Hun, I hope you weren't offended by it. I replied to the fact that I thought 16 year olds actively planning to have a baby was too young. Not those who have accidents or have them a bit older (I started TTC at 19 but didn't have Thomas until I was 22). I read much of the thread after that though so don't really know what happened.
I get that but even at 17 I was more mature than my 26 year old sister she was out doing naughty things with naughty people while I was in being a happy mummy type she's settled down now but, I gotta say age really has no bearing, in our family anyway!
I'm the same,from like 15 onwards i lived in my mums pocket going to her friends houses and that chattn with them over a coffee, i grew up alot faster than my friends. I love being a mummy and think we are doing a good job, some people lookat me dirty but then talkto me and their like oh your acctually rather mature. My BF is 40 and when we go to ther friends houses after they have talked to me she always says, how old do you think emma is they say to look at 18, to talk to 30!
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