Honestly. I really don't think a 15 year old who has grown up around pot smokers so doesn't really know any different should be judged and have her baby taken *forever.*. And I don't think she wouldn't care about the baby or love him/her, that's I big assumption.
I am a happily married, mother of 5 with 2 secure incomes, a house, support of a great church, wonderful sober friends, and I still struggle with wanting to use drugs. Sometimes hourly. I love my family with all my heart, I'm a good mum but the addict in me is still there and the voice is strong. If this opens me up to judgement then so be it, my point is that, if I, who has all the support in the world finds it hard after many, many years, then how can we expect a young teenager to do it on their own. Or how hard would it be for someone with a very long term addiction?
We are all human.
I strongly believe society would be better off if we judged less and helped more.