Bristol Palin on Teen Pregnancy: 'Wait 10 Years'

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Governor Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol gives her first television interview since the birth of her baby boy Tripp, opening up to Fox News' Greta Van Susteren about motherhood and offering her personal views on abstinence.
"[Teens] should just wait ten years, it would just be so much easier," Bristol said about teen pregnancy.  As for abstinence, Bristol says she supports it but sometimes finds it "unrealistic."
During her interview with Greta on "For the Record," Governor Palin showed up with her new grandson.  "Everyone helps out," the new mom said of her big family. "I never would've thought I would've been a mom [a year ago] and I never thought my mom was gonna be chosen for vice president [nominee.]"