Baby Obsession

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      Hi there everyone

      This is the first time I have come across this website, and it’s
      awesome! I found it while I was surfing for prenancy pictures and looking up more baby info. You see, I am obsessed about having a baby. Ever since I have met the love of my life, I have wanted nothing else more than this. :unsure:

      I sometimes wish I was pregnant whenever he and I get into something, and even if I was, I wouldn’t be upset because of how badly I want to get pregnant! I can only blame my female hormones, because I know every fabric of my mind says that having a baby is a big no-no, and should NOT be taken lightly. I am only 16 years old, and my boyfriend lives in a different state.
      However, we have just as great a chance of having a baby as any other couple in the world.

      I know having a baby is just about the greatest responsibility life can throw at you, but I dont know how to detour my feelings otherwise. I am facinated by the thought of a huge tummy, big breasts, and a boyfriend who would be just as excited :laugh: …and just as scared.

      How can I stop, or lighten my thoughts and feelings about having a baby
      and getting pregnant? I am 16, I want to enjoy my life before my boyfriend and I get married in the future… and yet I want to become pregnant just as much.

      Please help me, everyone.



        I am 15 years old. I have been with my boyfriend, Justin, for two years now. We have had sex WITH protection. But even with that, I think I am pregnant. I am scared to death. I used to look at the girls at my school who were pregnant and envy them. But now that I might be, I am terrified. I know my boyfriend wouldn’t leave me if I was, but it still scares me. Give it some time before you make up your mind. I guarantee you’ll thank yourself that you did.




          I would encourage pregnant girls to not choose abortion and to make a choice that gives life to their child. However I would encourage you to try to wait until you are older to try to have get pregnant.

          It is not wrong to want to have children and to be excited at the thought of having a baby. However you need to ask yourself if this would really be best for you and for the child to try to get pregnant right now. If you were pregnant now your life would change and you would miss out on many of the high school experiences. You would have to grow up very soon. Would it really be best for the child to be conceived now? Wouldn’t it be better when you have a supportive husband who will be there for you and the family? Babies are time consuming. Babies are expensive. Some day you will make a great mother, but for now I would spend some time babysitting and wait for parenthood until a few more years down the road. Best wishes.


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