At least 22! Teenagers aren't ready to be parents and their parents would have to help out ALOT. Wait until you're mature and smart and have a job to support yourself first let alone a baby. also, you would want to be married. boyfriends sometimes leave as soon as a baby comes into the picture. Make sure you are absolutely ready to settle down and have a baby. Make sure you aren't too busy with work, you have family to help, and you are ready and able to afford to have a baby. :)
obviously not a teen...it depends on when you are ready to have a baby together with your spouse...and make sure your baby will not going to suffer the consequences like broken family, poor education and health.
comment: a woman's rate of growth decreases after her first birth. If you're 4" at 10 or 13. Then most likely you'll be stuck at that height or may grow 5 inches more or less. 25 or above, is much more reasonable.
Bringing a life into this world should be about the baby, not you. When you feel like you can provide for the baby physically and emotionally, wait a while to make sure your situation is stable. Patience could make a big difference, so do it at a time when you know you will be the best mom you can be.
If something happens on accident (which is possible, but if you use multiple methods of birth control it is very improbable) make sure to talk to the people in your life to figure out a support system. It's not something you want to do on your own, especially because the more stressed you are the less positive attention you can give to your child.
I think 22 because my mum had me at 22 and I think its a good age because I wouldn't want my mum to be old because when you are in secondary school sometimes you don't really like being seen with your parents if they are old and I don't think you can be as close to them and tell them about as much (boy problems for example) but if they are like in their teen when they have you it can be difficult for them if they are not ready. defiantly make sure you are with a stable reliable partner first you don't want your child to have to go through you and your partner braking up because it is one of the most difficult thing to put a child through Hope I helped :) <3
When you are physically, emotionally, and financially ready. I would say get married first. Make sure the baby would have a great and loving family that would take care of it.You would want a baby to be brought up in a good home with a mother and father that care about him/her. Just make sure you are ready first.
It depends on your income and family situations. If you have good income i mean job, business so you can marry and make your life. Make sure that this girl is your life partner and this is your last and final decision.
You should be married 1st but that in my opinion doesn't really matter, you should be in your late 20's because you want to be able to explore your life and find out who you are before you have any children. They may make it in the movies that having a child is the best thing ever but it can effect your life in a bad way if you have one when your to young.
i believe you can have a child without marriage, but you need to go to college and get an education first so there is no age! just requirements! and only have this baby when your ready it is painful and a great experience!
when you have enough money for two people and when you are with someone that ca emotionally, physically and financially support three people. i can't really give an age because there are 40 year old that shouldn't have kids
I think at least 21. I don't believe you have to be married first to have children. Marriage is just a paper and age is just a number. Have children when you're ready (taking parenting classes is a good idea) and have enough money
Well if your a teen your mostly to have the man that got you pregnant run out on you.. Wait until at least 19-25, and if you've been in a relationship for 5 or more years and your out of high school and are planning to get married then that's ok. But MAKE SURE you are MATURE ENOUGH to handle taking care of a baby..:)
Wait till you are in your twenties AT LEAST. Before having a baby, you want to be sure you have a steady income, are knowledgeable about how credit and taxes work, are self reliant, have transportation of some sort, have knowledge about the different stages of child growth and development and about parenting, and have a support system such as family and friends who will be there for you if you need help with anything.
There is no rush to have a baby. When you are young, you want to be able to experience things for yourself to the fullest of your ability before settling down and having a family. Today, women are having children in their 30s and 40s, and it's the norm.