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    I'm 23 I had mine at 16, 18, 20 and 23 I never experienced any judgment but I look older than I am. I have so many friends that have and still do suffer from it. No matter what age you have the potential to be a great parent!! Just smile! :-)

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    I don't think it's about age...it's your maturity.

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    I'm 24 and had my children at 19, 20 & 23. To be honest I hadn't experienced any judgement from other people. Even with DD1 being at school and there being a majority of 30+ year old mums, we all seem to get along quite well

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    at 26 I was once asked what grade I was in!!!!!!!!! I was so horrified. it was one of those wtf moments. I replied that I am in year 3. and yes the lady who asked had the gall to look surprised. lol.

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    I've Never had any judgement on me I'm 21yo nearly 20 weeks pregnant most people say to me and my partner say that's good get it out I the way now lol


 

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