Depends on circumstances. Do you have the means to raise a child with everything it'll need? Food, security, a secure home, secure schooling, and money for other needs? As well as the preparation for extremely high-stress life you will be living for the next 18-22 years for raising this child? Oh, also I hear childbirth is one of the most painful experiences in the world, but it really comes to those other things in the long run.<br />
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...also, if you're being pressured into this, or somehow being presented with this as a choice by someone other than yourself, and I'm going to put on my grown-up-pants for this but, don't give into peer-pressure. >_< haha

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oh yes.. and don't forget the incontience.. now everytime I cough or pee too hard Oppsie I peed my pants!
Who said motherhood isn't sexy??

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is

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When you add in the factor that a girl I went to school with had a baby soon after she turned 13.... Don't be in a rush to have a child.. being a child at the same time

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God no... at 16?? omg trust me anyone with a brain or hindsight would gladly wait until they are secure in life.<br />
I didn't have my first son until I was 25.. I had no career, no real income.. ad in the fact the dad pulled a houdini so no support out of mommy dearest.. <br />
It's soooo HARD. <br />
People don't say finish school, go to college and get married first just to be bossy ******.<br />
If you want to get through parenthood without feeling like a total loser, living with your mom until you're nearly 40 and finding it very hard to find a perfect romance because you can't just chill with a prospective bf/gf because its not right to have new ppl around your kids too soon (ya it makes it hard) be patient and get YOUR **** done first.<br />
If you can't take care of yourself... you'll be up ***** creek without a paddle trying to take care of another human being!

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No.

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Not to disagree but why?

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16 is such a young age. And not just about the age, the maturity, dependency and all. Having a baby is really difficult what more to a person who's 16, right?

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Ok, ty btw for your insight.

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You're welcome :))

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I hope to see you on the next question.

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stuided age to have a child grow up first

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Birth control or no, 16 is too young to be a mother. The best time to start a family is in your late twenties and early thiries. Anything earlier and you're and you risk the childs developement. Children having children is the stupidist thing imaginable! Only a fool would make such a mistake.

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I'd also say 16 is really a bit young to have a child- they are a huge, huge responsibility, and you'll have PLENTY of time !!

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Maybe if you were living in 1890, but in 2012 its waaayyy too young, wait at least another 10 yrs

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