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Old 12-21-2005, 05:37 PM   #16
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A co-worker gave birth to a 12 lb boy and she didn't have a C-Section

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Yeah all I can think to say is OWIE!!!!!
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Old 12-21-2005, 06:25 PM   #19
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Originally posted by U2SavesTheWorld
I weighed less then 3.

Sure didn't end up that small.
Ditto for me...kinda. I was a little over 5 and you couldn't tell to look at me, lol.

And OWIE for that poor woman. But that is one cute baby. Look at those cheeks!
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Instead of forceps - you'd need a crane for that one
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I'll bet that woman has gestational diabetes, if not type 2. Usually, that is how those babies get so big. It's a shame, cause it could have been prevented, and it can cause health problems for the infant.
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dat a big baby girl!
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and how could she (or the doctors) not have known she was going to have a big baby - that's just unbelievable. When I was pregnant, they ran a test on a Friday to determine the size of my baby to make sure she was growing and wasn't too small for the amount of time I was carrying her. (Both I and my husband are small, so it made sense to us that we'd have a small kid). Anyways, I went into labor on that Sunday and delivered on Monday - she was 6 pounds, 4 ounces. They usually lose a few ounces by the time they leave the hospital. That baby would be almost 3 of my Maddy!!!
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Originally posted by fah

A co-worker gave birth to a 12 lb boy and she didn't have a C-Section
OMG! A certain area down below hurts like hell with just the thought! Makes me wanto tell my boyfriend when he get's any ideas,hehe.

The 14 lb baby is though
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Old 12-21-2005, 10:02 PM   #25
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I had 9 pounders, no c section, It can be done. and I'm not that big of a person.
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Old 12-21-2005, 10:05 PM   #26
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My oldest brother was over 9 pounds and my mom had him naturally. Than again she went on to have 7 all together naturally,lol. Bless her heart! lol. She was pretty small with all of her pregnancies.

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