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Thursday, June 19, 2008

High School Pregnancy Pact

I was getting ready to sit down and right a nice post; something just sweet and cute for mommies Well, I was, until I saw this headline....

No, joke! That is for real! I couldn't believe the headline when I saw it, so of course, I clicked on the title to read the full story. I was hoping to be reassured that it couldn't be what it looked like, but unfortunately it was everything that it seemed.
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A group of girls at a high school in Massachusetts all made a pact to get pregnant and raise their little babies together. As of now, they know that there are at least 17 young girls that successfully got pregnant, many of them 16 years old or younger.
WHAT THE CRAP!? Apparently these high school Twinkies think raising babies is all strolling through the park and dress up... maybe they should read my freak out post from yesterday.
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But unfortunately these girls hold stupidity to a new level, because.... since they were looking to get pregnant not all of them had boyfriends or a guy in the school that were so willing to jump into parenthood... SOOOOOO... some of them ran off and found 20-something year old guys or even in some situations, HOMELESS MEN, to knock them up!
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The whole story to me is sad and sickening with these girls doing something stupid and taking a huge gamble with the future lives of these babies, but one of the most infuriating issues with this situation is that the article then proceeds to talk about the Principal not returning calls, the school wasn't handing out condoms, and that the school hasn't decided what they will do with the students.
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When did birth control and sex become a school issue! What happened to their parents? Where are the adults in these girls lives? Why it is a Principal's job to keep 2,000 students from making bad personal choices? Is anybody else out there wondering why the media, parents, and officials are putting the fault and blame on the schools?
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I know and understand that parents can't always be with the children and that if kids want to get into trouble they can, but to have 17 girls choose and want to get pregnant and to think that is a GOOD idea, is just mind blowing. Why are the girls even having sex.... there is something sad in thinking these girls are more practised in the bed than behind the wheel of a car.
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I don't want to prejudge... I am sure that maybe some of these girls could be going through a hard time and are lashing out. I don't know these girls and I don't know why they are choosing this for themselves and their babies. I don't know if they have lost a family member or their parents are in the middle of a divorce or they even see stars like Jamie-Lynn Spears making pregnancy look fun and hip. But I still wonder how soooo many of those girls could make such a sad choice for themselves and such a selfish one.

So my questions is, are you as infuriated as I am? Do you feel like it is the school's fault and if it is the schools fault, do you think they should have more control/disciplinary action over the students behavior? If it is the parents fault, do you think they are not teaching their kids right? Do you feel parents do not spend enough time talking with their children or leading by example?

Well, whoever is to blame, the parents not paying enough attention, children being too spoiled these days, or schools talking too much about sex, I simply hope that these girls' parents try to help their daughters make the right choice for these babies. I am biased for adoption because my husband is adopted. His birth mother and father were high school sweethearts that got pregnant in school; they were even great students, track runners, and in love, but they still gave Curtis up. I have talked with Curtis several times about this and asked him if he ever felt abandoned or "given up" and his answered surprised me. He informed me that he is thankful every day that his birth mom and dad gave him up, that they cared enough about him to do that for him. He said he has never felt abandonment, nothing but love, both from his birth parents and from his adoptive parents. So what ever is best for these babies, to be raised by the birth mom or to be given to a couple longing for a child... I hope that everything will work out.

71 comments:

  1. i have one word for these girls. disgraceful.

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  2. It is a horribly sad, awful situation that only seems to be getting worse. I definitely think the school as very LITTLE to do with this issue. This is absolutely a parental issue. I absolutely, 100%, do not want the school raising my kids. That is MY job.

    Now why is this happening? I would guess that the parents aren't involved in these kids lives. I plan on being very involved with my kids, especially as they get older. Teens are truly still so dumb! They "think" they know it all, and they know so little. I even read that, as a teenager, your brain isn't even fully developed yet! So there is a very real physical reason for their immaturity.

    As the mom of a special needs daughter, I often think how in the HELL can a teen raise such a child if I, at 41, still struggle and am forced to make very hard decisions. They can't and they shouldn't.

    Sorry so long!! But thanks for sharing that article. So sad.

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  3. Are you freaking kidding me? They slept with homeless men to get pregnant? WTF? I'm trying to imagine what was running through those girls heads as they were trying to accomplish this crazy goal. This will leave me speechless today. Oy.

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  4. Really unimaginable. It sounds like something from a bad teen novel.

    The school should definitely not be receiving the blame for this either. Parents, Parents, Parents!

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  5. Scary! Those girls have no idea what being a Mom is like. I agree with you. Adoption would be such a great choice. I know several families that would love to adopt those children and would be wonderful homes.

    It is totally the parents fault. Those girls had low-self esteem and felt unloved. Ir is a parents job not the schools to see that their children are taught right from wrong and are loved.

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  6. I saw this article, too! It is such a mess!

    The parents and especially the girls (who are able to choose for themselves no matter what the parents teach them) are responsible! There are too many people blaming the schools for things the kids do. There is no way a principal with 2000 or even a teacher with 30 (x5) kids can really do to keep things like this from happening. My husband teaches public school and he has had kids ask him questions and need help, but there is only so much that he is able to do. They need parents who make them take responsiblity for their choices.

    The sad thing is, we all make choices that will affect the rest of our lives when we are teens and we don't have the logical part of our brains fully functioning to help us! That's a big part of why kids need parents to be there and willing to help ALL the time!

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  7. I read that article this morning too. The whole situation is so appalling. The fact that these girls think that having a baby means someone will love them "unconditionally" without thinking about all the work involved. That actually happens here frequently. Girls from abusive situations getting pregnant deliberately so someone will love them.
    I hope the parents wake up and convince the girls to give the babies up for adoption. If they really want to do something that shows love, that would be it.
    A friend of mine got pregnant in high school and I remember at the time being appalled that she had thrown away all her opportunities. She struggled for years and years.

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  8. Wow. That pretty much leaves me speechless. All I can say is how stupid of these girls to do this.

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  9. Wow, a pact? I have no words.

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  10. That is incredible! I hadn't heard about this and I can't even imagine it. I think all the factors you mention are partly to blame for this, but for the most part I blame the parents. It seems that so many parents don't take responsibility for their kids and just let them out doing what ever they want, especially when they are that age. Parents need to remain close to their teens and let them know that they have standards to live up to. Of course I can't make a blanket statement for that whole group, but that does seem to be an attitude I see far to often.

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  11. It is sickening, and horrible, and sad. Those poor, poor babies.
    It doesn't sound to me that these girls are doing this to lash out or because they are troubled. It sounds like they were bored and were acting like idiots. And HELL NO it isn't the school's fault. I'm so glad you said it. Handing out condoms wouldn't have helped. They WANTED to get pregnant. What do you do against that? It is insane! I can't stand it!

    I am a BIG advocate for adoption. I think it is the most selfless gift. So many wonderful people are praying for a baby everyday.

    I just pray these babies get what they need.

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  12. my final project for school is about this. There have been studies done for both sides of the "school" issue. Some say that if schools provide condoms and sex ed classes that it will prevent girls from getting pregnant..others disagree. I don't think it would have made a whole heck of a lot of difference for these 17 girls. They made a pact to GET pregnant. Even if the school was passing out condoms, the girls wouldn't have used them. Heck...they were looking for homeless men to get the job done. Where were the parents when these girls were out perusing the streets trying to get knocked up? It makes me so sad, and yet angry at the same time.
    Honestly, I think if a kid is in need of a condom, he should be old enough to hold a job to buy them himeself. The school shouldn't be passing them out. Not what my tax dollars should be paying for.
    I'm with you on the adoption thing. That would be the best thing they could do for these babies...and for themselves.

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  13. I think this is so sad and I do blame the parents but also the community. I think we all need to work together to protect our children.
    I haven't followed the whole Jamie Lynn Spears thing but I haven't seen her trying to make it look cool. The last media event I saw on her was her moving home and studying for her GED. That sort of showed me that she was trying to get her life in order before the baby comes along?

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  14. I just don't get it. I have absolutely no desire to be pregnant, and I'm happily married and in my 20's. Why would you ever want to have a kid while still in high school? I mean purposely go seek out being pregnant. I just can't fathom that idea.

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  15. I saw this on the news last night and my jaw was on the floor. I totally agree with everyone else - these girls wouldn't have used birth control if it was given to them. In this news story, they reported that the girls wanted to have babies at the same time so they could raise their kids together. The superintendent of the school said these girls were getting pregnant to achieve a status: motherhood. Whatever happened to the normal high school things that you do with friends - dances, extracurricular activities, maybe planning for a senior trip? When these girls give birth and begin the life-long commitment of raising a child, maybe the scope of what they've gotten themselves into will start to sink in. And Curtis sounds like the luckiest guy in the world to have birth parents who were so unselfish to give him up and his adoptive parents who loved him so unconditionally.

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  16. this infuriated me! i had my first child at 19, so i was young-er, i was TERRIFIED of being a mom. that this little life depended on ME. they obviously have no idea what they are getting into. it is a shame and very unfortunate for these babies. i have an adopted sister-and am a very strong advocate for adoption. i hope that these girls look into this option for these babies...

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  17. I totally think its the parents fault. I was talking to my teenage cousin the other day and she was telling me that I would be surprised at how many young girls had already had sex. I told her that just because a lot of them had that didn't make it right. Plus I ask her if her mom would have been more involved with her if she would have waited to have sex and she said yes. It just makes me sad to think that parents don't know what's going on with their kids and that kids think its ok to have sex when they are so young.

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  18. wow, I cant believe this story. I just read your post,now I am going to jump over and read the article. I hope they all give them up for adoption, what a wonderful blessing to have so many babies flood the adoption market but I am sure they probably wont unles someone steps in and educates them on how HARD it is to take care of babies on your own. WOW again. thanks

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  19. Maybe some of the parents are good, and the girls just made a bad choice, but I think it mainly falls on the parents AND the girls themselves. Even at 17 they should think a little more.

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  20. I also saw this on the news this morning. It makes me sick to my stomach. These girls are making pregnancy into a game of some sort. They have no idea the ramifications it will have on their life.
    I certainly hope I raise my daughter to have more sense than to purposely get pregnant as a "pact". Ridiculous and just sad overall.

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  21. I think this is about teenagers not feeling loved. they might BE loved but perhaps they are trying to feel loved. Loving a baby can feel like a substitute. NO I don't think it's the school's responsibility. It's the parents. Are these girls spending any time with their parents? Is anybody home after school? Do their parents talk to them? Do they care? It's just a very sad statement about the times we live in. Who is parenting these teens? Anybody? Feeding and sheltering them is not parenting. We do that much for our dogs.

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  22. Sadly, some parents rely on the school to educate their children about everything. I want to be the one in charge of my children's sexual education. I respect the school for not passing out birth control. I think the parents need to know and I don't want my children getting it without my knowledge so I can speak to them. I hope they will not have sex in high school, but if they do, I hope they will understand the severity of it.

    I love what you said about adoption. I hate that it has gotten a bad rap because of the 50s. I hate that people think you are a horrible person for putting your child up for adoption. What greater love can a person show their child than to accept they cannot raise it and find loving parents who can. I have 3 nephews who are adopted. When adoption becomes an evil, many turn to the alternative (abortion) which, to me, is much much worse.

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  23. For all 17 girls, I can't say whose fault it is, since I don't know these people. Sometimes kids make really bad decisions regardless of their upbringing. That's not to say there could be some negligent parenting here in some or many of the cases.

    My biggest concern here is not for the teenage girls or their parents, although I am very sad for them. I WORRY ABOUT THESE BABIES! If not given up for adoption, they have very little chance of a "normal," grounded life and then the cycle continues...

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  24. This is so sad. All I can think about is the 17 little ones that are going to be brought into this. What are these "moms" going to tell these kids when their older? I am sick of people blaming the schools as well. All I hear is the schools should pass out BC and condoms, they should have more in depth sex ed,and day cares in High schools. The reason being because parents don't talk to their kids,so the school has to step in to parent. It is not the schools responsibility, it is the parents. I think if more people realized this we may just see an improvement.

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  25. This is FLAT OUT AWFUL!!! I'm appalled!

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  26. I didn't ready everyone else's posts, but a major thing I realized was once I had kids, my friends changed, too. i didn't have as much in common with my "before" friends. I gravitated more to people who were experienced or the young mothers who shared my views on discipline, etc. 17 girls in HIGH SCHOOL don't realize how much their lives are going to change, how much they will grow apart and how much they're putting on themselves.

    And parents who don't admit this is their fault are lazy and irresponsible themselves. I take total blame for anything my kids do or will do that's fundamentally wrong. It means I went wrong somewhere. Hopefully, some of these parents will step up to the plate and be REAL parents to these babies having babies.

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  27. I read about this too. It made me mad that the world has come to this. What would go through these girls heads. CRAZY!!! ok, I'm not going to rant and rave about this. My hubby already got that earfull this morning. You can find the pan online or at targer. =o) I wish I could get it. I have two boys, I would just get a lot of questions on why I needed it. But I oh so want it.

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  28. This is going to sound horrible, but my first thought when I heard about this was, "Well, I bet they've realized how stupid they were!"

    Pregnancy's not easy. It ruins your body. You feel like crud. Labor hurts. And when that's all over, you don't get much sleep, if any. (assuming they keep the babies)

    I'm with you -- this isn't a school issue. But it's not entirely a parental one, either. As a teenager, did YOU want your parents around and involved?

    I'm not letting the parents off the hook on this one. But it's not ENTIRELY their failure, either.

    Like Hillary or hate her, she was right when she said it takes a village to raise a productive child. Family, school, community -- it all factors in. What do these girls have to do after school? Are they high achievers? Do they dream? Who are their role models, and why?

    All of that factors in here.

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  29. I can't imagine purposely getting pregnant at such a young age. And to make a pact with other young girls...

    I definately do not believe it's the principal's/school's responsibility either; I agree with you wholeheartedly there. I can only hope that my daughter makes wiser choices for herself when she reaches her teenage years... It will definately be something we talk about as she gets older!

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  30. I did read about it...and I was shocked and appalled and had many of the same questions you had. How on earth was this even possible?How could it go this far? Where were the adults? It boggles the mind.

    As far as Curtis is concerned, I love the answer he gave you and his attitude towards both his bio parents and his adoptive parents.

    Heidi

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  31. I saw that this morning too and couldn't believe my eyes. I would never have even dreamed of something like that in high school. I just don't get it.

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  32. anglophilefootballfanatic.comJune 20, 2008 at 12:40 PM

    I was disgusted when I read about this. It's wrong to blame the school for parents not parenting their children. I was a teacher. I saw my 13 yo girls turning up pregnant. And, all I could think was how I hoped they gave their kids to adults in stable relationships who desperately wanted a baby to raise. I hope this children who made this disturbing pact, do the most mature and responsible thing from their irresponsibility and give their children up for adoption.

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  33. Interesting that you happened to post this today because another friend of mine went on a rant about the same thing. The parents are of course to blame. While schools should supplement a little bit for the kids who aren't lucky enough to have competent parents, it is certainly mostly their responsibility.

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  34. Not even sure what to say. I feel so bad for those babies :(

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  35. ♡ Oh my gosh!!! I'm shocked... I guess it doesn't surpise me that the girls made the pact but that they were going around finding anyone that would knock them up! Do they not think of the diseases they could get? WOW!!! The school has NOTHING to do with it I also wonder where the parents are and what's going on in their personal lives! Very scary... There are so many women out there that have issues getting pregant it makes me sad that these young girls can get preganant so easily! WOW...

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  37. Homeless Men?!!! I lost it when I read that. Can we say all together...."YUCK!!"

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  38. Wow! Great post. You really caught me attention with this one because I am a teacher. You wouldn't believe the amount of pressure teachers are under these days for the behavior of students like the ones you talked about.

    I agree that not all children come from great family but... parents do need to take responsibilty!!!

    This might sound stupid but when I was in college I always thought that having children should be like buying a house.... people should have to be approved before bringing and innocent, helpless little being into the world.

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  39. I heard about this too. It's so amazingly selfish of them not to think this through and just go with the crowd.

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  40. I'm totally stunned. I hadn't heard that and I truly can't believe it. How horrible. What will become of these poor babies? What kind of life will they have? Today's society is becoming too scary - I would say blame the parents but often parents (and teachers) are really doing their best . . . but with computers, texting, chat rooms, myspace, etc. it is very easy for teens to be doing a lot of "shenanigans" (to steal from Juno) that their parents don't know about :-(

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  41. I about died when I heard this story the other day. I cannot believe they would make a pact to get pregnant, and one of them slept with some homeless guy. I have to say I think there has to be some sort of parental blame here. I really feel sorry for these babies, since there is a hell of a lot more to being a Mom than having someone that will love them unconditionally.

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  42. I saw that on my email header and really didn't want to click over, but did. Eeesh.

    No, it's not the school's fault. They may spend a lot of time there, but these girls are old enough to know better. To deliberately put yourself in that position? Well. It just breaks my heart. Hopefully, the babies born from it will be raised with love and care...

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  43. that is pathetically sad...

    but I teach first grade, and since there is only 1 kid in the class that actually lives with a set of parents... I'm not surprised.

    so much for buying into the lie that "what people do in the privacy of their own homes is their own business"... it's not.

    These people that are having kids without investing in them, or considering what it takes... it's scary to think where they'll end up. I see it more and more in these poor kids that were never even given a chance.

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  44. I also read this yesterday and was horrified! I didn't believe it until I read the full story. I can't even say anymore about it...I am just sick about the whole thing. NUTS I TELL YOU!

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  45. Wow - don't think I could have imagined a worse story to hear about. That makes me so sad to think of those girls' self-esteem and self-worth to believe that is an ok and fun thing to do. Just makes me nervous about wondering what world my little girl will live in when she is a teenager.

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  46. It is amazing how teens are more immature and stupid each and every coming year. Everyday for that matter! Seriously! Why has society and the way children are raised and turn out changed so drastically. We go from pregnancy in teens being taboo to girls making a pact. I just don't get it. I know why it happens but what has made teens so rude, crude, idiotic, immature...and why don't they care about their own actions? Hmmm.

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  47. Wow, that makes me sick. How sad.

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  48. WHAAA?????

    These are babies about to have babies. I can just see the text messages flying around about being Bff's with BB's now. Oh this is tragic beyond tragic and blaming anything beyond the homefront is even more tragic. It is like Columbine blaming the school (I lived in Littleton at the time) instead of the homefront.

    My kids are both adopted by us, too.

    This makes my skin crawl and my blood boil.

    KEEP BELIEVING

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  49. This makes me just so sad and angry! Especially after what I have gone through with infertility and to know that these girls are going to keep their babies AHHHHHHH!

    Parents are responsible. No question. And shame on the media for flaunting Jamie Spears pregnancy like it is the cool thing to do. Honestly...

    Thank you for mentioning your husband and his experience with being adopted. I can't wait for my baby to find me!

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  50. Crystal Westerhausen, AZJune 21, 2008 at 10:27 AM

    I too saw this on when I was reading cnn.com. I was absolutely floored and then on my drive home NPR was doing a segment on this story. I couldn't believe what I was hearing, girls who were who do a high five with their friend and then as if that wasn't enought the girls whose test came back negative these girls were upset almost to the point of devestation. I am still completely tramutized by the whole thing and just can't imagine what these parents are feeling. BTW I have been reading your blog for a couple of months, I found you on Kristen's (Loving Our Simple Life) blog.

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  51. Holy cow! I found your blog through POW and I have visited a few times but haven't ever commeneted (I don't think, heck maybe I have) anyway, as a former teacher this almost brought me to tears! Maybe they needed to come to my house for a day or two. That would have changed their mind!

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  52. They will soon see.

    They will soon know what we already know....

    Motherhood is the toughest job you will ever have.

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  53. That just breaks my heart... I don't even know what to say. How very sad to have the only thing you do with your friends is get pregnant together.... And to blame the school is just horrible... I was just talking about teenage pregnancy with a friend at work, and though we disagreed on this one I totaly think that parents have ALOT to do with what these kids are doing in their free time. I am with a few of the others, I am going to be sooo involved in my daughters lives that if I ever got the lightest wiff that they were even thinking of doing something like this they would be sorry! (Just kidding!!) But in all seriousness, I will be involved in their lives and pray daily that they know they have someone who loves them unconditionally and they don't have to do something like that to get unconditional love.

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  54. This is ridiculous - its no accident! I live in MA, and I am sure we will all be paying for these girls and their children for the next 18 years - sad!!! They haven't got a clue what it takes to be a mother.

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  55. It really is pathetic. I mean - some poor decisions can be written off as "youthful bad decision," but this is not one of those things. I mean - no reasonable teenager would think this was a good idea. Something is seriously wrong with those girls. And their parents. And the school. All of the above are to blame.

    My parents NEVER gave me "the talk" about sex. I learned everything I learned from school and peers. And I won't be doing that with my own children.

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  56. This article made me SICK. THey're in for a huuuuuge wake-up call.

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  57. What a sad sad state of affairs. I hadn't heard about this until I read your post, and I am appalled. These girls have no idea what they're getting into...motherhood is challenging enough when you're married, stable, and mature. I can't imagine becoming a mom at 17. I also think that for people to blame the school is asinine. I think we can look to the parents and to THE GIRLS THEMSELVES when placing blame. I hope someone can convince these girls that the most loving decision for their babies is to place them for adoption.
    So very sad...

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  58. What is sad, is that those girls aren't even 17, the article said they were 14-16 mostly

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  59. Where were the parents?

    What were these girls thinking?

    The poor, innocent, babies being born into this mess.

    Disturbing situation indeed.

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  60. Oh, my. I hadn't read this. It's quite sad.

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  61. I am saddened for these girls who think the way for attention is to have a baby. I am saddened for these unborn children for having such selfish mothers. Maybe not selfish..maybe niave. They have no idea what they are getting themselves into... on their own. It is hard enough to have children as married couples, but to be a single parent... very sad. and where are there parents in all this?
    On another note. Your husband has a wonderful positive attitude!!

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  62. It is scary the way kids think nowadays. I was in high school about 9 years ago and to be pregnant was a DEATH sentence. Why is it so cool now?

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  63. This makes me physically sick! Why not make a pact for something good like growing their hair out to give to Locks of Love or something that makes the world a better place and just as importantly, makes them better people? I have to agree with Irene-I want to raise my kids, not have the school do it. And quite frankly, I don't know how I'm going to react when the school is handing out condoms to my sweet baby boy. Those poor, poor, girls are so confused and lost-I'll pray for them and their families.

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  64. How sad! And how insane! Motherhood can be such a blessing. I don't think a teenager can realize that yet.

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  65. Kudos on a great post. I was sick to my stomach when I first saw this on the news.

    The girls are all in for a rude awakening when they realize that babies suck. I mean, they're great, I love my kids to death, but really. Will they honestly think it's "cool" to bring a five month old to the local high school basketball game? Or the prom? NO. Babies are work and they're hard and they're gonna be hating life. It's too bad no one planted that in their little heads BEFORE getting preggers, you know? I REALLY hope those babies turn out okay...

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  66. That just makes me so sad. Motherhood should be the most incredible time in a young woman's life and they have just robbed themselves of it by not being mature enough to be ready for it.
    Sex is shoved down our kids throat from every aspect of their lives which also is so sad that they are loosing their innocence at such an early age and they probably will never grasp completely what they have lost.
    The whole situation is so sad. We need to love our kids but way more important than that we need to lead them to Christ so they know their self worth, experience unconditional love and know who to turn to when making life changing decisions.
    This isn't only about babies raising babies it is lost souls raising lost souls.

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