Help I'm pregnant with triplets children number 8 9 and 10

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/20/2016 ( 88 moms have responded )

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I have
Noah, Noelle
Mckayyla
Ava
Kaison Kaiden and Amy so far
Names are gonna be
Kaytelynne Ashleigh
Kayelynne alysse
Kassandria autumn

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Jodi - posted on 09/24/2016

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I'm sorry, but you can't even keep your story straight...... You are 39 (ish), right? So please tell me what real person gets their birthdate wrong on their profile?

Jodi - posted on 09/23/2016

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"I got Facebook when I was 11 and my life was enriched" said no adult ever......

Just saying.

Jodi - posted on 09/23/2016

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Yes, yes it is pathetic.

But let's be honest, some of the things you've posted on this site are incredibly juvenile.

On a post about Facebook:
"I let mine have theres at 11, it's just normality"
"Oh whatever, age limits are stupid, if there mature they can have it"
"Oh and 16, if I was your kid I'd move out because thats the age your allowed to in England"

None of these are the comments of a mature adult, but screams teenager who knows it all and is invincible.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/23/2016

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You. You are either being deliberately obtuse, or you are a troll. I am leaning towards troll.

Your answers and petty arguments are entirely juvenile.

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Michelle - posted on 09/27/2016

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Locking this thread since it has been determined that this is a fake post.
Michelle,
WtCoM Mod.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/26/2016

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I believe not one word from this OP. Not one.

Other than when they admitted to being an unsupervised child, that is...but that is it.

Jodi - posted on 09/26/2016

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You know, trolling around on the internet isn't going to help you get friends.

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/26/2016

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I get bullied so I can't and my gf lives in Australia and is the only one I have
My parents accept me so.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/25/2016

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Piss off yourself. You attempted to pull off a bullshit story and got caught out. Your parents may be clueless to your manipulation, but we aren't.

If you don't like the fact that we unravelled your bs story, go find something better to do such as hanging out with your peers.

Ev - posted on 09/25/2016

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Katie--At 13 you are just beginning to know the world around you. It is not like you know much of it yet. Coming on here and trying to get us to think you have ten kids is more than obvious that you do not know what you are saying.

Michelle - posted on 09/24/2016

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So you think coming here and lying is teaching Mother's "proper" parenting?
Only something a sulky teen would say when they get caught out. It was very entertaining though, thanks. Not for the parenting advice though because you didn't actually have any.

Sarah - posted on 09/24/2016

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I'd love to learn proper parenting from you....Ha, Top sets in math? Uet you could not figure out what year you should have been born? A-B=C not that tricky.

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/24/2016

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Actually I'm 13, in top set maths and English and I joined here Cuddles there's too many bitchy mums who need to be proven wrong and need to learn what proper parenting is

Jodi - posted on 09/24/2016

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So here's the thing. When I called you out on your birthdate lie, if you were actually a genuine person who was here with all good intentions, your first response to that would not have been "I will be 39 when I have the triplets I mean" because that was still bullshit. You would have said, "Oops, I must have made an error on my profile - my birthdate is 1978 and I should fix that" (or something along those lines). So what we have here is a troll who can't math enough to know how old her made up age should be.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/24/2016

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Give it up. You are either a bored 15 year old, or a clueless adult. Either way, your story doesn't ring true

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/23/2016

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Thus further disproving your maturity with that response!

Love it when undisciplined and unsupervised children try to pull one off in here! So very entertaining!

Sarah - posted on 09/23/2016

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Way to call it... I was holding back!
I love the argument...it made my sister's life better, therefore I will let my kids have access as well. Please? I mother of 7, soon to be 10? no way

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/23/2016

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You are claiming that you will be 39 when this batch is done baking...therefore, FB did not exist when you were 11, which would have been in 1989, if you are about to be 39.

FB became available to the general public in 2012, so that would make you, at MOST 15 now, if you had it when you were 11.

Next flimsy argument? Keep em coming!

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/23/2016

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BTW jodi if I was a teenager I wouldn't be here arguing with pathetic mums who think they know everything...

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/23/2016

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And who is going to work to support your brood?

I agree with Jodi on your other posts...oh such maturity!

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/23/2016

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Jodi
I have a little sister who is 19
She got Facebook 7 years ago when she was 12 and shes said it made her life better, she even met her bf of 5 years on there, so I figured I should let mine have it

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/23/2016

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Im not saying shed look after the triplets me and my soon to be husband will do that

Sarah - posted on 09/23/2016

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How do you expect grandma to care for three newborn (potentially needy triplets, as well as a new 1 yo). That is not fathomable. How would she even keep up with their feeds?

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/23/2016

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Amy doesn't go to day care/nursery her grandma looks after her while I work, I get child support for them all, they ALL see there dads
I use it for all of them
There grandma will look after the remaining ones at home

Sarah - posted on 09/23/2016

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I had four within 6.5 years, and that was an enormous challenge. Do they all go to daycare and you work? How do you manage to support them? 7 kids, now nearly 10 is a lot! Triplets are very high risk and likely you will need to go on bed-rest, if they come early, who will care for the remaining kids at home? How many actually see their dads? For those who don't see their father? Is there jealousy? If you get child support for some, do you you it only for that child or do you use it for all?

Michelle - posted on 09/23/2016

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Some people really need to learn how to effectively use birth control or have some form form of permanent birth control.
I have been sexually active for 28 years and have only had 3 children (4 pregnancies though). The thing I learned early was birth control and actually planning my babies.
There is no way you could afford 10 children without government help or child support. So in relation to my earlier comment, you can't afford your children.
If I split from my husband I would be able to support myself and my children on my own. There is no way you could.

Jodi - posted on 09/23/2016

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"Actually sex doesn't always get you pregnant"

This kind of comment actually screams teenage troll. Because only a teenager would say this in defence of not using some kind of birth control - you know, bullet proof. Otherwise, it is simply a stupid and naive response.

Please use birth control. At this point, I think you have bred enough.

Michelle - posted on 09/23/2016

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This comment is hilarious: "Actually sex doesn't always get you pregnant".
You can't get pregnant without having sex so your comment is stupid.
I also suggest that you get some permanent birth control because your children are the ones that are suffering from you just popping them out.
My cousin has had 8 children to 5 different Fathers (all single births) and her 3rd oldest one, who is only 12, keeps running away from home. She is screaming for attention but of course the little ones get more. The older ones get ignored because they should be able to "look after themselves" but in reality, they are still children and deserve all our attention.
They didn't choose to be born, that was YOUR choice.

Jodi - posted on 09/22/2016

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Gah!!!!

Don't worry. You don't understand. Just continue on in your little pregnant bubble of oblivion and keep thinking that the revolving door of stepfathers in your children's lives hasn't impacted them. That's fine. I'm sure they don't mind and have no attachment issues.

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/22/2016

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Well I tried to keep there father in their lifes for as long as possible......

Jodi - posted on 09/22/2016

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I give up. I don't think you actually get it. You do understand that how a child feels about the revolving door that is the four men you've brought into those children's lives has nothing to do with whose fault it is, or what you THINK they are fine with, right? I fail to see what fault has to do with anything.

Head -----> desk

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/22/2016

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Well there fine with it and it was only my fault with one of the break ups,
Ond cheated
One hit me so I left so we were safe
And the other one I didn't want to be with anymore

Jodi - posted on 09/22/2016

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I wasn't suggesting they didn't all see their dads. I think you missed the point. YOU have children from 4 different fathers. Regardless of whether they have a relationship with their fathers or not, this is an enormous instability for every one of those children, in particular because of the fractured relationships you have clearly had with each of you apparent partners. You only have to look at the ages of these children to realise that the partners have been in and out of those childrens' lives quite quickly. You are not really role modelling appropriate relationships to them. Think about it - your 14 and 12 year olds have been through not only your relationship breakdown with their father, but also the breakdown of at LEAST two other relationships with the fathers of their other siblings. I'm not sure what part of that you aren't really understanding.

Ev - posted on 09/22/2016

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I agree that having sex does not mean you get pregnant each time but there is more of a chance if you do not do something to stop it.

Katie Nicole - posted on 09/22/2016

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I give them all attention.
Actually sex doesn't always get you pregnant

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/22/2016

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The best advice I can give is a tubal ligation and family counseling those kids need more stability, and they don't need to have to worry about how many more kids are going to diffuse your attention.

You say you didn't "plan" to have one right on top of the others, and you didn't "plan" to get pregnant with triplets...I would say that is quite obvious! Sex results in children, and if you are a fertile Myrtle, you need to take precautions more often.

It has been shown that families with large amounts of children can rarely provide the individual attention, not to mention the supervision that children need. As evidence, I give you the "Christian" Duggar family: 19 kids, and their oldest managed to not only sexually assault his own sisters, but also girls from church, and rather than be punished, he got off! And so did they! Not enough quality time with each child creates situations where they are screaming for attention and will eventually resort to anything to get it.

Jodi - posted on 09/22/2016

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I don't think you'll find anyone with that many kids and multiples on this board.

However, really? 10 kids to 4 different fathers? Instability for the kids, much? I'm surprised you don't have a crapload of really screwed up kids who have mental health issues. Children need more stability than that.

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