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Old 01-29-2006, 01:33 PM
 
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Given a choice between a research laboratory where the staff regularly works with neurotoxins and other dangerous chemicals and a regular hospital, I'd go with the research lab since they'd actually be trained and consistent in avoiding cross-contamination.
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Riding in the backseat with my friends' 3 year old DS, who knew there was a baby in my tummy..."Is that the baby's head?" while touching my chest. "No, that's just part of me..."
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"Found it in the hall, I'm surprised you didn't pick it up, he's been there for three weeks!"
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I haven't gotten anything too bad. "Will they let you give birth without an epidural?" Sheesh. The dumbest comment I got was actually about raising the munchkins vegetarian. "You can't raise them vegetarian. They'll never be able to go to McDonald's." Seriously.
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The dumbest comment I got was actually about raising the munchkins vegetarian. "You can't raise them vegetarian. They'll never be able to go to McDonald's." Seriously.
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Oh those poor kids. You know what? My kids won't really eat anything at McDonald's except a few of the breakfast items and the salads. I must admit to being proud of them. Of course, they do love Steak N' Shake but it's five steps up from McD's IMO.

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"Wait...you mean the baby is born...at...home???"

I mean, come on, you've never even heard of it? Less than a hundred years ago (and since the dawn of time) it's almost all that happened. Jeez.
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"If I hire an Ob and a MW and go to a hospital, who will deliver the baby?"
WT?
I think you take into the hospital in your belly and then you BIRTH it. I don't think it's a courier service?
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