Thursday, July 3, 2008

Jennifer and I discussed this show last night

and were suprised that the teens were able to spend the night (0vernight) together to film this.


Blake July 3, 2008 at 3:16:00 PM CDT  

I thought they were all 18-19? Not that that makes it okay...

Modern June31 July 3, 2008 at 5:03:00 PM CDT  

I found your blog through "Leading Little Hearts Home" and just have to comment on this. I was thinking the exact same thing the whole time I was watching it. I wonder what the kids' parents think about it.

Anonymous,  July 3, 2008 at 6:16:00 PM CDT  

This is going to be long-LOL

I actually thought that it could be an innovative idea with a little more thought behind it.As for the infants,not so much.

I have to be honest,being a teen mom myself,I learned everything I learned because it was handed to me and I was told do it.No explanations.I have been cooking since I was 7.Cleaning since before then and of course we all know that I started raising a child at a young age.Alot of people talk about how much my mother probably helped me,and I wont say that she didnt,BUT I was a latch-key kid to begin with.My mother worked a swing shift and she was single.She was home and awake for maybe 8 hours a day.Financially- being that my child is disabled, she drew SSI,and I had to learn to budget and save receipts as well as manage a checking account at 16.Everything I learned,I learned because of these situations.I think they are invaluable!Do I believe that kids should be "thrown into the fire" like that for learning opportunities?Not necessarily,but would I change it,NEVER!But that is just one chicks opinion.

Rosjuane July 4, 2008 at 12:23:00 AM CDT  

Okay so just to keep from getting in a heated debate. Let's get real about this for a sec. 1. These kids aren't in this house, with their parent's permission b/c they are NOT having sex. There parents okay'd this b/c they wanted to show them what having sex leads to. 2. If it's anything like it is at my house, they are too tired to have sex anyway after a day of dealing with teething, crying, fits, feedings, ect...

I think it's good for them, but dealing with someone elses kid (on a TV show) is diffrent than dealing with your kid b/c you don't have a choice. They can techniquely cop out whenever. And I'm watching and it's surprising to me that the ones not doing so well are the girls!!

Debbi July 5, 2008 at 12:55:00 PM CDT  

I've been watching this show because I'm facinated with the idea - that these kids are really learning what it is about...and 24 hours learning, I like that the real parents can step in anytime they want, but I do agree, I wish that they at least made the kids sleep in separate rooms.

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