‘16 & Pregnant’ Preview: Jazmin’s Parents Lecture Her Boyfriend

Mon, June 2, 2014 4:15pm EST by 2 Comments
16 and Pregnant Jazmin Dell Lecture
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1964Nickel (@1964Nickel)

Posted at 5:55 AM on June 3, 2014  

This is a train wreck waiting to happen. Those two children haven’t the slightest idea how to raise a child. They think this is some kind of game, and you media make sure they continue to believe this by making it into a tv series. Teenage pregnancy isn’t glamorous, it’s sad. Babies having babies.

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Posted at 11:07 PM on June 2, 2014  

I just started watching this show again..usually you see the young dad’s never visting their kids but you have this guy Dell that is obviously putting forth effort, but jazmines mother is acting like a nut and making crazy structures for when he can and can’t see his kid..making a baby is an adult decision that effect s more than one person and I find it frustrating and immature that instead of talking to her mother and trying to work with the guy she’s playing the same game..she acted like he has not tried to see his kid how can he..eventually he’s going to stop trying and you’re going to wish that you had made the effort to make him a part when the holidays and birthday s come and you feel alone..and fyi he doesn’t have to have your permission to see his child he could just as easily go to court for joint custody or whatever and not need your consent.. so reguardless of how mean this sounds I’ve already been through it you have your own family separate from your parents and you need to make adult decisions to keep that family happy and together..it’s your child and his not your mother’s or fathers or his parents yours..and once things fall apart they are not always fixable..

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