Here's a recommended check this of everything you should do and/or consider before having a child.
1.) Why do you feel the need or want a child? Your reasoning. (can you financially and emotionally support your child on your current income? Try babysitting fulltime to see if you enjoy it as well
2.) Graduate High School or get your GED, an educated mother has a higher chance of having children with a higher education, and avoid poverty.
3.) Get Married. You should have a spouse who is willing to fully commit to you before starting a family. Life comes with many ups and downs, so having somebody other than your family who can be there for you both financially, emotionally and stand by your side through all hardships is ideal in life. Having a child can make any relationship have problems with lack of sleep and hormone imbalance, so you should in a stable, committed and healthy relationship beforehand.
4.) Get on a career path and get a job to support your baby's basic needs of food, clothes, shelter, toys, diapers etc.
5.) Get Health Insurance because having a child is not free, and can be very costly without it, depending on the state you live in. Eat healthy fruits and veggies, and take vitamins to make sure your health is at its best
6.) Enroll in a 2 or 4- year college to get certified or a degree in a concentrated area like Nursing to Financially support her child
7.) Ensure you have a reliable transportation mode such as a spacious car or family van to take your child out to the park and most importantly their Doc. Appoints every couple of weeks.
The idea of having a child seems great but I at the age of 26 had my first son, how Im 28 and a full time state college student, married over 6 years to my husband a Computer Engineer and it is very difficult with my homework, cleaning duties, cooking, work (Morning news station) and family life. The truth is no matter what age you have a family be prepared for all hardships, sleepless nights when your baby is sick, then taking care your family and yourself. You are 14 years old there's so much to enjoy in life like love, going to the movies or hanging out with friends because once you have a child, the truth is that it ALL goes away. You can't a new born to any of those places. The easiest thing to do is work on yourself to prepare yourself for a family. Learn to cook healthy meals, learn to drive, get your first job to save money and buy your first used car.
If you think none of that is important you are wrong, and you need to take a better look at yourself and look at reading some self-help, self- improvement books to be the best person you can be.