T The Girls That Wants To Support Each Other Thoughts

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kristie - March 7

Hi gals. I am 21 this year and i have a son and a hubby. I thought i may open up a thread where we all can come to the place and ask questions without any critising and to support each other with the choices we have made or are thinking about making. I was married at 19 and have had a son at 19. I was engaged 6 months after we got together and have benn together for 4 years now. I worked hard b4 i decided to have kids the onlything i dont have is a house. I am going to go back to work after i have my 2nd baby SO FAR BEEN UNSUCESSFILL then we are going to by a house that way we are guarenteed 2 incomes with no more time off for kids as i only want to and yeh. so write in and u will get all the support u need ty cheers!!!!!!!!!

 

ataylor724 - March 7

Hey Kristie, I read a couple of your responses to other posts and I have to say, I think I like you lol. I am 20 and preggo with my first. I'm getting married next month to my best friend of three years. I think that I may go crazy however on the next person who tells me I'm too young to have a child. It's the "oh but you're so young" with that pity look that gets to me... you know the one I'm talking about? It comes right after they look at my ring finger (we just got my engagement ring). I'm currently not working as well, my morning sickness (hyperemesis gavandrum) has made it impossible to work while pregnant. I forget what your other posts had said... are you expecting now or trying? If you are expecting when are you due? I have all kinds of questions for someone who has gone through it before with a husband. Most girls our age are not as fortunate, but it does make it difficult to get advice seeing as the situations are so different. I would love to chat more with you.

 

kristie - March 7

Hi ataylor. I have just had a miscarriage in the 18 feb i was due in oct but yes we are trying again. Mind you this is my second miscarriage. I am very very familar with that look you are talking about. I dont no where u come from but i live in Australia. Over here there are lots of single parents and i find that i only get that look when they find out im married. To me it sounds as though being a single mum is more cooler then having the whole package. I dont think anyone is to young it depends on the maturity. The way i see it by the time im 45 my kids would have moved out of home and freedom here i come. lol. Dont worry bout what ppl say and think and i look at it tjis way if ppl at the shops look at me weird ill never see them again and think is it envy?

 

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