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Wow are you mentally retarded or just from the north just curious. I live in the south and the norm age for having kids is the twenties. Most of us are damn responsible about it. We work, we care for our kids and raise them not to be over privileged brats. Maybe if someone would have knocked some since into this nineteen year-old she wouldn't be acting like a goddamn fool. And to your argument for having kids when your over thirty by that time you have already wasted most of your prime eggs, you are seriously set in you habits, You generally have greater responsibility at work and have no time for the child, and to top it off by the time a women is in the typical age were she may be developing major health problems (breast cancer) her kids are only in their early teens and that is not the best time to have to deal with such adult issues.
Dan-As firebug said, you really shouldn't stereotype anyone into one category. By the time I was 22, I owned my house (paying a mortgage, but never-the-less not renting), had my car paid off, and was serving in the military. I had my daughter 6 months ago at the age of 26. I work full-time for the federal government (as a civilian) and have a master's degree. I, like the others, do not fit into your "under the age of 30" stereotype either.
I had my daughter when I was 17 and my son just before i turned 23, I raise both of my children and have graduated from high school and college. Not to mention am married, own a house, and hold a full time career. How about you don't stereotype everybody into one category please and thank you.....
Hi Dan. I'm 39 and had my son at 18 and he's done so well he just graduated from college this month. Regardless of my age, my son is priority #1 then and now. I dont think being under 30 and being a mother is playing to be "baby momma". A mother who is responsible will be responsible at 19, at 30, at 40 or whatever age. Most moms become mothers way before 30. Is a matter of realizing that our children come first. But the father was also involved, why isnt anybody bothered by his actions? He is also responsible for the well being of their child. Is not just her child!!!!
Dan - I have to say... I had my son @25 and it was one of the best things that ever happened to us. I am a great mother and I doubt that would have changed had I become a mother when I was younger... you either want to be a parent or you don't (that has nothing to do with age). I have read about alot of awful parents in there 30/40/50's to the point where I wish ppl were required to pass a test and take a course in order to parent - Unfortunately, there are many ppl that take this amazing blessing for granted!
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