Hi all. I'm 17, live in Launceston Tasmania and have a 11 week old baby girl.
I'm new to this site but I am on another baby site.
Hoping to find other teen parents or other mums I can talk to without being judged just because my age.
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30-08-2013 16:51 #1Junior Member
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30-08-2013 17:08 #3Senior Member
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Hi Rose! I think there is whole section for young mums in same interest parents! Congratulations on your daughter
30-08-2013 17:27 #4
Welcome Rose Congrats on your baby girl
I'm an older mum, but my sister had her first (of 6 ) at 16 and is a wonderful mum
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30-08-2013 17:33 #5Junior Member
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Thank you, it means heaps to me knowing that there are people out there not looking down on teen parents.
30-08-2013 17:38 #6
Hi Rose! i'm also a teen mum of two boys ds1 22 months & ds2 4 months. I'll be 19 in October. Feel free to pm me.
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30-08-2013 17:45 #7
I was a young mum 19 and and old mum 41
Welcome and congratulations on the birth of your daughter !
30-08-2013 18:09 #8
Hello, I'm another former teen mum. My eldest is almost 9 now.
I found it really tough back when he was first born. All the judgement made me feel really inadequate.
I hope you have a better experience and make some helpful and supportive friends along the way.
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30-08-2013 19:30 #9
Congratulations on the birth of your daughter!
Like others have said there is a section on here for young parents if that is what you specifically want to look at.
Welcome to bubhub
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30-08-2013 19:36 #10
I was also a teen mum, had my son at 18 (he's 6 and a half now!). It can be difficult being a young parent at times, especially with some of the judgement that is received, but just ignore it and rise above it I'm sure you are doing a fantastic job!
Feel free to PM me if you ever want to chat, it's always nice to make a few new friends! All the best
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