Friday, June 20, 2008

When ignorance isn't bliss


7 comments:

stacy said...

wow, what more can i say??? that is so crazy!
i am really glad to hear back from you! what a small world that you know fernando. so i take it that you grew up here in utah? are you and fernando the same age? you should leave him a message...i bet hearing from you would shock him to death! hope all is going well with the prenancy. i loved being pregnant. i really miss it. i will for sure have to go and try the ribs...that is my fav food. every birthday i that is what i choose to have....in fact my bday is quickly approaching...july 9. me and hubby just might have to take a jaunt to lehi! take care hope to hear from you soon. i am getting your package ready, i am so excited!

stacy said...

oh yeah, any names for the baby?

Erin said...

I have really cute little girls...I'm pretty sure I'm going to be crushing birth contorl pills into their oatmeal...just to be safe.

I kid, but Kevin got a book that I think is called Strong Daughter, Strong Dad (or something like that)...so he's already reading up on how to handle this DRAMA.

Could you imagine if that happened at our highschool? That story literally makes my jaw drop. It's heartbreaking.

Melissa said...

It's crazy how 6 years ago when I was in hs, it was bad to be pregnant and people looked down on them but now it's cool to get pregnant! stuff like this drives me crazy. it's so sad that our kids will have to grow up with these kids who are being born to 15 year old moms.

j&krosser said...

My sis and I talked about this the other day. I told her it gave me hope that I could have the smartest kid in class (with all the moms who haven't even finished HS), but then she brought me down by saying that there won't be any scholarships though cause all the tax money would be going to the welfare cases.:( No, I really think that the situation is sad.

Kerry said...

I read an article about this ridiculousness this morning. It's so sad, and the whole glorification of pregnancy and how it's potentially impacting young girls is just absurd.

Audra Bollard said...

This is amazingly sad. These girls are going to have a rude awakening very soon as to the realities of parenthood. Someone needs to tell them that these unwed pregnant celebrities have access to nannies to raise their kids and personal trainers to lose to their baby weight. Makes me wonder what the fall-out will be for all these babies and teen mothers 15 years from now.

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