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leilani1 leilani1 9 years
LOL yeah you really look like a multi millionaire with townhomes in the background.
darlene darlene 9 years
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
lol, i think you answered your own question! my god, since when is having a ged looked at as being educated? education is not just about earing money, but since you brought it up she does not earn more than i do.
leilani1 leilani1 9 years
Lickety Split He graduated from HS and she received her GED. How do you get they are uneducated? Because they haven't been to college? Jaime Lynn has already made more than 10 college graduates. People call them dumb, but in fact they started out with less and made more than any of you posting today..WAYYY MORE.
sundaygreen sundaygreen 9 years
Why not Madeline then she can have a grown up name when she's actually a grown up? Or do you think this one will also be licking Cheetos dust from her hooves and riding around in her kids toy cars when she's in her mid-20s, mmm? Well then of course Maddie is perfect for her.
mod16 mod16 9 years
god. "welcome to a new spears girl..." i hope she is nothing like either of them. since she is a "new spears girl," i hope she can bring hope to the spears family to prove that they are all not whores.
lulita lulita 9 years
crazyana crazyana 9 years
an other idiot spears is born! LORD HAVE MERCY!
joannn joannn 9 years
Congratulations Jamie Lynn! Enjoy your little girl. Heck the naysayers, you'll do just fine
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
another teen mother, hopefully she has the support she needs to allow the baby the things it will need. what a sad day for all involved; unplanned baby, uneducated-underage parents, unstable family :(
leilani1 leilani1 9 years
Huge mistake???? I doubt that at all. It's a sweet precious little baby and while the baby may have been unplanned and unexpected, a new little life is NEVER a mistake.
ayuninur ayuninur 9 years
Well, I guess it's good that she and the baby are healthy. But I'm not sure congratulations are in order.. she's 17 and clearly made a huge mistake. I hope they're prepared. Glad everyone's healthy though.
renascencern renascencern 9 years
As much congrats as you can wish a 17-year-old mom, I guess. After all the controversy surrounding the pregnancy, I'm glad she chose a cute normal name for her baby. Don't give them any more material for fodder, JL.
leilani1 leilani1 9 years
NO NO NO " I " said GOOD FOR YOU!!! I would have liked to be able to say I waited until I was 18. I was 16 and thought it was love. Maybe 2 yrs later I would have been smarter and saw thru his crap. When I said Good for you, I meant it :)
Mali01 Mali01 9 years
I just have to say that I love this site and this forum and the users because we've managed to have a thoughtful, meaningful conversation about important issues. It's so rare in the blog world, as you pointed out Faery. And by the way Leilani - I didn't mean to sound like I was really good for waiting until I was 18. To be honest, the guy was a douche (looking back) and I probably should have waited even longer! Or at least picked a better guy.
leilani1 leilani1 9 years
The banjo remarks were stupid to begin with. It was directed at Southerners in general. I've lived all over the country and believe me, there are stupid/backward people in every single state, from California (Meth capital) to New York. Every state has it's good and bad. To make fun of someone who just had a baby in a derogatory way really says something about the person who's making the comment is from.
KatieLake KatieLake 9 years
I just have to say the banjo remarks are targeted at the wrong area. That's West Virginia, not Mississippi.
leilani1 leilani1 9 years
Those girls in that article must have a mental issue going on. What girl would do what they did a teenager or adult? A homeless guy? Really, so none of these girls had a boyfriend who could provide them with a baby? I have a teenage daughter and my daughter and her friends are very picky with the people they associate with must less (I would assume)get pregnant by, so I'm really thinking these girls are on the low end of the intelligence pole if not genuinely mentally challenged. These are NOT the average teenage girls, these are girls who have no direction or goals in life, and obviously no clue to what life is about. Good for you for waiting until you were 18. Most in my click (in the 80's) the magic age was 16. A friend of mine had a baby at 17 and then had another one at 19. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 20 and had to have a complete hysterectomy. She's 39 now and has told me so many times she's thankful for having her 2 kids when she did, or she would have never known what it was like to be a mother. There are special circumstances to every subject. My mother had her first child at 16 and he's a self made millionaire now. (My brother owns several businesses). My mother sits on a national board for computer programmers and was appointed that position by Bill Clinton when he was in office, just letting you know that because my mother has become very successful and she didn't let having a baby at such a young age stop her. Just because you have a baby when you are a teen, it's not a death sentence. Take what happens and try to make the best of it. (preferably before it happens). Becoming a mother made me a better person (I was 22), but I would not have wanted to start at 16 that's for sure, but if it had, I would have had to deal with it and learned from it. Just because you wait to have children will not guarantee you to be a good mother, look at Andrea Yates and all the other older mothers who freaked out and killed their kids because they couldn't handle the stress. It's not really about an age, it's about you as a person. I think Jaimie Lynn will do just fine.
faerymagick15 faerymagick15 9 years
Thx Mali, I appreciate your points too and it is nice that people can have a real and intelligent conversation about something like this without attacking. I was reading on another blog and it was awful and hateful. Saying things like teen moms have kids who grow up to be teen moms and how Maddie will grow up to be another "Spears slut". It sickens me how people talk about this family. As if they have no feelings. They are human and everyone makes mistakes. I have a 19 yr old daughter and I am proud to say she is NOT pregnant and is going to college, working, and wants to get married BEFORE having children. BUT...if she were to get pregnant, even a year or two ago I would have been shocked and upset...but NEVER would I have considered her child a mistake. Just as she was not a mistake for me. Lots of people don't think that way though. I think every decision we make affects our lives and makes us the people we turn out to be. As parents, we have to be willing to talk til we can't talk anymore and when the worst happens sometmes...we have to be willing to be there for our kids...good or bad. I believe the girls in that article probably don't have parents who are there for them. That is why they seek the love they getting pregnant and having a baby they think it will bring them the love they so desperately want and need. Its just a shame they feel they need to go about it in that way.
Mali01 Mali01 9 years
Hi Faery - I liked your comments, and I agree with your points. I also appreciate your candor about your circumstances in pregnancy. I do think Jamie Lynn serves as a good example to young people who want to keep their babies instead of abortion or adoption. After all, our country is about pro-choice. And teen pregnancy is not necessarily a bad thing - my friend had her first child at 19. It's not about moral condemnation. I'm simply suggesting that our young women deserve to see the reality of the challenges young, single mothers face. And 19 is much much different than 16. To begin with, it's legal to have sex at 18, and most people have graduated from high school.
Woop Woop 9 years
They should make watching Nanny 911 and Supernanny as part of sex education. Seeing bratty *ss kids can be effective birth control. :cocktail:
acyl acyl 9 years
All I know is I LOVES LOVES LOVES my birth control!!!
Briandiesel Briandiesel 9 years
hahaha ginger
Mali01 Mali01 9 years
The article I referred to earlier is available at,8599,1815845,00.html And, with all due respect Leilani, I was 18 the first time I had sex. And, no, I wasn't unattractive. I just had parents who were open to discussing the subject, and they told me that the reason the law says that sex with minors is statutory rape is because young people are usually not emotionally mature enough to handle the consequences of sex. Actually, I know a LOT of adults who are still not emotionally mature enough. I agree, abstinence is not realistic for some - ironically, the most emotionally immature people will probably be having sex the earliest because they equate it with love, being grown up, being attractive, etc. The article above talks about how teens are PURPOSELY getting pregnant - one father is a homeless 24 year old man. I think we owe it to young women to be realistic about the consequences of teenage sex, pregnancy, and single motherhood.
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