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reesetee commented on the word baby number seven
C_b, I regret that I am unable to join you in your quest. However, I'm definitely with you in spirit.
July 23, 2008
bilby commented on the word baby number seven
At least she didn't suffer from hocus-tocus.
chained_bear commented on the word baby number seven
I said this before and I'll say it again: The only solution is for smart people to breed more. Who's with me?!
plethora commented on the word baby number seven
Maybe she hasn't figured out what's causing it yet.
jennarenn commented on the word baby number seven
Funny thing, I've been having nightmares about giving birth to 13-year olds. (Okay, in my dream it was a 9-year old.) Either way, it's pretty uncomfortable.
missanthropist commented on the word baby number seven
I've been having the nightmares about this sort of thing, lately. I had met a woman aged 26 incarcerated no less when I was 18, she'd had something like 13 kids. one set of twins.
Oh yes, I believe in birth control. We have free vasectomies here in California, btw.
dontcry commented on the word baby number seven
Seven children by age 26 is nothing compared to delivering all of them next to a highway!
July 16, 2008
"A ROCKHAMPTON woman has given birth to her seventh child next to the Bruce Highway. Her mum helped deliver the baby with phone help from paramedics.
Natasha Auda, 26, said she realised the baby wouldn't wait as her own mother took her to Rockhampton Hospital about 6:30pm yesterday.
She named the 3.6kg girl Xanthia and was hoping to return home from hospital today to her six other children, aged 10, 7, 5, 4, 3 and 2."
- Robyn Ironside, 'Woman has baby number seven on side of Highway', couriermail.com.au, 16 July 2008.
Seven children by the age of 26? What a to-do, people will be thinking there is no television in Australia!
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