If you ask me, I think your 20s should be a magical time of self-discovery. You should make mistakes, take some chances, and find your own way through this intense world. That's why, I think, there are pros and cons of having a baby in your 20s that are worth considering, whether you're planning on becoming a mom or not.
I had my first child in my 20s, and, like my mom and all the moms around the globe who've done the same, I was a wide-eyed new parent learning as I went. As much as I prepared for the birth of my daughter, I quickly realized that preparation and action are two completely different things, especially when you're sore, sleep deprived, and hormonal. So to say trial and error played a big part in my role as a mother is, well, to put it lightly.
I remember the early days of motherhood, trying to figure out how to take care of my first baby, like they were yesterday — the good, the bad, and the ugly. And while I wouldn't change a thing, I do think we, as mothers, should feel comfortable sharing the lows with the highs. So with that in mind, here are some positive and negatives to becoming a mom in your 20s, in my humble opinion.