Quoting Gir!:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ☮Sugar Magnolia:</b>" Meeehhhhh. The American foster ... [snip!] ... off with their blood relatives; more likely to have a secure life no matter the mothers age, in comparison to smurf like that."
Quoting BoogerBear's Momma:" I agree. I do believe there should be wellness checks once in a while to make sure baby is getting everything ... [snip!] ... in my life because of a stupid law like that and having to live with a random family just because they are over the age of 18. "
Quoting Sarah Lee Murray:" I'm 19 years old... I got married at 18, Graduated at 17, I'm a full time student and have a full time ... [snip!] ... my life is great and I like to believe we are financially stable , But it still hurts when someone calls me a statistic.."
Quoting Gir!:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" Semantics, semantics. Really, you ... [snip!] ... now and comparing it to the meaning it was in 1600. Yes, There is a very fine line between semantics and personal opinions"
Quoting Gir!:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" I understand that, but it is hard ... [snip!] ... not disputing that. I had a good example and forgot before I got back on here. If I think of it again I will post it later."
Quoting BMG:" At 18 I no longer considered myself a teen. I was an adult. I had a full time job, my own apartment, and had to pay my own bills. In the eyes of the law I was legally an adult."
Quoting Back to Noob Status:" EighTEEN. You can be an adult AND still be a teenager. I don't understand why people don't understand this..."