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We could both hear that he was making grunting noises, at which point the midwife took him back and into the next room "to check him over" leaving the three of us, babyless, in the operating theatre.
It happens that the crude birth rate, at 13. 5*, is the lowest in a century (so basically it's the lowest ever in the US) -- and that's making headlines and summoning images of a babyless, unstable future.
Clive wants them, and yearns for a bigger, rambling house in which they can start a family; Elsa wants a bijou double-bachelor apartment in which they can carry on their sleek, babyless lives.
Bask in being a babyless day person as long as you can...
Baxter -- lone and babyless again -- set back in her empty house.
I have lost one baby and have been a babyless mommy since that moment and I couldn’t be happier to be publicly viewed as a mommy now.
Don’t be disappointed AndrewZRX – this is all part of the birth experience: going past your due date; being looked upon skeptically by medical personnel who think you’ve peed yourself and don’t even know it; being sent home babyless to twiddle your thumbs and wait for something more definitive to happen.