Skip to comments.Flint mother Latrica Ryan of 10 looks to community for help - (29 year old has 10 kids)
Posted on 12/03/2008 6:37:05 AM PST by GeorgiaDawg32
FLINT, Michigan -- With 10 kids and no vehicle, Latrica Ryan is used to juggling.
Going to a movie or out for dinner is a like plotting a major tactical undertaking. Not that such outings happen that much.
"It would really be nice if I could take my kids where they needed to go, instead of having to find them a ride," Ryan said. "And when we do go somewhere, I have to pay four or five people (for gas) to get us all there.
"I have booster seats and car seats. It's a lot."
Ryan, is a 29-year-old single stay-at-home mother of five sons and five daughters, who range in age from 2 months to 13 years.
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Human baby machine.
Pregnant at 15, 10 kids and she still hasn’t figured it out. KEEP YOUR LEGS CLOSED!
Quit using it as a clown car!!!
She's a regular sex godess.
There was an old woman, who lived in a shoe
She had so many children, HER UTERUS FELL OUT, WHOOAAAAHH!
Andrew Dice Clay (when he was relevant)
It’s his responsibility to take care of his own.
In the old days, she would have been shamed after number 1...and that would be that...but now, she’s a media hero.
A stay-at-home mom. Isn’t that nice. Her husband must be rich or maybe she inherited money.
Looks like the crowd that trampled that poor man to death at Walmart.
Only in 2008 America does the “needs” of a single mother of 10, out of wedlock and with different fathers, qualify as a sob story.
Don’t breed ‘em if you can’t feed ‘em.
Anyway, at least she didn’t have an abortion or a dozen, and she still has them all with her, or so it appears.
Welfare leech is a better term. Note the "stay-at-home mom" phrase. This is the kind of deadbeat that makes me wish for mandatory sterilization after the birth of the second "out of wedlock" child to any female on the dole.
Once again....no mention of a father(s).
What a surprise. Welfare gimme girl role model.
I think thats him in the middle of the picture.
The question is where is mom?
I am descended from a woman who was married at 15 and had given birth 17 times by age 40. I wonder at what age this woman married.
My ancestor worked quite hard to provide for the children. I wonder what the father does in this case, to avoid putting unfair burden on others.
LOL!!! Going back to the classics I see.
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