Quoting ℳary ℐane:" For the one's saying a 14 year old can be a great mom, please give me your definition of a great mother?"
Well I was a mom at 14, and while I wasn't perfect, I was still a good mom. The only time I left him was when I went to school. I breastfed him, changed his diapers, stayed up all night with him and then went to school the next day. I was there when he was sick and when he got hurt. I disciplined him when he got older. I teach him right from wrong. I taught him his letters and numbers and colors and shapes. I breastfed him until just a little while ago. I started working under the table when he was six months old probably and while that wasn't enough to completely support him, I still contributed. He's four years old now and is the best boy I could ever ask for
he's not perfect and neither am I but who is? Yes my mom helped us out financially when he was younger and I will be eternally grateful to her for that, but that doesn't mean I'm a bad mom. It wasn't the ideal situation and I wish I would have waited. Sometimes I wish I could have had the exact same child, just ten years from now. But I will never agree that all 14 year olds are bad moms simply because they can't financially support their child. Yes, that is a huge issue, but how that is handled is between the girl and her family.