Quoting Kirsty Oneil:" thinks its funny how people can juge you because your a young mam when they know nothing about you i.e ... [snip!] ... a living or how you were brought up or why you have your children so young anyone else young with children or is it just me??"
I get what you mean. People who tend to judge others frequently (cause I can't really say that none of us have ever judged another person before at least once) over relatively trivial things such as being young with a child(ren) or other assets tend to annoy me.
To me, your age doesn't define what kind of parent you are. Its how you act or carry out your role as a mother or father that determines this alone. Age, more often than not, has a minimal to absolutely no influence on what I think of your parenting skills. Now, do I think teenage or younger parents have more obstacles or difficulties to overcome? Depending on the circumstances, the answer to that would be yes.
But I don't think of young mother as a "bad mom" right off the bat.