Merry Meowy Christmas cat tree sweater
8.0 oz., pre-shrunk 50/50 cotton/polyester
Reduced pilling and softer air-jet spun yarn
1×1 athletic rib knit collar, cuffs and waistband, with spandex
Double-needle stitched cuffs and waistband
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I had my son when I was 16. Worked the whole time, finished school, Merry Meowy Christmas cat tree sweater and I’m about to graduate from college. Have my child didn’t ruin my life it made me grow up and become more responsible. I see so many comments on here being negative when there is no point in that. I also see a lot of comments about Dad’s not being around. We have no control over their choice to be in their child’s life or not so don’t try and put that on us. Hats off to a young girl who’s working hard to raise a child. This girl could have done a number of other things but instead, chose to be responsible. I’m sure being a teenaged mother was not her plans in life she’s working at it. We have grown adults who run and hide from responsibility all the time.
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For god sake, she’s not ‘promoting’ teen pregnancy. She’s saying don’t judge or shun teens who happen to have babies young, because their lives aren’t over and they can still be capable of so much, with the right emotional support and a bit of guidance. Yes, we should continue to educate teens and keep reducing teen pregnancy, but don’t stomp all over this girl’s achievements because you don’t agree with her life choices. That’s fantastic that you’re enjoying the pleasures of being a mum. As long as you don’t live off the whole all your life and actually be a responsible adult and earn the money that pays for your stuff, good on you.
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I’m a teen mom. I am a child that had a child. But guess what? I’m damn proud I worked my whole pregnancy, even on my due date while in active labor and was unaware until that night. I and his father provide everything for him. We don’t ask for help. We don’t use government money. We work jobs to take care of our son. Age doesn’t tell whether you are a good mom/ father or not. I don’t think teen parents should be nagged like they are and always given negative comments cause if they were to abort the baby, people would still complain. I won’t say ya go out and have a baby kind of thing and promote it. But it’s not something to be ashamed and embarrassed about. I love my son with my whole heart, and I wouldn’t go back and change it for anything. And I don’t think we should be given negative comments about it. It’s our lives, not yours.