I decided that since everybody had ridiculous answers...I would give you a straight answer that hopefully everybody would agree on without hostility.
The issue is not whether or not a 14 year old is capable of taking care of a baby. I know some mature 14 year olds who would make better mothers than some women who are in their 20s and 30s. However, raising a baby is a lot of hard work and requires time, energy, money and it would change your life drastically. The percentage of teen girls who have a baby and graduate from high school is very slim. So when thinking of having a baby, you would need to consider very seriously if you would be able to graduate high school and how much more difficult it would be with a baby than without.
Then you need to consider your social life. Having a baby would take up a lot of your time. Unless you would have a babysitter (and that could cost you money, unless you have a parent that would babysit for free) babysit for you. You wouldn't be able to go to parties, the movies, the mall or just hang out with friends nearly as often.
Your dating life could also change drastically. If the father of the baby stays with you, then you would be one of the few teen girls who's boyfriend stuck around once the baby was born. IF the father of the baby chooses to not stay with you, then you need to consider what your future dating life would be like. There are some good guys who would date you even though you had a child, but a lot of guys would choose not to date you because they don't want the responsilbilty of children just yet.
Another thing to consider is college and university. Do you know what you want your future career to be? Does it require college or university? If so, very few teen moms end up going to college/university because the money demands of a child is a lot and the time it takes to get a certificate or degree at university takes 2-4 years which is a lot when you have a child to raise.
I'm not saying you wouldn't be a great mom, but perhaps in making your decision, (which is a major decision at that) you need to consider every aspect of life and how much it will cost you in every way.
Everyone who is capable of loving the child, is able to provide for that child, will protect the child from abuse and neglect, and is willing to parent their children should have the right to have children. So: no, not everyone... but most
no the prosecutor shouldnt have the powerto used
yes! there shouldnt be a rule for that because teachers shouldnt be able to tell students what to do to there hair. for example if a student wants her hair to be a bright pink they could do it if they want too!
I think that they should be able to bring electronics to school, but not use them during school hours.
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I can, but not everyone is able to
Everyone is able...lol
What is the english word for not being able to breastfeed the child?
No you shouldnt because you will take a long tim just to plan it and you wont be able to cel rate your birthday party
Everyone should be able to take a personal day at work or school.
everyone but one
No, she has a band and wouldn't be able to take care of her child
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you might not be able to get the child to talk about their problem.
No. If you were able to then everyone would be able to win the prize car!
he should be able to simply take the child.
Everyone is required to attend school, if they are able, until they are sixteen years old.
A child should be able to jump by 2-3 years and hop on one foot between3-4
Unless the court determines that it would be contrary to the child's interests, the non-custodial parent should be able to see the child whether or not the NCP pays or is able to pay child support.
While everyone can, that is "is able to," subscribe to your YouTube account, I doubt that everyone will do so. For one thing, not everyone is interested in YouTube.
Anyone is capable to adopt, all they need to be able to do is take care of the child. If the facility does not think that the way you live meets the standards for a child, they will not be able to adopt.