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    my friend announced to me this morning that shes 11 weeks pregnant, shes almost 19, i sort of feel happy for her but dont cus shes just wasting her life, is there any1 else against this situation or wot??
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    Did she want to get pregnant or was it an accident?
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    I hope it was an accident. Getting pregnant deliberately at that age is stupid, in my opinion!

    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    my friend announced to me this morning that shes 11 weeks pregnant, shes almost 19, i sort of feel happy for her but dont cus shes just wasting her life, is there any1 else against this situation or wot??
    I'm kinda against it with u x
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    my friend announced to me this morning that shes 11 weeks pregnant, shes almost 19, i sort of feel happy for her but dont cus shes just wasting her life, is there any1 else against this situation or wot??
    mayeb she wants the child...
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    (Original post by suz19)
    Did she want to get pregnant or was it an accident?
    it was an accident but she was on the pill at the time, shes been goin nout with her boyfriend for about two years now, so its not as if she was sleepin around or owt
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    (Original post by Gimp)
    I hope it was an accident. Getting pregnant deliberately at that age is stupid, in my opinion!
    did u read about that 13 yrs old (or maybe 12) who wanted to ahve a baby so much she went with just anyone! she is now 19 and the kiddy is 6!
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    it was an accident but she was on the pill at the time, shes been goin nout with her boyfriend for about two years now, so its not as if she was sleepin around or owt
    I feel really sorry for her then. She must be really upset? I couldn't think of anything worse happening :eek:
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    (Original post by lumpycustard)
    did u read about that 13 yrs old (or maybe 12) who wanted to ahve a baby so much she went with just anyone! she is now 19 and the kiddy is 6!
    no i didn't hear about that.

    a baby is a life time commitment though and she can chuck any ideas of education out the window for a year or two atleast. there's a girl in one of my classes who had to do her gcses/alevels 2 years later coz she had a baby when she was 16.
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    it was an accident but she was on the pill at the time, shes been goin nout with her boyfriend for about two years now, so its not as if she was sleepin around or owt
    thats ok then. baby born in to a stable relationship
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    (Original post by suz19)
    I feel really sorry for her then. She must be really upset? I couldn't think of anything worse happening :eek:
    there r plenty things worse, maybe losing the life of her bf? i think this baby may b a blessin to them, bring them closer together
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    (Original post by suz19)
    I feel really sorry for her then. She must be really upset? I couldn't think of anything worse happening :eek:
    shes not so much as upset, as she is pissed off cus it wasnt as if she wasnt takin any precaution
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    (Original post by lumpycustard)
    there r plenty things worse, maybe losing the life of her bf? i think this baby may b a blessin to them, bring them closer together
    Maybe it will for them but for me personally, I would feel like my life was over anyway if I got pregnant. (The fact that I can't stand children probably comes into that a bit too though )
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    (Original post by lumpycustard)
    there r plenty things worse, maybe losing the life of her bf? i think this baby may b a blessin to them, bring them closer together
    it could also have the opposite affect, which it already has done, hes now having cold feet, eventho it took him just as much as it took her to get into this situation
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    (Original post by suz19)
    Maybe it will for them but for me personally, I would feel like my life was over anyway if I got pregnant. (The fact that I can't stand children probably comes into that a bit too though )
    ditto!!!
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    it could also have the opposite affect, which it already has done, hes now having cold feet, eventho it took him just as much as it took her to get into this situation
    Annoying isn't it how the guy can just walk away from the situation but the girl's life in ruined :rolleyes: I had a scare once and I have never ever been so worried in all my life. It was horrible.
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    it could also have the opposite affect, which it already has done, hes now having cold feet, eventho it took him just as much as it took her to get into this situation
    men r like that. however most, i am glad to say, that have been with the gf for as logn as that see the baby growing and the mother too and realise that theyr gona b a dad.

    iu dont think ym life wud b OVER, it wud just be HARDER
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    ditto!!!
    Hey Glitter like you avator

    *sighs is stuck at home ill again*
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    its usually once the child is born, the mother is soooo pleased she got pregnant, and so pleased she kept the baby. and sometimes the guy realises he has the chance to b a family and raise a child
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    (Original post by waiting2smile)

    *sighs is stuck at home ill again*
    awwwww! let me give u a hug!
 
 
 
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