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Thread: He ain't heavy, he's my baby!!

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    He ain't heavy, he's my baby!!

    Hats off to this Lady. She gave birth to him the usual way, without having a C-section. And he is cute as a button!


    15 lbs.
    26 inches

    http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/0...ntcmp=trending
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    i seen that baby on the news. he is a cutie. stretch
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    All I can say is WOWZERS!
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    I hope him and mommy both are doing well. My largest was 10 lbs, 2 oz. and that was large enough!
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    i saw that on the news. that poor mother! at least he'll be sleeping through the night
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    The doctors should have kept a closer eye on the pregnancy. 5 minutes without oxygen likely mean cerebral palsy, cognitive or learning deficits or other effects. I hope I am wrong...

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    Holy smokes.. We have a friend who is carrying twins that weight 15 lbs between the two of them. Wow.. She had to of been on bed rest for a while for sure...
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    I had twins and the total weight was 11 1/4 lbs at full term. The baby is cute but I would think the Dr. would have kept a closer watch on the mother's weight. This could have turned out bad.

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    OMG He will be walking in another month

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    Her DR. should've done a C-section or induced labor 5 lbs. ago. It's a wonder she wasn't ripped to shreds. 5 minutes w/o oxygen. They need to really keep an eye on that baby. Did they even check mom for gestational diabetes? Prayers to them from the Gulf.

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