Parenting is a huge ᴄʜᴀʟʟᴇɴɢᴇ, especially if a person becomes a parent at a very young age. This is exactly what happened with Maddie Lambert. She was only 14 when she found out she would be a mom. After the birth of her baby girl, Maddie began to actively engage in social media, showing adolescents of a similar age that if you really want to, you can do it perfectly well.
Maddie Lambert is an American vlogger. The teenager runs a vlog called “Foreverlys”. Her channel has already been subscribed to by over 1.5 million fans! It is quite a feat for such a young girl.
On her channel, the 15-year-old honestly shows what her everyday life is like. On the profile, we can see not only stylized photos and videos, but also those that show that it is not easy at all.
It is worth noting that a teenager’s publications do not encourage peers to become parents at such a young age. On the contrary, a young mother simply tries to show girls in a similar situation that everything can be dealt with. She wants them to know that they are not alone. Maddie said: “You shouldn’t support teen pregnancy, but you should support pregnant teens.”
Maddie became pregnant when she was 14. When her first sʏᴍᴘᴛᴏᴍs appeared, she was sure they were related to the ᴅᴇᴘʀᴇssɪᴏɴ that had caused her to ʙʀᴇᴀᴋ ᴜᴘ with her first serious boyfriend.
Ultimately, the teenager decided to do a pregnancy test. The result turned out to be positive. The girl got sᴄᴀʀᴇᴅ, especially since she had just separated from the baby’s father. But in her heart, she knew she could handle it.
Despite all the adversities, Maddie was happy and loved her little daughter with unconditional love from the very beginning. The girl was also lucky that her mother was very supportive of everything.
The woman said that she would not leave her in such a difficult situation and would do anything to help. In one of her videos, Maddie recalled the words her mother said to her when she found out that the 14-year-old was pregnant: “Maddie, you’ll be fine. I love kids. We can handle it. You are a strong girl. Don’t step back and look to the future. We’ll manage.”