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January 28, 2009

THE ABSOLUTE LAST THING YOU WANT TO HEAR AN OBSTETRICIAN SAY

"It was a shock, especially finding the eighth baby."

(Thanks to Brian Clay)

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Stories like this make me very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very nervous.

Check that headline: "Surviving Octuplets Born For Second Time Ever?" Did the poor woman have to give birth twice just to make sure? In that case are they really 16-tuplets? (Hexakaidectuplets?) Dis they have a practice run just to make sure they could do it? Or are the babies already born again?

good luck to those crazy people. they'll probably have a tv show before too long.

She wants to nurse them.

*shudder, cringe*

When the team learned of the eighth baby, Maples said the mother asked, "Where was it, Dr. Maples? Where was it hiding?"

Forget about where Baby H was hiding. Has anyone seen the lucky daddy recently? Hmmmm?

*looks under hospital bed, in closets, waiting room...*

I, for one, would SMACK the husband at least 8 times.

people aren't designed to have a litter of babies.

And human babies aren't designed to be called "litters" no matter how many there are. (Sorry, but it's a pet peeve of mine. What mother wants her children called a litter?)

At least they'll have a basketball team, complete with a sub. And that's just the boys.

Stories like that make my uterus hurt.

We're right on the verge of having no kids in diapers for the first time in almost 15 years in my house. The thought of suddenly having all those dirty diapers around again makes MY uterus hurt. No, wait...

Marg, I'm with ya. My vajayjay is puckered.

I'm with you, Renee. :) I pray for their health.

She plans to breast-feed them?? Lotsa luck...!

Dad: I really would have preferred the Powerball.

The absolute last thing I want to hear an obstetrician say is," Congratulations! You're pregnant!"

"Surviving Octuplets Born for Second Time Ever"

So, all 8 were reincarnated together? That's quite a coincidence!

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