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Teen parents as a jack-in-the-box to tell that a baby can wait

Teen parents as a jack-in-the-box to tell that a baby can wait

These bus shelter ads are part of an ongoing series from Milwaukee too tell kids that a baby can wait.

The truth about being a parent means putting baby’s needs before yours, and these ads depict teen parents as a hand puppet, a jack-in-the-box and a pull toy, all being controlled by a disproportionately sized baby.  The ads read: “Have a baby too young and it’ll control your life.” The ads encourage viewers to visit www.babycanwait.com for information and resources.

Nicole Angresano, vice president of community impact for United Way:

As any parent knows, once you are responsible for another life your child becomes your priority. Your needs are secondary. That responsibility is magnified if you are still a child yourself. That’s what we want teens to understand.
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The ad campaign comes  from the United Way of Greater Milwaukee Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative, that has helped reduce the teen birth rate in Milwaukee by a whopping 56% over the past 6 years.

See more from the Baby Can Wait campaign here.

Agency: Serve Marketing

Teen Pregnancy bus shelter campaign portraying a baby controlling your life as a teen parent - Babycanwait - Milwaukee

Teen Pregnancy bus shelter campaign portraying a baby controlling your life as a teen parent - Babycanwait - Milwaukee

Teen Pregnancy bus shelter campaign portraying a baby controlling your life as a teen parent - Babycanwait - Milwaukee

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