Proud Mommy!

I've been on this site for a while now and used to post about my beautiful daughter all the time, then I started getting people saying I was a **** and blah blah blah all this crap when they didn't know anything about me other then the fact that I'm 18 and have a kid. I took the stories down and I figured that if they spent about 5 minutes talking to me and still called me a **** well then hey! nothing I can do right! Truth be told I've been with one male so ha! No sluttiness here! Anyway, my daughter is my pride and joy and thanks to someone close to me, I've realized that i shouldn't care what people assume about me. My baby girl is my world and I would do anything for her. She doesn't stay still while changing her unless I sing to her or fall asleep lol she's spoiled and beautiful and smart and cute and I don't care what people think anymore. I am not ashamed of having a daughter this young and I never have been. Do I wish I would have waited, yes but do I feel hindered by my daughter or resent her birth absolutely not! I wouldn't be alive if it wasn't for her and I know that without her I would have never made it to where I am today. Thanks Hero if your reading this lol
HanaNoMizu HanaNoMizu
26-30, F
9 Responses Feb 4, 2008

I wrote that story years ago and part of me still kicks myself for how stupid I was by letting people sway my opinion of myself. My daughter is four now and absolutely amazing! We spend every moment we can playing games or going to the park. She does her things while I do my homework (yes, I'm in college) and when all is said and done, we lay down and watch cartoons together before bed. I still get my time to be my age every once in a while, but I wouldn't trade the experiences I've had with my daughter for anything in this world or the next.

Go mommy!! It's wonderful to see that you can be so proud and confident even after some people try and bring you down. I got pregnant by only the second guy I've ever been with, and even though I'm not proud of the fact that I got pregnant the way I did, I would not trade my daughter for anything and I can't wait to get to meet her! :) You are inspiring.

You made your point and nothing is more important than that. Who are these opinion sharers to tell you how you should live your life. its a free world, the last time i checked....

Truth is children are a blessing, and im glad you realized that vs alot of women your age, who just believe they are the road block that screwed up thier lives. Im sure ur daughters blessed to have a mom like you as well.

A passion for a child, if your a true parent, never falters.

Glad to see your passion for your daughter and life!

No nothing can. I completely agree!

spoken like a mother...nothing can get in the way of a mothers love =)

good for you!!