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i am an aunt again! so much baby, you have no idea
children of dune - leto 1
seperis
For I am an aunt again!

My middle sister and her husband welcome M, an 11 lb, 8 oz, 22 inch boy (no, you read that right), delivered in the most common epidural way and holy shit, that's a lot of baby.



They induced today and seriously, how much more baby could have happened if they hadn't? She rolled with it--epidural, epidural, epidural--but my God. I'm getting her all the cheesecake tomorrow.



...that, by the way, is over one and a half Child at birth weight.

Heaviest baby ever born: 15.5 lbs, by Caesarean

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Mine was 10 lbs 5 oz and 23 inches. Up until he popped out (all praise the Greek God Epidural!) the doctors kept on predicting an 8-pounder. IDK. Maybe they lied so I wouldn't freak out and demand a C-section or something because they sure were looking at ultrasounds enough during the last few months they should have been able to figure it out.

That is a lot of baby!

Holy mother of pearl that is more baby than my 36 week old twins were combined.

Epidurals are how science shows that it loves us and wants us not to kill people while in agony and being told to just breathe.

My cousin just had a 10 pound 2 oz girl and in the first pic my aunt posted, Sam looked like a toddler.

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