Teen Mom

By: McKenzie Bader


Pregnancy by a female, age 13 to 19, which is understood to occur in a girl who hasn’t completed her core education—secondary school—has few or no marketable skills, is financially dependent upon her parents and/or continues to live at home and is mentally immature


  • Adulthood and motherhood together is very expensive
  • There is a lot you have to give up (Example: friends)
  • It is hard to keep up with school or even finish it


  • You will likely have a stronger relationship with your child
  • You are more independent ready to do things on your own sooner
  • The mother will teach the child from her mistakes when they grow up
  • The child will have more respect for other people understanding what the parent went through


  • A great bond between the baby and the mother
  • There is great appreciation when they get older
  • The child is likely to grow up and do what there mom did


  • The parent having to go to work which makes the child have to go to a daycare
  • The parent needs to make enough money in order to pay for their child needs
  • The parent needs to take time to really spend with their child to make a bond

Typical look

You would mainly see only one person doing all the work in this family. Examples are there will only be on parent always at school events. They will have a great bond between there grandparents.
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Effects on another child down the road

  • They will be smarter on when the right time to have it
  • They will know what they need to provide it and how much energy it takes
  • They will know how to teach there child when they grow up to be teens


  • They can get food stamps if they cant provide food for the family
  • Second chance housing center its a group home for them to stay in