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Girl 15 Wants To Have A Baby With Her Boyfriend

It is very hard to care for a child, not just cost of buying new clothes every 3 months and the formula is very expensive and wick only gives u enough for most of the month, u will be spending on a new born about 45.00 a month on that alone, plus diapers and clothing every 2-3 months. They must have 10-14 outfits each time plus onesies, shoes, jacket plus in winter the entire coat, boots, hat, mittens, plus all toys bathing supplies, bed, dresser, swings u need two, playpen, walker, the round thing that just sits there and they play with all the toys hooked on it, pacifires, teething items, doctors appoint, shots, teething, bottles, nipples, curtains, a few stuffed animals it usually cost 1,00 just to stock a nursery plus the rest of their life. daycare, lunches,
you are no longer important, the baby now is everyones life. all schol fees, pictures, sports, plus fees and equipment for each one, and each child usually plays 2-4 sports per year. You are no longer the baby, the baby is for the rest of your life. not at 18 , you are the parent until u die, and now days, u have to help out in this economy plus college for 4-6 yrs and then help them with their children, most don't think of everything, they just want someone to love them back and is apart of them. But just because u are preg want to be doesn;t mean it is for you. sometimes we have things like babies for others and when we have a college education a good job then u can have a baby and are reaedy for it.
Hope this helps

Lots of love

Tammy 
broderav1 broderav1 46-50 3 Responses Oct 19, 2010

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okay... i just found out im pregnant about a month ago.(im 7 weeks in) so i planned evereything out and now im ok with it.

but you just gave this 15 year old girl alot of things to think about.... and a MAJOR head ach!!

Very well said. My partner and myself were considering kids when she's 21 but we are going to wait until we've completed police training and have two years of working under our belt until we have our first :)



There's no rush for babies people. A lot of my former friends have became teen parents and they have dead end jobs and they will most likely have that type of job for a long time.

Very well said. My partner and myself were considering kids when she's 21 but we are going to wait until we've completed police training and have two years of working under our belt until we have our first :)



There's no rush for babies people. A lot of my former friends have became teen parents and they have dead end jobs and they will most likely have that type of job for a long time.