Being a mother has always been a very complicated job. Even more so if the mother never stopped being a girl or if the pregnancy was the result of abuse and violence. These “womengirls”, most of whom come from lower level social and economic populations, seek help from foster care centers for minor-aged mothers. Their faces do not reflect adolescence or childhood games. The center’s goal is to reinforce these mothers’ bonds of affection with their children, to help them obtain the energy necessary to develop their new work as mothers and to take responsibility for the presence of a new being in their lives.