Single Moms

It's not easy being a single mom. As a single parent, you have to take on double the parenting duty. Other issues can make this even more complex. For example, some young moms write about what to do if my boyfriend is an alcoholic. Please share your experience and wisdom. As you will see, these problems require a great support system, time management skills and top-notch parenting techniques. If you have tips to share with other single moms or just want to help other single mothers and single parents out there, then tell us your story.


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THIS IS FOR GLORIA AND ANY OTHER PRE-MOMS!


It's okay. Take a deep breath. You're bringing a beautiful person into this world, who has a chance of their own. Don't get abortion, you'll be scarred for life knowing you killed your own baby. If you don't know a way to tell your parents, here's one: Tell them calmly. Say you are ready to take full responsibilty and please ask them for forgiveness. Say you have learned your lesson, but you are ready to bring a child into this world, but you can't without their full support. If they kick you out, then they're not good supporters. Find someone who is. BUt NEVER give up education. It's so important. Get all your schoolwork one week at a time and do it at home. Then, after your babby is born, focus on getting early admittance to colleges and getting your diplomas and scholorships. Education is so important. Don't worry, it'll be okay. xoxo,
Shelby.

Shelby






13 and preggooo

I'm 13 and pregnant. It suxs cuz kids tease me. And my mom kicked me out of the house. I live with my boyfriend. Its a baby girl! We r gonna name her jamie-victoria! But kids tease me about my stomach. The say cum lets go roll arund naked and make it twins. It hurts. Some of my friends are supportive. And some are just plain mean. One tried to sock me in my stomach. But to all pregnant teens just remember be strong! But I also need some advice. So anyone just email me. Plllleeeeaaaasssseeee!!!!! :)

caity






my beautiful son

hello

i am 21 years old and i have a baby boy named Donny, he was born on may 12 2008, im a single mother barely getting by, i cant work cuz i cant find a sitter and im not in school,i make money by babysitting other kids, and in return i ask for diapers or formula, his father and i are not together and we never were, a few months back his father broke up with the mother of his children and we hooked up, we saw each other for a couple months and back in november i found out i was pregnant, i did not tell him right away, in january i finally told him and to my surprise he didnt deny the baby, that month he moved away for school, he'll be back in aug he is back with his gf, when my son was born i called him and told him bout the news, he was happy and couldnt wait to see him in person, so i look forward to that day, when he gets to finally meet his boy, i made a lot of mistakes but donny was a life saver, he taught me to make the right choices, i plan to return to school in the fall

Loretta






chances

i was browsing when i came across this site and decided to put up my story i am 17 years old in the 12 grade and i am pregnant with my first child i love the idea about being pregnant because i am having it with my boyfriend of 2 years in july but shortly after finding this out he acts really funny he doesnt spend any time with me we barely talk and i dont kno what to do with him because i want this child and i want to raise my child in a stable enviroment

shantel






Unexpected Pregnancy

I'm not truly single. I have been with my boyfriend for a little over two years now. We started dating when we were both 15 and sophmores in high school. Only a little over 3 months ago we found out that I was pregnant.

By this time, my boyfriend had moved in with me and things were going very good. After I took FOUR pregnancy tests (because we were both in such disbelief) we scheduled an appointment with my family doctor. On the way there, we talked about the different "options" we had...basically keep or don't keep. Being so young, it was scary to think that all of our plans could be ruined by this.

After my doctor confirmed our fears, somthing changed. When we got outside to the car, me and my partner no longer had any thoughts in our mind about getting rid of the baby.

We just had our first ultrasound last week and found out our baby weighs a little over 4 ounces. Seeing it was a miracle...at every check up we get to hear it's hearbeat and each time we get overjoyed.

In a couple months, I will be heading to a university to get my masters in secondary education. I'm happy to say things are going great and I have plenty of support from my family and the man I love!

To everyone in a similar situation (teen pregnancy), know there is hope and plenty of support out there for you (whether or whether not it comes from family). Stay strong and follow your heart!

Amanda







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