to china to live for a year but i got pregnant, they were fine with the fact i had one child but two was too many. I should have waited to have babies, cause now im in a slump emotionally.

Honeylim - posted on 08/23/2012

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i had a two unplanned sons,the eldest born i was 14 the second i was 19.got married 19.supposed to be in good terms with the father but now well.. just a little conflict about behaviors..and it makes me think always that i should continue my studies,get a job and plan my own not within his word im tired of it,i always nod when to go! i want to earn my own money for my kids and wont ask permission from the father for spending! this situation makes me cry(but i cant this feelings on and on on and on) he'll tell me he wont come runnin for me that he'll find a new one! oh this man ! if only! and i had this poker face all the moment,but inside it crushed me.were already married here in philippines no divorce. GOD BLESS ME ..my childrens my world i want to give them all just to see them smile .

Darien - posted on 04/05/2012

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I dont regret my children but sometimes I do wish things could be different so that I could give them more than I could now..

Senekwa - posted on 03/24/2012

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i had my daughter when i was 15 going on 16 so thats very young i did reget getting pregnant at such a young age but now my child is my whole world i would do anything for her. my father told me that a child is not a mistake unless you make it one and now im doing more then ever to make sure my child is never a mistake. so i dont regret her now she is my motivation for everything. I love my Samiracle LaQueen Grace

User - posted on 03/15/2012

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I am going to be 28 soon later this month. I'm a childFREE at the moment and unmarried. I decided I'd attend college first...you know how EVERYONE/EVERYBODY is so judgemental about others...



Still having trouble getting a job even with my 2 year COLLEGE degree, but still, I'm trying and I might just finish up my BA.



Others, who had a baby young and a family young, maybe they are happy and maybe they are not, but in the end, what matters is what YOU Think about things, not what others do, I learned.



=)



And maybe now isn't the time for a family, I'm not ready right now. I want to go out clubbing still or at least going out with my boyfriend or something or some close knit friends like before. I don't want to stress out or be one of those people who do. Life's too short to be mean to others.



I've already been disappointed by some and I don't want that to define me. I wasn't popular in school but you know what? IT DOESN'T EVEN matter!!!



Best,



Sue

Laticia - posted on 10/17/2010

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i don't regret having my son Dominick at the age of 19. yeah i miss being a teen and hanging out with friends but my parents and his fathers mother are very supportive anytime i need them or need a break they are there to help. i love my son with all my heart he is my world.

Alyssa - posted on 10/16/2010

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At first I did, only because I was raped and my baby looked like the rapist. But God blessed me and my son, and now my son looks "just like me" as people say. Of course, now I have NO regrets about having him, even though I can still see features of the rapist in him....

Lisa - posted on 10/15/2010

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I had my first son when I was 15 and my second with 18. I'm now 21 and don't regret having my kids young. The only thing that kinda sucks is that all of my friends that have kids always leave them with some one and go part every weekend, and I guess I do get board sometimes and wish I could go out too every once in a while but I feel guilty leaving my kids.

Jasmine - posted on 10/14/2010

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i had my son Adan Nicholas when i was 16 years old and i dont regret it at all even though everyone was mad at first i still had to be stong and get through my pregnancy everyone was telling me to put him up for adoption or get an abortion but i wasnt about to do that.i kept my son and i raised him i wouldnt be able to live with myself if i gave him up for adoption or killed him. he is my better half he makes me who i am today..he is the best thing that could have ever happened to me. he makes my life so much easier.im a senior in high school and im graduating in june 2011. he is truely a blessing from above.it wasnt a planned pregnancy but i was happy and nervous at the same time when i found out that i was pregnant. i wasnt ready to be a mom just yet but i had no choice but to get ready.having a baby showed me a lot.i lost a lot of friends behind it but i didnt care i had my baby and the support from my boyfriend and his family and my family so i wasnt worried about people not talking to me just because i had gotthen pregnant. my son i s now 20 months old and he is the best baby in the world and he is so smart.it was hard raising him because i ended up having to do it on my own because his dad siad he wasnt mature enough to be a dad. i wasnt mature either i was only a freshmen when i got pregnant and i had him january 12th of my sophomore year...he promised me he would alwasys come back and he did....now his dad is a big part in his life. my family is complete and i love my boys so much. they make me so happy and if it wasnt for them idk where i would be =D

Amy - posted on 10/13/2010

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I had my son when I was 16 years old. I don't regret it and I wouldn't change it for the world. I'm still with his father and we'll be getting married soon. ♥ I'm now 18 as well as my fiance and my son is 15 months. It's hard, but it's completely worth it. :)

Claire - posted on 10/13/2010

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My family, friends, fiancee (boyfriend at the time,) and I were just devastated when I found out. Now my daughter is 7.5 months, we're getting married, and I couldn't be happier. My future with my new little family looks happy and bright. It's tough but I know we did the right thing and we're so happy to have her. And I still video chat with friends that are away at college.

Ashlee - posted on 10/13/2010

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on the day i graduated highschool, i found out i was prego.. now she is 8 months & a few odd weeks.. i wouldn't change any of it, it really wakes you up & change the way you look at life.. Even though sometimes she can drive me crazy, i would never give it up. i think having them young is better.. yeah you miss out on somethings but you have more engry now, then you would when you 30 or so.

Ariana - posted on 10/11/2010

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I don't regret being pregnant at all. I was 18 and just about to graduate high school. I knew that i always wanted to be a mother. I don't feel like i an missing out on anything really. You have new adventures when you become a parent. My real friends are still around...you find out who your real friends are once you have a child. They are the ones that will come with yo to the park or make plans that you can bring you kids along with you. You also make a whole new group of friends once you have a child too. I LOVE BEING A MOMMY! i am pregnant with baby #2(3) and due in a month. My son is 2 and my boyfriends daughter is 2 too!

Clarissa - posted on 10/11/2010

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I will never regret having my son. I got pregnant at 17 and had him when i was 18. The only thing I wish was that I could have waited. I didnt have alot of support from my family, I had to drop out of school in my senoir year and im still trying to obtain my GED. I wish I could of had my life together so I can make his better.

Tiffany - posted on 10/02/2010

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i cant imagen my life with out my daughter but i wish i would have waited until i was in my late 20s so things could work more smoothly and i could have gone to collage and gotten settled and so it would be better for her and maybe she would have a better father

Donna - posted on 10/01/2010

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nope, all 3 were planned somewhat, one was a surprise b.c it was twins the first time.

Jessica - posted on 10/01/2010

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Hi,
I had my son at 20...Not too terribly young, but younger than some.....I don't regret having my son, as he is the best thing that has ever happened to me....But sometimes I do wish I would have waited just a bit longer.......Just so that I could have finished college and had a bit of a life before my life was all about my son.....I really wouldn't trade him for the world, though....

Tina - posted on 10/01/2010

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at brittany price: good for you raising your son...now that takes strength to keep a baby from that situation!

Tina - posted on 10/01/2010

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i am 20 with a one year old baby girl! she is my entire world and never since the day i found out i was prego have i said i dotn want her! from the moment the doctor said "your pregnant" i knew that i was a different person! I am not a perfect mom, i make mistakes but i am the best mom i can be! at the end of the night when i lay Gracie in her bed close her door and linger there for a minute because i dont want to leave her side i know that today i have doen everything in my power to be a good mom!
my daughter gave me the courage to go back to college for accounting! i get a's and b's! everytime i think its too hard i look at her face and remember that she needs me to do this!
i have been judged and ridiculed, but i look at that as a small price to pay for such a beautiful blessing!
my mom is only 38 and a grandma already and she loves that because she will be around to watch her grandchildren grow up!

Eva - posted on 10/01/2010

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I found out i was pregnant when i was 17. Me and her father were only together for a short time when i found out. He stuck by me threw the whole thing and we were together for 2and a half years. One day i found out he was cheating on me the whole time and i packed me and my daughters things and left. He has visitation and is still invovled with her. I def dont regret having my daughter. She saved me from a life of drug addiction and alcohol abuse. I was on a path of not graduating HS and never even thought bout College. Now i graduated HS with honors of my senior year and am currently in my second year of college to someday be an OB/GYN. My daughter saved my life and i couldnt imagine my world with out her. She helped me see that what i was doin was distructive and opened my eyes to a new better world. I am now in a serious relationship with a military man who has custody of his 5year old and were as happy as ever!

Angie - posted on 09/30/2010

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Reading all the post brings me back to when i was 17 and found out i was pregnant! I am now 33 and have 3 kids. I do not regret having my children young at all!!! Although my life has not been all cotton candy and rainbows i would not change having my children young at all! I was a meth addict from the time i was 14 and no one really knew. so for me getting pregnant at 17 truly saved my life! I now have 3 children 15, 12, and 10 and 4 step children who are 8,7,5,and 4. My life is not perfect and we have hard times just like everyone else. But there is not a day that goes by that i ever wish i had not had my children!

For all the teen moms out there just remember you can still do all the things you planned on or dreamed of. The only difference is now you have an amazing little reason to do it even better! Good luck to all of you and may you all find the peace and happiness that life has to offer!

Coral Jaydee - posted on 09/17/2010

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I Found Out I Was Havin A Baby When I Was 15.. Am Nw 16 N Am Havin A Lil Boy Called Mckenzie N I Dnt Regrete It

Tracy - posted on 09/17/2010

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I am 32 now and married for nearly 10 years. My son is almost 14 and my daughter just turned 1 yesterday. I know that I love my kids and wish nothing more than to be a stay at home mom and watch them grow - to be there for them. However, once in a very great while, I do get into a kind of "what if" mood.... "what if I'd not had my son at 17?", "What if I'd concentrated on school more?" , "Who might I have been if I hadn't CHOSEN the path to motherhood so early?"

Then I see my son and I realize that I wouldn't change anything.

Cassandra - posted on 04/20/2010

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I found out I was pregnant the day after I graduated from highschool, and with all the ups and downs and working extra shifts and pulling doubles just to make ends meet plus the 3 am "mommy lets play time" I have never regretted becoming a mother.

Brittany - posted on 04/20/2010

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My little boy was an "oops baby". But he was the best pre-Christmas gift I could have ever asked for!! My fiance and I (at age 19) were looking for a house before we found out. Luckily we bought a 3 bed / 3 bath house! It gives us enough room for our family can grow! I am thankful for getting pregnant at 19! And I am so thankful for my family!

Samantha - posted on 04/20/2010

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I dont think anyone in their right mind would ever regret having their baby but i get were your comming from. Of course we all get to days were it would just be easier without the lil between you legs while cooking supper or if you didnt have to call a fonebook worth of babysitter just to go out for a few hours with friends.
Personaly for me its the not finishing college before getting pregnate, id like to go back but the school i went to is over 5 hours away and my fiance works full time. It will take me a few more years than expected to be were i want to be im my life but will get their eventually. This summer i will be starting an online course.

Lisa - posted on 04/20/2010

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i had my first at 15 iam now 20 wif 3 kids but i never regreted any of them i wuld rather watch them grow up than go out.. couldnt pic my like wifout them like.. hows every1

Jennifer - posted on 04/20/2010

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Yes, I do.

We only get one chance at life. I regret that I didn't get to do the 'normal' teenage stuff. I was thrust into being an adult much too soon and quickly. I love my children, I just wish that I would have had them later. This isn't the life that I had hoped to have. I'm not saying that I have a bad life now, it's actually pretty good.

I was 17 when my first was born and I'm almost 25 now. I've been a mother/married for 1/3 of my entire life. I've already gone through what so much of you have ahead of you. It is *hard*. It doesn't get easier, the challenges just change.

And, no, when I was younger I did not regret it. But, now that I am older I can see just how much I lost.

Rosie - posted on 04/20/2010

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I fell pregnant with my son when I was 18 and had him when I was 19, I'm now 20 and loving every second of being a mummy. I could never regret having my son, he was the greatest surprise I could of ever wished for. I love him with all my heart. I'm a single mummy but couldn't imagine it any other way, it's been just me and Alfie from the day he was born. He is amazing ♥

Sheila - posted on 04/19/2010

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I never regret it, but I do wish I would have waited. I never really got to experience a lot. I got pregnant right after I graduated high school. Lately I have been wishing that I could just go and party and do whatever I want, because I never did anything like that. You just can't do that kind of stuff when you have the responsibility of being a parent.

Angelica - posted on 04/14/2010

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I had my daughter at 19.. shes 6 months old. I don't regret her, but i do wish I would have waited a few more years before having a baby. Now I look and see the things I wanted to do and know that I cant do that stuff anymore. My baby is the light of my life, but if i could go back, I would make smarter decisions. I didn't know that being a mom would be as hard as it is now..

Melinda - posted on 04/14/2010

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i wouldnt say i was tooo young, pregnant when 19 birthed when i was 20. i guess i wouldve waited longer, at least till i had my own place. but ONLY if i could have priscilla exactly the same way i had her. the pregnancy the birth her growth and development, everything. otherwise id say it all worked out perfect (except the living at home part) haha

Katie - posted on 04/14/2010

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I found out I was pregnant when I was 17. I had my daughter the day after my 18th birthday. She turns one on April 19th. I have NO REGRETS. I love her with all of my heart. I went to school my senior year pregnant. It is hard not having the freedom that people my age normally have. It's hard not being able to just go and hangout whenever I feel like it, but, I wouldn't change it for the world. I love my daughter so much. She is my everything. :)

Sharee - posted on 04/14/2010

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no never had regreted having either one of my kids...wish i would have waited yes but now that they are here i would never trade it for ne thing in the world...even if someone told me i could go back and change everything i still would choose to have my kids. im 22 and me and their father is still together...and have been since we were sophmores in high school and i know he wouldnt have it any other way either

Ashley - posted on 04/14/2010

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I was with my boy friend for about three months. I never really partied or did anything crazy. I skipped school because I was sick of life, had lots of drama with my father,still do. I thought there was a chance I could be pregnant, turns out I wasn't. Then a month later, I found out I was.. I will admit I cried my eyes out to know my childhood was coming to an end but there was a part of me that was crying tears of joy because I knew I was going to be having my first baby, a moment I had been waiting for since I could talk. I always said I'm waiting, no sex before marriage. Love can change your mind I guess. I'm now the mother of a beautiful and very smart little 11 month old who will be a year on the 26th. I've never felt more alive than I have these past months. Yes it was hard and for a while I was sad but I've realized that I'm still a child and I can still be young. My imagination is coming back to me even! Something I had lost at 11 years old the day my father walked out on us. Honestly, I think for the past 9 months I've been deppresed. I talked to on of my friends who is 26 and has one boy. She said she didn't do anything for the first year of her child's life[cooking, cleaning, things like that]. My boy friend gives me hard time because I hate dishes and our sink is over flowing with them! I do a little bit here and there and do what we need. I'd like to someday soon love to clean and cook. I've gotten better at cooking because my son is eating solids but I'm still slacking with the cleaning :] People try to make me out to be a bad mom because I don't like to clean.. Well, I can't help it. My mom cleaned up after me as a child,I was the baby and she sure babied me. I'm trying to change but my boyfriend still bitches even when I cook him a lovely meal and clean the house up.. He doesn't realize what a little kid he his! [His mom cleaned up after him, folded and put away his clothes, even cleaned his room until the day he moved out at 19. Ugh, men..] But even with all of that said, I'm doing the best I can and I think my best is alright. My son is healthy, happy, smart and absolutely beautiful! I love hm with all of my heart. I do wish I got to go to prom and I do wish I could've went away to college. I also wish I could've gotten married before he was even a thought but life throws curve balls at you, you just gotta learn to dodge and weave. If any other young moms wanna chat or even just vent, I'm here. Find me on FB!

Leeinda - posted on 04/14/2010

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I cant believe I am just not finding this topic... I always feel like I have something to share. I was 15 when I found out I was pregnant with my first daughter and 15 when I married her daddy. I am 23 now, and he and I have added 2 boys to our family since her, and neither of us have any regrets about our family. After she was born I continued on with my education and have a college degree in Mental Health, he has been working for the same place since we were married. I hate the negative looks you get when someone senses that you were a teenage mom. I may not have knew everything when my daughter was born, but she was well taken care of and is a happy child now. My boys are 18 months and 3 months now. We couldnt be happier or ask for anything more!

Christina - posted on 04/14/2010

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Of course I love both my daughters more than anything in this world however, I should have done things differently ie. get an education prior to kids, a career etc. and just learn life's many lessons and simply enjoy being a child. If I could have had the exact same children 5 years later then I would do it over again .... ps .... i know it's not biologically possible to have the exact same children --- saying this because I have had some individuals on past posts saying this isn't possible. I can assure you I know that and it is just hypothetical.... I love my girls and things are now falling into place quite nicely.

Hope - posted on 04/14/2010

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I had my first, Addison, when I was almost 17. I was a sophomore in high school when I got pregnant with her, and had her my junior year. I maintained an honors GPA and still did normal high school things, I just had a baby with me :) Her father and I stayed together. My senior year I ended up pregnant again. This time, a little boy. I had my son this past December, right before my daughter's 2nd birthday. Two days after my son was born, my fiance and I got married. I love my children and my husband with all of my heart. I wouldn't change a thing I did. I wasn't supposed to be able to have children, so the fact that I have 2 beautiful, healthy children means more to me than anything else. My husband and I have been together for 5 years this August. He is my best friend. Yes, it's harda t times, but those 3 make me whole. My daughter is my Princess, my son is my Allstar, and my husband is my Rock. I love them. Thank you for asking this, because it made me consider if I would change anything in my life. Oh, and I will be attending college to pursue a degree in psychology, my husband will be attending college to pursue an automechanics license.

KIRRILY - posted on 04/14/2010

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hi no i dont regret haveing my kids i had my daughter at 15 and i have a 10 month old baby boy n yes i love my children 2 peaces n would not change anything :)

Amber - posted on 04/14/2010

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I had my 2 sons at 18 and 20, I'm married to their father, and though I don't regret having them, I love them dearly, I do regret to timing but, then I think to myself if I had waited I may not have the same beautiful boys I have now.

Jayde - posted on 04/13/2010

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I fell pregnant wen i was 16.. and had my bubs wen i was 17 :) I have now just recently turned 18.. and i find it hard sometimes espiecially from other young people my age. I dont have many friends left anymore just cuz mostly the fact of they are on a waayy different wave length to me cuz i dont go out and party nd stuff. Me and my boyfriend have been together for two years and we both say we wouldnt have it any other way.. Our daughter was the best thing that has ever happed to us both!! Ive just leart to look at life in the way of not what im missing out on that other people my age are doing.. But to look at my life and to see how lucky i am to have a wonderful boyfriend and a beautiful daughter we brang into this world. Just be strong and hold your head high :)

Jenna - posted on 04/13/2010

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i got pregnant when I was 15, i had my daughter when i was 16. I was done highskewl by the time I was 17 and I do not regret my daughter one bit. Everything happens for a reason and my daughter kept me from totally ruining my life. I was on a path of destruction until i found out i was having her and since I have done everything in my power to do what is right for me and her. i turned my life around because of my daughter and not a day will go by that i will not be so thankful for having her in my life!!

Katie - posted on 04/13/2010

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i got pregnant with my daughter when I was 18. i never regretted it! i knew the Lord had blessed me, before I got pregnant I drank almost every day, partied hard and was not headed in a good direction. my boyfriend proposed to me the night i found out and next weekend we will be going on our first wedding anniversary trip. my life has changed so much in the past year, but i wouldn't have it any other way. My daughter, Lilly 6 months, is the most precious gift God could have given us!!!!!!!!!!

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