Bristol Palin, Alaskan First Daughter/Mother of First Grandson, is now a teen ambassador for the Candie's Foundation, which has the "mission to educate America's youth about the devastating consequences of teenage pregnancy." Which means the teen mom appeared on Good Morning, America and the Today Show to say, "Regardless of what I did personally, I just think that abstinence is the only ... 100 percent foolproof way to prevent pregnancy... It's a hard choice, but it's the safest choice and it's the best choice." Today is National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, after all.

While she loves baby Tripp, Palin was a little regretful, "My son is a blessing. He's the best thing that ever happened to me. He's the love of my life but I do wish that years from now I could have had the same son." She explained how her life "completely changed. I’m up all night with [Tripp]. I’m constantly changing diapers and making bottles. Your priorities change 100 percent." Palin's father appeared with her on the Today Show; Todd "First Dude" Palin said, "We’re very proud of Bristol. She’s tough. She’s a great mom. We’re proud of her for taking on this national responsibility." Neil Cole, who founded the Candie's Foundation and is the CEO of the company that owns Candie's the shoe band, was on GMA with Palin; he said, "Just because you're wearing high-heeled sexy shoes doesn't mean you should have a baby."

As for her relationship with Tripp's dad and her ex, Levi Johnston, Palin said she would love for him to be part of Tripp's life. Johnston had some thoughts of Palin's new role and told the Early Show, "It's a great idea and a great message she's trying to send out to the world and all the young kids. It's not easy raising a baby. But I do think there's more things to it than just not having sex... Abstinence is a great idea but I also think you need to enforce, you know, condoms and birth control and other things like that to have safe sex."

Palin, who has said, "If I can prevent even one girl from getting pregnant, I will feel a sense of accomplishment," will be speaking at a Candie's Foundation town hall at the Times Center (1 p.m.); also speaking will be Heroes star Hayden Paniettiere, Seventeen magazine editor Ann Shoket and Tampa Bay Devil Rays pitcher Matt Garza. You can follow it on Twitter.