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Teen girl really wants a baby. Help?

Postby sorryexcuse » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:34 pm

I'm typing this as I'm going through really bad baby fever. I've wanted a kid since forever, but I'm too young to have one. Just the thought of being pregnant and bringing a mini-me into this world cheers me up from any sadness i'm having. My childhood has already been stolen from me, and my peers & social life are irrelevant, so those aren't of concern to me. My only concerns are on who the father would be, and trying my best to keep it away from my side of the family. It wouldn't be hard to find a guy, because the boys at my school are weak-minded and horny, and I already want to run away from home anyways, so it wouldn't be hard for me to do. I suppose I could always get pregnant by an older guy who's more financially stable, too. But this is all just speculation as of now. The only thing I know for sure is that I REALLY want to bare a child. It's one of the best things a female can do!
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Re: Teen girl really wants a baby. Help?

Postby Holodeck » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:24 pm

Just the thought of being pregnant and bringing a mini-me into this world cheers me up from any sadness i'm having.


So you're depressed, and you think going through hormonal changes including potential post pardum depression is going to fix everything? It's cool to plan and dream for the future, but forcing a life who's soul intention is for you to vicariously get the childhood you didn't feel you had through them isn't fair for a child.

My childhood has already been stolen from me, and my peers & social life are irrelevant, so those aren't of concern to me.


My mom lived vicariously through me. As your kid from the future, I'm telling you that my mother told me she regretted having me all the time.

My only concerns are on who the father would be, and trying my best to keep it away from my side of the family. It wouldn't be hard to find a guy, because the boys at my school are weak-minded and horny, and I already want to run away from home anyways, so it wouldn't be hard for me to do. I suppose I could always get pregnant by an older guy who's more financially stable, too.


You have a bad family support system, and are willing to bang someone financially stable (hopefully they don't wind up doing harm to you or the baby after). Seriously, do your future baby a favor and wait till you have YOUR life straight before you set your kid on a path to be on these forums one day.
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Re: Teen girl really wants a baby. Help?

Postby sorryexcuse » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:09 pm

Holodeck wrote:
My mom lived vicariously through me. As your kid from the future, I'm telling you that my mother told me she regretted having me all the time.



I'd never say anything like that to my baby. I'd love it more than i love myself. You think I have all of these bad intentions, but I really don't.
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Re: Teen girl really wants a baby. Help?

Postby Holodeck » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:39 pm

sorryexcuse wrote:
Holodeck wrote:
My mom lived vicariously through me. As your kid from the future, I'm telling you that my mother told me she regretted having me all the time.



I'd never say anything like that to my baby. I'd love it more than i love myself. You think I have all of these bad intentions, but I really don't.


Whether it's a relationship with a child or someone else you'll never be happy if you aren't already happy with yourself. You may never say those words. You owe it to your child to not use them as a distraction because the rest of your life isn't how you want it. The child should not be the bearer of all your happiness and expectation. It isn't fair to the child.

Food for thought if you are uncertain and you don't have the answers and tools, being pregnant won't give you those tools to raise the child right through you "loving it a whole whole bunch".

The fact that you are seeking impute from the forum shows that you have your doubts that you should go through with this.
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