This was the reaction of a Rockhampton teenage mother when she heard there were six mums in the Rockhampton region aged 15-19, with six or more children.
The figure comes from Census 2011.
Destiny Powell, who turns 18 next week and has a daughter almost one-year-old, questioned how someone that young could have six or more children, unless they had twins or triplets.
Miss Powell, who is studying nursing at CQUniversity, fits in to the 130 teenage mums aged 15-19 with one child bracket from Census night.
She said she wasn't surprised at the 130 figure.
Miss Powell said she hoped these teenage mothers would still move forward with their career choice.
She said while she cried and thought her life was over when she first found out she was pregnant at age 16, she says she has found that young mothers can do anything they put their mind to.
"It's about time management," she said.
"I've got to make sure I'm spending enough time studying and enough time with (daughter) Aryannah."
The Census also showed 15 women, aged 15-19, had two children and none reported having three children, four or five.
The number of women with six or more children went over 100 from 70-years and older, with both the 70-74 years bracket and the 75-79 years reporting 152 women had six or more.
Eighty-eight women aged over 85 years had no children and 103 had six or more. Out of 43,579 women, 3363 women aged 15 years and over didn't state how many children they had.