Carla, a pregnant teenager in Naples, Italy, talks to her boyfriend Michele. After Carla turned 16, the two decided to start a family.
A view of Naples, where photographer Stephanie Gengotti spent nearly two years with teens as they went through pregnancy and early motherhood.
Carla has her daughter, Carmen, baptized.
Angela, 18, and her sister Virna, right, 14, look after their babies, Francesco, left, and Vincenzo. The two sisters both became pregnant around the same time period.
Virna, left, talks to Alessandra, 15, in the Naples neighborhood of Via Stadera. The two grew up together. Alessandra is a few months pregnant.
Marsia, 15, and her brother Nino are on the bed with Marsia's son, Vincenzo.
Two young girls look after their older sister's twins. Carmela, 19, has three babies.
Carla holds Carmen while talking to a neighbor. Many of these young mothers hardly leave their homes, Gengotti said.
Angela and Virna sit on the couch during their pregnancies.
Carla talks to a neighbor at the window.