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mrs_carter1000 asked:

15 Feb 2010

how to talk to my boyfrnd?

ok so im bout to be 16 and hez about to be 17. and how do i talk to my boyfrnd that i love that i want a baby. how do i tell him that? ya are no dam help



fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

you dont need to have a baby and i dont think he would go for that. do you have enough money to support it? and what would you do when you didnt feel like taking care of it or when he decides later after youre stuck with a baby? please think things like this through-having a baby is like putting a tattoo on your face you need to be really really sure you want it forever and all eth stuff that goes along with having one. and then theres would be hard to get through school and the more schooling you have the more likely you will make more money and find a secure job you enjoy. think of later-you could have one and be able to give it a more secure life and of higher quality later on.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

uh sweetie i love you because we're both adults. we live a life where we can take care of ourselved, our own homes, our own jobs, and i believe we can afford a life long commetment of taking care of a baby, dirty diapies and no sleep for the first few months. it only costs 3000 - 12000 to have a baby in a hospital. we can afford that right?

oh and it's heathier to breast feed so my boobs may get saggy and if i don''t know how to help stretch my skin properly i may end up with giant stretchmarks on the middle of my stomach that look like a tiger clawed me. but that's ok i'm ready for a new body image!.

oh you want to bottle feed well good it's only like 20bucks a can and you'll only go through it every few days! don't worry we have jobs and we can afford that too right?

i have a daughter. i was married. i'm 26 and she's 3. i had to take off work for 6weeks before i could send her to a daycare so i could get back to work because it's expensive. and if you're body's not ready for a baby it will actually use your own body to help feed the baby and you can loose vital building blocks for your own body.

there are lots of people out there that love each other and know you have to have a stable life to bring a new life into the mix. you don't want to mess up and not have yourself and your life together. i mean kids can have babies it happens but it's always a lil better if adults have babies


rmzie says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

okay so your almost 16 and he may be older then you but right now you have more important things to do with your life live your teen years because you cant get them back .. its cool that you want a baby but don't rush into things... you can mention it to him but depending on how long you and him have been together even talking about it may scare him away but if your sure that it wont send him running the other way just tell him how you feel and talk about when the right time to start trying to have a baby is but theres alot you have to think about, babys can be expensive and things add up so if your still in school and working you both need to have a job and even then you might not have the money to support yourselfs and the baby so talk about it like adults and figure out the important things first but don't have baby right away because things change within minutes so you really have to ask yourself is this something i really want or do you just like the idea of a baby?


shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

i agree entirely with barbi. even though you say you are ready, are you really? yes, babies are cute and cuddly but, yes, they have special needs as well. who's going to take care of them while you're at school? who's going to pay the insurance? who's going to change their diapers? who's going to take them to all their doctor's appointments? are you two even planning to get married? who wants to be a teenage mom? think of the pregnancy pact and the secret life of the american teenager, even though that's a TV show and TV movie it still gives you an idea of why NOT to get pregnant.


shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

Does it sometimes seem like everyone your age is having sex? Do you know anyone at your school who is pregnant or has a baby? Though teen pregnancy has been on the decline over the past decade, the United States still has the highest teen pregnancy rate of any western industrialized country.

So what does this mean for you? It means that, if you're a girl in this country, you have a 34% chance of becoming pregnant by the time you're 20. And it's not just girls who are facing the consequences. The effects of teen parenthood also follow the young fathers and children throughout their lives.

You hear about teen pregnancy in movies, in the news, at school, and from your parents. You know it's not a good idea to have a baby when you're still a kid yourself, so why are so many teens still getting pregnant every year? And what can you do about it?


shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

Three out of ten teenage girls in the United States get pregnant at least one before age 20 -- that amounts to 745,000 teen pregnancies each year. Shocking right?

The United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate in the industrialized world -- twice as high as in England or Canada and eight times as high as in the Netherlands or Japan.

Two-thirds of all teen pregnancies occur among 18-19-year-olds, but that doesn't mean that you're immune if you are under 18.

Almost 50% of teens have never considered how a pregnancy would affect their lives.

Parenthood is the leading reason why teen girls drop out of school. Less than half of teen mothers ever graduate from high school and fewer than two percent earn a college degree by age 30.

Children of teen mothers do worse in school than those born to older parents -- they are 50 percent more likely to repeat a grade, are less likely to complete high school than the children of older mothers, and have lower performance on standardized tests.

Pregnant teens are far less likely to receive timely and consistent prenatal care than those who get pregnant at a later age. The children of teen mothers are more likely to be born prematurely and at low birthweight and are two times more likely to suffer abuse and neglect compared to children of older mothers. Teen mothers are also more likely to smoke during pregnancy, and often teen mothers are not at adequate pre-pregnancy weight and/or do not gain the appropriate amount of weight while pregnant.

Two-thirds of families begun by a young unmarried mother are poor. More than half of all mothers on welfare had their first child as a teenager.

Teen mothers are likely to have a second birth relatively soon -- about one-fourth of teenage mothers have a second child within 24 months of the first birth -- which can further impede their ability to finish school or keep a job, and to escape poverty.

Eight out of ten fathers don't marry the mother of their child. These absent fathers pay less than $800 annually for child support, often because they are poor themselves. Children who live apart from their fathers are also five times more likely to be poor than children with both parents at home.

The daughters of young teen mothers are three times more likely to become teen mothers themselves

The sons of teen mothers are twice as likely to end up in prison.


shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

Practice Abstinence: Not having sex at all is the only 100 percent effective, foolproof method of preventing pregnancy [More information]

Use Contraception: If you do choose to have sex, you need to make sure that you use protection every single time. [More information]


juicystar07 says:

Posted on 29 Apr 2010

i would say wait until you are married. it doesn't mean that you can't have sex, just make sure he wears a condom. sometimes, after a guy gets a girl pregnant, he leaves her. that's what happened to my mom. she was 17. luckily, she had a family to help her take care of two baby girls (me and my sister). not everyone is so lucky. wait until you graduate. you have your whole life ahead of you. when you have a baby, you have to give up your dreams and take care of a baby.


bear14 says:

Posted on 30 Apr 2010

when i was younger, i always thought i'd have a baby by the time i'm 16...because i want to be young...and i still want (the young part), but i'm almost 19 now, and boy am i glad i don't have a baby yet....i'm in college right now, and if i had a baby, i wouldn't be able to be here, and it would be hard taking care of the child. i don't plan on having a baby for another 2 or 3 years boyfriend and i are waiting to have babies after we're married, which will probably be after he's done college, which is another 2 years (and he wants to live with his parents for another year to get some money and then get a house)...i agree with him. but i do want a baby...i don't want to be too old to have a baby...i think by 22 or 23 i'll be ready for my first definitely....but you really should need to be emotionally, and financially ready for a baby


mrs_carter1000 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

i thouqht all that thu i will alwayz take care of my baby. i have enough money plus my fam will help i leave with my aunt her and her daught work at day carez


misspatriot98 says:

Posted on 06 Apr 2010

you cant rely on your family all the time. have you asked your family if they will help you with this possible baby. why dont you wait until your done high school. do you really need a baby right now?

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