Quoting G.Quintana:" Have any of you ever been a teen mother? Probably not... You think its so easy to be a mom when your ... [snip!] ... So to all the synical remarks i hope you find the innorance and sacracism is a lot different then experience and knowledge!"
LOL. Dear, I'm 20, and I STILL don't know what I want out of life. I've changed my major in college not once, not twice, but THREE times so far. And honestly, it'll probably change once or twice more before I'm through with it all. I know nothing more about life than what my parents taught me, but thankfully, I was brought up pretty good. My family didn't start to fall apart until after I made my own. Now my parents are divorced and my younger siblings get to see a whole side of life that I never got to see growing up, but none of that happened until I was moved out of the house and pregnant already. My mom was 15 when she got pregnant with her first, 17 when she got pregnant with her 2nd, and 20 when she got pregnant with her 3rd, which was me. And she continued to have kids until 2 years ago when she gave birth to my beautiful little sister. She has had 10 children, and even she will admit that it's JUST as tough to be a teen mom as it is to be a mother in general. The only thing different is back then, parents could FORCE you to get married, which hers did. Now, nothing can really be forced. So you guys are lucky.