I would love to wait to become a mom

Dear Reader,

All I have to say is that I would love to wait to become a mother. I would love to be a mother when I am at least 24. It is not that I don’t like kids; it’s that I would love to be prepared to be a mother, and also to have finished with my education. Also to be able to give my child what he/she needs, and have a stable home and a stable family. One of the main reasons that I would love to wait are those. Also because I love my independence at this point of my life. I would just love to enjoy as much now in a good and safe way.

Sincerely, Brenda

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One Response to I would love to wait to become a mom

  1. Kayla Rutledge Martinez says:

    Hello to everyone reading this! My name is Mrs. Kayla Martinez and I will be guest speaking Terry’s class. That being said I was a teenage mother at the age of 14. I went to stanton as a freshman, and then I lost custody of my daughter to CPS when she was 8 months old. As a young mom I made mistakes, and like most of our young moms out here got into drugs, not until I was 17 did I finally start putting my life back together. I regained custody of my baby girl a month before she turned three. Although it took me years to put my life back together, I did it. And you young ladies out there reading this, you can too. I know that the road looks hard but what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. I am now 21 years old with 2 children of my own and 3 step children I speak at the high schools whenever I can, I’m going to the university of phoenix majoring in psychology. I am doing what I love, helping the girls like me, the victims of rape, abuse, poor parenting, and most of all the human mistake of being young and dumb. We all make mistakes its what you learn from them that make you stronger and as a woman of the modern world, I refuse to be less than what I want to be. Consider life to be a world class boxing match; I will be a champion, will you?

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