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December 31, 2008 at 10:38 pm #23629sillygirl93
i’m 15, and about 7 months pregnant i found out i was pregnant when i was 14… i am sooo very scared, well the baby’s father left me by myself i feel so ery very alone and idk wat to do i am pro-life and i am keepin my baby girl… but i’m scared that i wont be enough… 🙁 i mean i don’t want my little girl growning up without a dad… idk please help if you can..January 1, 2009 at 7:47 pm #23631Evangeline
>>>HUGS<<< and welcome to SUG. I'm so very sorry that yr feeling this way, you must remember that yr a strong, brave young woman that has made an enormous and life changing decision... YOU CAN HANDLE ANYTHING:) I think your daughter would be better off with one parent who loves her unconditionally than have a second parent who doesn't really want to be there and floats in and out of her life. I wish you the very best of luck and hope that you'll keep us posted on both your and baby's progress. Take care. Peace and Light, Evangeline.January 2, 2009 at 8:29 am #23633nadza
hey swty, im glad to hear that ur keepin the baby, sooo many ppl think that they cant be single mothers but wen u hold that bundle in ur arms u develop such strength n u will be able to do it… yes it wil be hard, i have my hubby yet raising a baby wasnt easy for us but it is sooo worth it! and as for the dad, he jus wasn gud enuf 4u n cant see past the responsibility of fatherhood, well its his loss! a day will cum wen u will meet the ryt man who will giv u n ur baby wat u deserve, never lose hope k mwa xoxoxJanuary 2, 2009 at 10:07 am #23634Anonymous
I’m right where you are. I’m 15 and just about 38 weeks, now. Luckily, the father is very supportive, as is my family. But let me tell you this: if he isn’t man enough to stay with you and support you, do you really want your child to have him as a father figure? Anyone can be a biological father, but it takes a certain man to be a daddy.
We ALL get fears that we can’t do this. I know that I do. It’s so scary to think about the unknown futures that we all have. But you CAN do this. You’ve already made the wonderful choice to keep your daughter. It will be lots of work, but so worth this challenge! The greatest job in life is motherhood. These feelings will pass when your daughter is in your arms. You’ve accomplished so much already.
Please, I’d love to hear more from you. 🙂 Sign my guest book or e-mail me as you wish.January 2, 2009 at 7:19 pm #23646kez_mummy_2_skye
Your baby has YOU and thats what matters. You have given her a life already and kudos to you for doing that!
It wont be long til you meet. You will meet a man and be happy. A baby needs love not all the luxurious things in life.January 3, 2009 at 7:27 am #23649emeraldforestmyheartbro
Im so proud of you for deciding to keep your baby 🙂 Things will be tough but you will make it. There are plenty of single mom’s with children who lead happy lives. My best of luck to you hun. Keep us updated!January 3, 2009 at 7:00 pm #23650jessey223
I think you are a very brave and honorable young women. You put the needs of your child before yours and that is a big part of being a mommy. You can and will do it. Good news is if the father is not around much your child will not know what they are missing. I think kids are more shaken up when parents are together and then split and the kids remember how life use to be. Being a mommy at any age is a change and not the easiest thing in the world however I believe it is the most rewarding. I wish you the best of luck and I am here to talk anytime. JessicaJanuary 6, 2009 at 5:00 am #23679breathless
Hey girl! Don’t sweat it, I was fifteen when I got pregnant and..well, go to my profile and check out my old posts! I was feeling the same way as you! I was so scared, I felt completely alone, I had no idea what I was going to do! But that baby came out and now he’s a 14 month old terror of nature! Haha just kidding. But really, he’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me in my life and everyday I just gaze at him and say “I love you” with all my heart. I’m not going to kid you, motherhood is HARD but ask ANY mom of any age and they will say the same thing. Raising children is a challenge! The only difference is we young mom’s sometimes face a few more challenges but that does not affect our ability to be great moms! As for MIA dad, and I’m sure a lot of girls will say this to you, it is way more important to have one parent that loves you more than anything then to have a Dad who could care less! Good luck and feel free to write me anytime!January 13, 2009 at 4:08 pm #23776sophia roses mummy
hi swty thats really brave of you to want to keep your daughter 🙂 i had a little girl 5months ago and i was 15 years old now im 16 tho, but my dad forsed me to put her up for adoption and it was the worst thing iv ever done in my life and i truly regret it, thats why i think you are so strong to keep her and be able to keep her. i just wanted to say good luck. and if the dad doest wana be by yourside thats his problem and yove done nothing wrong he’s the one missing out. but my boyfriend was with me all the way through it. but i just wanted to say good luck and everything will be ok 🙂 thanks gabby xoJanuary 14, 2009 at 3:01 pm #23783sophia roses mummy
good luck 🙂January 17, 2009 at 12:32 am #23814LilysDoubleTrouble
Fifteen. Wow I was sixteen when I got pregnant with my twins. Have you ever considered adoption? You can do this. I am here if you ever want to email me!
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