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Hi everyone CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Hi, Im a mum of 3, K is 6, M is 8 and A is 15

I have joined for help and advice as we have just found out my 15 yr old is pregnant. 
I would love to hear from anyone who has been in this situation and been a teenage mum. 

Thanks x

tinana+3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Orlando, FL, Virgin Islands 48329 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting CrazyMummyTo3:
Hi, Im a mum of 3, K is 6, M is 8 and A is 15

I have joined for help and advice as we have just found out my 15 yr old is pregnant. 
I would love to hear from anyone who has been in this situation and been a teenage mum. 

Thanks x


It would probably be best for her to make an account... it's prob pretty awkward to go through your mom for these types of things.

Welcome to BG Mid Happy

Tσѕнιε 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Derp, WV, United States 10690 posts
Sep 4th '16

Welcome and good luck to her! And you also. I have not been in this situation,  but I'm sure everything will work out. 

CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting tinana+2:

It would probably be best for her to make an account... it's prob pretty awkward to go through your mom for these types of things.

Welcome to BG Mid Happy


To be honest i think i am going to be the one raising the baby :(

CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting Rανєη:
Welcome and good luck to her! And you also. I have not been in this situation,  but I'm sure everything will work out. 


Thank you x

bia. 4 kids; ., ., Portugal 102656 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting CrazyMummyTo3:

To be honest i think i am going to be the one raising the baby :(



Why do you say that?

CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting bia.:


Why do you say that?


She is in her last year in school and is studying for her exams. Her and the father have no income .. they are both too young to work... he is also 15.
Plus im 35 i have lived my life, I would rather look after the baby so she can go to college and do the things a teenager should be doing, going to the movies with her friends, go travelling etc. 
I dont want 1 mistake to ruin her life. 
 

bia. 4 kids; ., ., Portugal 102656 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting CrazyMummyTo3:

She is in her last year in school and is studying for her exams. Her and the father have no income .. they are both too young to work... he is also 15.
Plus im 35 i have lived my life, I would rather look after the baby so she can go to college and do the things a teenager should be doing, going to the movies with her friends, go travelling etc. 
I dont want 1 mistake to ruin her life. 
 


I'm sorry, mistake? No baby is a mistake, dimwit. She can do all those with a baby, and I hope she does.

CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting bia.:

I'm sorry, mistake? No baby is a mistake, dimwit. She can do all those with a baby, and I hope she does.


Wow arnt you just lovely. Do you spend all of your time posting sarcastic and bitchy comments or do you ever have anything useful to say?
And yes a mistake! Having sex at 15 - a mistake, not using proper contraception - a mistake, planning to have a baby with no way of supporting it - a mistake.
Someone mentioned my daughter making her own profile on here .. I am so glad she hasn't if the only response anyone gets is from the likes of you 

tinana+3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Orlando, FL, Virgin Islands 48329 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting CrazyMummyTo3:

Wow arnt you just lovely. Do you spend all of your time posting sarcastic and bitchy comments or do you ever have anything useful to say?
And yes a mistake! Having sex at 15 - a mistake, not using proper contraception - a mistake, planning to have a baby with no way of supporting it - a mistake.
Someone mentioned my daughter making her own profile on here .. I am so glad she hasn't if the only response anyone gets is from the likes of you 


So now you're the one that has to pay her for mistake? No. I'm all for you helping her, but no... she shouldn't get to have the normal teenage things you mentioned without her working out a way on her own.

CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting tinana+2:

So now you're the one that has to pay her for mistake? No. I'm all for you helping her, but no... she shouldn't get to have the normal teenage things you mentioned without her working out a way on her own.


I have told her i will look after the baby while she is in school.. she will have around 3 months left once the baby is born and she must get a p/t job as well as going to college. There is a college in the area with childcare so we will apply for her to go there. 
I totally agree with you that she must try and work this out on her own but i think she is in a bit of denial. 
I have only known or 3 days and she has known for 2 weeks but when i ask her what plans she has made she says im not giving her time to think. 
I want her to realise how hard of a situation she is in and give her some home truths but support her t the same time.. its so hard to know how to handle it. 

tinana+3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Orlando, FL, Virgin Islands 48329 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting CrazyMummyTo3:

I have told her i will look after the baby while she is in school.. she will have around 3 months left once the baby is born and she must get a p/t job as well as going to college. There is a college in the area with childcare so we will apply for her to go there. 
I totally agree with you that she must try and work this out on her own but i think she is in a bit of denial. 
I have only known or 3 days and she has known for 2 weeks but when i ask her what plans she has made she says im not giving her time to think. 
I want her to realise how hard of a situation she is in and give her some home truths but support her t the same time.. its so hard to know how to handle it. 


That's all understandable. Good for you for being a support system for her. Best of luck to you guys!

CrazyMummyTo3 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom 12 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting tinana+2:

That's all understandable. Good for you for being a support system for her. Best of luck to you guys!


Thank you x

bia. 4 kids; ., ., Portugal 102656 posts
Sep 4th '16

Quoting CrazyMummyTo3:

Wow arnt you just lovely. Do you spend all of your time posting sarcastic and bitchy comments or do you ever have anything useful to say?
And yes a mistake! Having sex at 15 - a mistake, not using proper contraception - a mistake, planning to have a baby with no way of supporting it - a mistake.
Someone mentioned my daughter making her own profile on here .. I am so glad she hasn't if the only response anyone gets is from the likes of you 


Actually, I've offered lots of support on my years of being here. I take it you didn't do your job properly and take her to a doctor for birth control? Her baby is still not a mistake!

Vanessa Ford 5 kids; Chula Vista, CA, United States 279 posts
Sep 5th '16

Quoting bia.:

Actually, I've offered lots of support on my years of being here. I take it you didn't do your job properly and take her to a doctor for birth control? Her baby is still not a mistake!


First of all it has nothing to do with her doing her job properly teenagers will be teenagers it's not her fault why her fifteen-year-old went out and got pregnant so if you don't have nothing positive to say then just keep your negative comments to yourself because I noticed every post anyone puts all you do is comment negative stuff