i've noticed a few girls on this site that are around the same age as my younger sisters, and i have a question for you guys...
my little sisters are 11 and 14, we've always been pretty close and i've always been the middle ground for them even though i'm the oldest, making a bridge between tomboy and girl-girly, and taking them out so the 3 of us could hang. we were raised in a christian home and my mom has always been strong in her faith and morals- our mom was a teen mom too so she has been 100% supportive of my pregnancy since i told her. but premarital sex and young pregnancy wasn't something that we were ever taught to be okay- we weren't told it wasn't okay either, but mom never talked to us much about herself, so we let mainstream society take us along.
i was wondering though, how you younger girls (and other girls here too) viewed teen/young pregnancy before you became pregnant? were you just as accepting of it then as you are now? or was it like seeing swamp thing crawling towards you while shopping at the mall? and if you used to view it negatively: if you were back in that time, would you view your pregnant older sister as still the same person, or would she become the embarrassing swamp thing of your family?
i'm asking this because although my 11y/o sister seems okay with it and still loves hanging out with me, and now with my fiance too, she still seems confused about it- premarital sex and baby. my 14y/o sister shows interest in my baby- naming it, doing goofy stuff with it, etc- but i still feel like she's embarrassed when her friends come over or i take her shopping.
i'm just curious of how other girls would view teen pregnancy if it wasn't them with the baby, but their older sister.