"BOY dad Alfie Patten yesterday admitted he does not know how much nappies cost — but said: “I think it’s a lot.'"

"Chantelle’s mum said:
“I told her it was lovely to have the baby'"

"And Dennis, 45, said: “He could have shrugged his shoulders and sat at home on his Playstation. But he has been at the hospital every day.'"

I came across this article from the UK Sun that I'd like to share with you. It's about a 13 year old boy that doesn't look a day over 7, having a baby.

What are your thoughts on children having children?

Who should be held accountable? The parents of these new underage parents? Or the children themselves? Do we owe it to ourselves to implement better sex ed and health classes around the world?

This should be a wake-up call, when preteens and teenagers are no longer afraid of STD's or becoming parents, we need to change the way our kids perceive sex and having children. Or, is it an empowerment when these 12 and 13 year old kids believe they have strength enough to handle parenthood?

Are you left wondering where the adults are in all this? Should they have played a bigger role?

Adoption and abortion, the children were against both- do you feel that these 13 and 15 y/o children raising a baby together was a better option? Are you moved by their personal convictions to not abort their child? Or do you feel it was unwise for these children to play house, which could ultimately result in a poor quality of life for their baby?

Are you outraged or inspired?

To add a TWIST to the story, Alfie is now considering a DNA test after it was revealed the new mom had sex with 2 other boys, aged 14 and 16.