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    Even if she didnt have it vaginally.. imagine the pressure on the cervix!!?!?!?!?! OUCH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
    Even if she didnt have it vaginally.. imagine the pressure on the cervix!!?!?!?!?! OUCH
    it would be kinda like having triplets....i would think. i could imagine how huge her belly must have been. poor chicky.

    id be at dh for knocking me up and having a baby that big. haha

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    This is one of the many reasons why the thought of having a child to my DF terrifies me(and wont be happening). His daughter was over 11lb born... I will NOT have a child that big i refuse! ugh my babies were 7lb 8 and 7lb13... not over freakin 11lb lol

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    My DS was only 3.4kg!!!

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    The article says her 10 other kids all weighed 5kg or more..

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    Quote Originally Posted by homestar View Post
    this is one of the many reasons why the thought of having a child to my df terrifies me(and wont be happening). His daughter was over 11lb born... I will not have a child that big i refuse! Ugh my babies were 7lb 8 and 7lb13... Not over freakin 11lb lol
    rofl!!


 

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