!(https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmVRh4vKZUow1tnH5VZtZ83nweA6qR9w7CbSD6MxWmZjh1/image.png) [fuente](https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjPu5vfw8PjAhWwrVkKHeYiBAQQjxx6BAgBEAI&url=https%3A%2F%2Fasprisma.wordpress.com%2F2014%2F03%2F10%2Fmadres-adolescentes%2F&psig=AOvVaw2sUtT979dPwI7mtzy3JOir&ust=1563713144806118) When girls have children ... Most teenagers who become pregnant decide to continue the pregnancy. It is important to link them with early prenatal care and promote a healthy lifestyle: balanced diet, daily exercise and staying away from tobacco, alcohol and drugs. If the teen decides to have and raise the baby, she may need help identifying a strong support system. Teens and young girls who have babies can certainly achieve the personal goals they have in their lives and raise happy, healthy children, but it will often involve more dedication. The stigmas of being a teenage mother can endure through the generations. Children of teenage mothers are more likely to have poor school performance, repeat a grade or leave school. The daughters of teenage mothers are more likely to repeat the story and become adolescent mothers themselves. In family care arrangements (children cared for by relatives or relatives), which have become increasingly common in recent years, a grandparent, grandmother or other family member plays the role of father or mother of the baby. This can occur through an informal and particular arrangement or through child welfare systems, which vary in each state. Arrangements for family care give the adolescent an opportunity to be involved in raising her child and the possibility of assuming the responsibilities of motherhood in the future. In addition, there is increasing evidence to suggest that babies raised in family care arrangements fare much better than those in the care of unrelated foster parents. However, family care arrangements face their own difficulties. If you are considering raising your grandchild, keep the following in mind: Most children who live with relatives do so by informal arrangements. This creates a problem if family members do not have the authority to give legal consent for necessary medical care, including vaccinations and other non-emergency medical services. Your pediatrician may link you to community legal resources to help you take the necessary steps to obtain legal authority to help children get the medical care necessary to stay healthy. Older family members who have not raised babies for several years may not be aware of changes in sleep safety measures, car safety seats, and injury prevention. Raising babies again can be an extremely pleasant and revitalizing experience. However, it is a good idea for senior caregivers to have a plan in place for tutoring if they suffer a health problem. Adoption is another option for teenagers who want to have their baby, but do not feel ready or able to become mothers. Currently in the USA UU There are more than 2 million couples waiting to adopt, love and care for a baby, which means that there are three dozen couples on the waiting list for each child given up for adoption. The decision to deliver a baby to an adoptive family is legal and binding. However, most states allow the biological mother to change her mind in a period of time that can be from a few days to several months after the birth of the child.