Woman hits back after being slammed for falling pregnant seven times by the time she was 19
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Content warning: this article contains references to miscarriage.
A woman has responded to internet trolls criticising her lifestyle choices after falling pregnant seven times by the time she was 19.
The woman regularly documents her life as a family-of-five across social media, under the handle @angie_faithh, where she shares with her 32.5k followers on Instagram snippets of what life looks like as a 21-year-old mum-of-three.
Angie and Jordon, who tied the knot after her 16th birthday, welcomed their first two children, Nevaeh and Hudson but tragically lost five babies through miscarriage.
However, they later went on to conceive little Finley who was born just last year.
"One of our mutual friends asked him if I could come and that’s how we met."
Angie was 14 and Jordon was 17 when the pair first got together and, just a matter of months after meeting Jordon, she found out she was pregnant even though she had been on birth control.
Clearly shocked by the news, the couple took eight pregnancy tests before they could properly believe what was going on.
"I’m not sure why it didn’t work for us," Angie said, "but we were meant to have a kid at that point."
She added: "If somebody told me they were pregnant at 15, I would definitely be shocked as well. I knew that we weren’t going to get the best reactions from people."
Opening up about the various reactions she's received, Angie continued: "Everyone had a different reaction when we told them we were pregnant.
"[There was] a lot of anger, shock and disappointment. A lot of people suggested we not go through with it, or give her up for adoption."
The mum admitted the 'judgement can be hard' especially as she was 'very young' and still at school when she first found out she was pregnant.
"I lost everybody that I was close to because we no longer had the same lives," she said.
Angie explained the comments didn't stop there as she still receives a whole load of 'hate' online, claiming: "Everybody wants us to fail, so you have more pressure on you.
"They say I’m pathetic and that this is not something to brag about and an embarrassment."
Angie went on to tell viewers: "I’ve been pregnant seven times and I’ve had five miscarriages," but she is clearly content with where she's at in life right now.
"The miscarriages have taught me to just be grateful for the kids that I have," she explained. "I always wanted a big family."
For all the critics slamming Angie for having four kids by the age of 21 and calling her situation 'horrible' Angie simply responded with a touching Instagram reel of a collection of adorable moments from her family life.
Angie captioned the video: "Living our best life."