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Hi everyone. I am not TTC, but would like to know everyone's opinion on why they wanted to TTC at a young age? I've seen many on here who are in their teens. Are you also in school? I'm not attacking anyone at all and would like to know everyone's thoughts on the matter.
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lol im 19 been ttc for about 4 months without being on any birthcontrol and have been with  my man since i was 17 weve been engaged for a little under a year was in school but had to drop out twice due to being sick now im better looking for a new job and school to get into also have my own place which is a three bedroom plently space for a baby have been indecive in the past but now i know im completely ready for a boy or a girl twins or one child just would be sikked to have a baby before my 20th birthday i know im super young but i feel compelled to be a mom. its ridiculous but i feel as if im meant to nature since childhood.
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I am 18 and have been TTC since my partner and I were 16. I do not have anything against young people TTC as long as, they are not living at with their parents, have a stable environment (a suitable house, stable income and not living pay packet to pay packet) and both people in the relationship are willing to take on the challenge and are both mentally and phycially prepared. I always believe that if a young couple have decided to begin TTC, they should look after a new born for at least a week (stay at a friends or family member with a baby), so that they can get a real taste of what it is like. If after that week of getting up 8 times a night, changing nappies and all the rest of it, they still want a child, then they should go for it.
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