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lmfao my baby is so buetiful she takes after me and her father.mixed with puerto rican and indian ily Ce-Ce

26 Jan 1996


i am a loving mother 15 yrs old about to be 16 this year!!! i have a 5 month old baby girl named December we call her Ce-Ce she was born December 8 2010...i used to be a cheerleader for Fuquay-Varina High...and i am very loving and caring to others

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nyisha_kute2334 asked:

17 Oct 2011

hi i am15 have a 5month old baby what should i do because the dad is never realy there for her

he is always out with his friends he only comes to see her on the week ends. he will bring his friends over and be loud when she is sleeping. what should i do to make him understand that our baby comes befor friend?



xtinaeire says:

Posted on 17 Oct 2011

Hi sweetie. firstly you have to stop him calling with his friends if he wants to see his daughter it is on your terms and on his own because you are the one whose raising her.. a child needs routine.Trust me if his going to understand this will get his attention. secondly you have to be TOUGH and set aside your feelings for him and put all your love and energy into your daughter.maybe if you talk to him he too might be under pressure or finding it hard to get his head around this but sweetie stay strong for her x she needs you to be strong don't let him call whenever he feels like it and when it suits him. tell him you want him to be a dad to her not a part -time dad popping in and out of her life good luck x


inside_out says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2011

I agree - he needs to be as committed to the baby as you are. Now that you have a daughter, she has become your responsibility. It seems like you've realized this and are handling the fact that she is very important. However, you need to make it clear to her dad that he needs to get serious. Maybe tell him that he needs to start taking responsibility and be there for your child or to stay out of it (since he's causing problems). HE is the father, not HE AND HIS FRIENDS. I hope this helps :(
God Bless :)


xxgeenalivelyxx says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2011

To be brutally honest, you shouldn't have had sex in the first place. Too young! And i don't blame the father for not wanting to see her often. He is still young too and he has his life to live still!! It is both of you guys fault that you got pregnant and that he doesn't want to stick around. I'm sorry, but this would have never happened if you had sex. You brought it upon yourself.


dragana94 says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2011

I'm sry but I gotta agree,it yours fault.U didn't think about it u bout were too young,I mean u still are BOTH of u.Its hardly to say that he's a dad he could be your baby brother,not father.Its hard,u need to try to speak w/ him,explain him somethings,let your parents help u.


coco_badddoee says:

Posted on 15 Nov 2011

Umm ... for the twoo gurls whoo saidd it wass her fault yalll wrongg becausee he has responsibilities just likee her soo STFU


msunderstoodmisfit16 says:

Posted on 07 Dec 2011

im not saying it is your fault but i'm not saying it isn't are too young and you should've thought about what you were getting yourself into before you did anything...having sex with someone has many risks there are millions of STDs in this world and pregnancy. now dont get me wrong i dont know the facts but who knows mabey the condom broke or mabey you decided to wing it...but im getting off topic if you want him to be there for you and your child then you must confront him if he's with his friends pull him into another room and talk if he's not make sure he isn't distracted and tell him...i mean there's a chance he isnt ready to raise a kid that is the number one reason most men aren't there for there kids..having kids raises responsibility you need to ask him if he wants to raise your kid and if he's ready (even after five months some people still aren't)...then let him know he needs to step up


chipmonkcheekslexi says:

Posted on 08 Dec 2011

im not here to judge you but you should set his ass straight and tell him that since he got his lil pecker wet and nut up something, its time for him to pull up his pants and be a daddy, seriously though talk to him about the responsibilitiesof being a parent and if he dosen't act right.....put his ass on child support, and if he dont pay child support lock his ass up!


kelli1120 says:

Posted on 15 Jan 2012

you should sit him down and talk to him and say you need to step up and be a parent and if he doesnt break up with him you should also talk to his friends


renderella says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2012

Hello there.
First thing is first. I understand that it was both of your decisions to engage in sexual activity. Since both of you are young it is absolutely understandable for both of you, not just him, to want to hang out with friends, be with family, and have a "normal" life for your age. I am not sure at what age you can put someone on child support, but I think you should do that as soon as you get the chance. If his family is not taking the right steps in insuring that their son is supporting the life he made then you need to speak with your family and make it known that you don't feel that it's okay for him not to be there.
I believe that life is a precious gift and anyone who doesn't want to support life should go away. Although if he takes time out of his weekends to come see her then that is good. At that age I would expect for a guy to be out with friends on weekend.
You can't put all the blame on him though. If he wont come to you, you need to take her to him. You need to tell his parents that you would like to come over so he can spend time with her. Are you two still together? If you aren't then you need to make sure that he realizes that he can't just stop taking care of her because he helped make her. If you are together it's the same thing, but you also need to make sure that you are being taken care of too. A lot of women after having a baby feel extremely lonely because their partners start acting distant from them and normally want to do more with the baby. He is doing what normal young parents do and that is try to slip away. He will make little to no effort because he doesn't know how to be a parent.
If any of this sounds weird or doesn't coincide I am sorry because I am listening to rock music, cleaning,and was typing each section a little at a time.
Hope this helps.


rockqueenbre says:

Posted on 04 Jan 2012

I totally agree

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