I love Lifetime and Hallmark movies. They are entertaining a tug at the heart strings, but they almost always come with a profound message attached. These two are no exception.
Mom at Sixteen is exactly what it sounds like. A girl gets pregnant and has a baby at sixteen, but her mom's tells her she can only keep the baby if she agrees to say the baby is her little brother instead. She agrees, but the decision ends up costing her more than she realized it would.
Too Young to be a Dad is, again, exactly what it sounds like. This time a boy is the main character. He gets his girl friend pregnant at 15. Their school sends her to an alternative school but does nothing to him. He decides to face up to his responsibilities and goes to the alternative school of his own choice. HE says that she shouldn't be the only one who has to deal with the consequences of their choice. When the girl's parents decide that she needs to give the baby up for adoption, the boy's doesn't agree. He wants to keep the baby, so his parents do what they can to help him.
Both movies are good tales that can show a young person the true consequences of having a baby to early.