23 is just another age, and if an individual is ready to have a child at 23 then that is as it should be. However, having a baby is a difficult process only followed by more responsibility and selfless investment of time, money, and energy. To have a child one must consider what they are willing to give up to nurture and care for a child incapable of caring for itself. Anything worth doing is worth doing well.
If you are talking purely in physical terms 23 is the perfect age to have a baby as a woman is near her physical peak around then. Talking in emotional and practical terms is very dependent on the woman as the previous answer said.
If you feel that you are mature enough and responsible enough to have a baby in a good family, then no, it is not too young. If you feel that you financially can handle a child, and be able to pass on your friends offer of clubbing or drinking regularly because you have someone to take care of that needs you. If you feel that you are ready then it is not too young. You just have to be able to fully put yourself second and your needs second and your baby's first.
I am 23 and 20 weeks pregnant with our first baby and have not had any negative vibes from anyone. Physically it is the perfect time to start having children. If you are emotionally stable and mature enough to take care of yourself and a family, and feel that you are ready to have a child there are no issues. Just be sure to consider all aspects as mentioned above, you really do need to put yourself second to the needs of the baby as he or she will be completely dependent on you and hopefully his or her father.
You can have a baby anytime after 18, because your body is done developing by then. But you want to make sure you have a stable home, income, and enviroment to provide the baby with. And make sure its something you really want to do because after you have them, you really cant change your mind. lol.
Its all up to you . If you think that you are mature and that your'e ready to take a big responsibilitie .
NO NICKI's Baby DID NOT DIE IN A FIRE , She Was Too Young To Give Birth So She Aborted The Baby . She Apologies In A Song Called " AUTOBIOGRAPHY " . . . Quote : Please Baby , Mommy Was Young , Mommy Was Too Busy Tryna Have Fun " She Is Upset By The Fact She Sent The Baby Back . You Can Hear The Sincerer Apology In Her Voice . The Song Is REALLY Good .
NO! I was 14 when I had my baby, theres was nothing wrong with her. I did have problems though when I was delievering her. But, all my friends were young too when they had their kids, & nothing was wrong with them, came out perfectly healthy. unless, you are smoking, drinking doing drugs. etc. then your baby will come out too small. but other than that, doesnt matter weather if your old or young, your baby should come out fine :)
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