teen mom (Anonymous)

I thought i had the perfect teen life… but nothing prepared me for how much more perfect it became after having my baby girl Mariana at age 18. Lets just say i loved living life to the fullest…the partying.. the boys…clubbing etc. I was a cheerleader at my high school and an honor role student.Becoming pregnate devastaded me Im not going to lie. I was at work when i found out and i sware i could not come out of that bathroom door withought my eyes bursting out with teers. My biggest fear was telling my mom who was like my best friend. She always talked about how proud she was of me and about how well i had been brought up withought my father in the picture. Well.. after a couple more pregnancy test i decided to tell my mom. There was no way i was going to have any abortion … with all respect to everyones opinions i have always been very against them and i was not exception. So after all the drama with my mom and my family going to school now as an ex- head cheerleader was veryyyy hard indeed. I got the stares and the whispers from alot of the people who i thought where my friends. That was very hard but after all i graduated. I had made it! I was soo proud of myself and so was my family. By this time i had bonded with my baby and i was soo excited! A month after graduation on july 15 Mariana Rubi was born. My labor was farley peaceful and locking eyes with her for the very first time melted my heart. Since i had always had very good self esteem.. i was unsure of how i would feal about my body after having her. Quite honestly its not that bad. Its not like it was before, i do have some stretch marks but after seeing everyone’s pics i feal better. I kno i wont have my pre-preg. body back but i know i have to make the best of it. Im still at a lovley 113 lbs. My baby girl was all worth it, and now im focusing on going back to school.She is my modivation

7 thoughts on “teen mom (Anonymous)

  • Monday, October 22, 2007 at 4:37 am

    What a strong woman you are. I know you were forced to grow up fast, long before many of your friends. But hold your head up high, you have nothing to be ashamed of. You are so beautiful, and your little girl is just adorable…she has your eyes!

  • Monday, October 22, 2007 at 9:14 am

    I agree with the above post, keep your head up! You and your little girl are beautiful!!

  • Monday, October 22, 2007 at 9:45 am

    You set an example for them to remember. That life is more important than image or the present thrill. If I was your mother, I would be more proud of you for choosing to take care of your daughter. You are lovely mama, and strong.

  • Monday, October 22, 2007 at 12:00 pm

    You are going to be an amazing Mommy. Your post got me teared up, you seem to be so head over heals in love with your baby girl. Life only gets better with a little one to love. Congrats!!

  • Monday, October 22, 2007 at 10:08 pm

    Oh sweetie your little girl is just beautiful. Bless you for taking such good care of her. Do I see a breastfeeding pic in there? I’m always so impressed by teen moms who decide to breastfeed! I’m in awe!!! I truly am! You overcame the silliness of high school to become a strong mother. At 23 and a graduate of college, when I look back I’m convinced that high school was just cliques and silliness galore. May you continue to bless your daughter, teach her the things that truly matter in life. Not Vogue-worthy photoshopped bodies, not cliques, boyfriends, or being the head cheerleader, but God, family, and love. Bless you, honey!

  • Thursday, October 25, 2007 at 6:47 am

    Keep it up, life will only get better with little Mariana! And way to go on the breastfeeding – you are an incredibly mature young woman and mother.


  • Saturday, March 15, 2008 at 1:02 pm

    im a mother myslef and a student and a part-time worker. KEEP IT up.
    be strong.

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