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One day when I really have kids, and they are girls, I am going to name them Julia- Love and Lauren Ashley. If I have a boy, I am going to name him Colton Bradley. Hopefully, whomever I marry will think the same. I have decided I only want a few children, about 3, but I definitely do not want to be a pregnant mom in school, taking care of a child when I am only a kid myself. I know I would have to focus on my schoolwork instead of taking care of a baby. I gave Lauren Ashley a certain time to play and then it was naptime for sugar baby. She needed her rest for the next day because we would have to go to school, then daycare all over again.
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