Britain's royal baby: 10 strange facts

Jul 21, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Suria

There's still no sign of Britain's royal baby, even though the world's media have been camped for three weeks outside the London hospital where Prince William's wife Catherine is due to give birth.

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<quoted text>hope u guys got working papers for those kids..
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my son was 8 lbs 1 oz. daughter 6-12 but she was 4 weeks early.
All three of mine were over 8 1/2 pounds. I didn't want to have a fourth!

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George is an awesome name. It's my father and grandfather's name :)
George was my father's name as well. I like it!

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All three of mine were over 8 1/2 pounds. I didn't want to have a fourth!
don't blame u, big kids u had there, im sure they eat u out of the house by now.
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Wow! Huge babies!
My first child, a son, was 8lbs 12& half oz. I had him natural.
My second child, a daughter, was 4 lbs 9oz. I had an epidural.
If could go back and do it again, would of have them both natural.
I guess since everyone is sharing...

My first son, born natural, was 12 lb, 11 oz. Largest natural birth the doctor ever delivered in his career, so he said. He didn't fit into any of the baby clothes we brought to the hospital & had to squeeze him into some pj's to take him home.

My second son weighed 8 lbs, 9 oz and I had an epi.

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I am not built to have babies....my labours were in the 22 hour bracket..... and I had to have assistance with them..... forceps was the worst....... my babies were no heavier than 7lbs 7 oz....... and I still couldn't bring them myself.... I was told it was because I have small feet.... not sure how true that is tho.....

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<quoted text>don't blame u, big kids u had there, im sure they eat u out of the house by now.
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That 9 lb baby is now a fourteen year old boy!! His older sister isn't as bad as he is!

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<quoted text>I guess since everyone is sharing...

My first son, born natural, was 12 lb, 11 oz. Largest natural birth the doctor ever delivered in his career, so he said. He didn't fit into any of the baby clothes we brought to the hospital & had to squeeze him into some pj's to take him home.

My second son weighed 8 lbs, 9 oz and I had an epi.
I am surprised you did it again! DANG!!

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<quoted text>I guess since everyone is sharing...
My first son, born natural, was 12 lb, 11 oz. Largest natural birth the doctor ever delivered in his career, so he said. He didn't fit into any of the baby clothes we brought to the hospital & had to squeeze him into some pj's to take him home.
My second son weighed 8 lbs, 9 oz and I had an epi.
Well now, if that didn't make my eyes go huge. Wow ...oh..wow...woman! A whole lot of yelling going on!

Pretty wild when your second baby, which is a good size, can make the other baby out to be a giant. What is up with the second child and that darn epidural? Should be easy by then. Right!?

Nothing rocks a woman like a few or so hours of labor. But yet! We turn around and do it again. Silly girls....

How big is your large baby now?

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I am not built to have babies....my labours were in the 22 hour bracket..... and I had to have assistance with them..... forceps was the worst....... my babies were no heavier than 7lbs 7 oz....... and I still couldn't bring them myself.... I was told it was because I have small feet.... not sure how true that is tho.....
Small feet?~laughs~ How funny.

Sorry to hear about your labors. Hate that for you.
I only dilated to three centimeters and came to a dead stop in each delivery. So needed to be induced both times. Also, I only carried each baby for 8 months. My niece had four children and each she carried for only 8 months. Odd!?

My one sister and my daughter carried their's for nine.

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Well now, if that didn't make my eyes go huge. Wow ...oh..wow...woman! A whole lot of yelling going on!
Pretty wild when your second baby, which is a good size, can make the other baby out to be a giant. What is up with the second child and that darn epidural? Should be easy by then. Right!?
Nothing rocks a woman like a few or so hours of labor. But yet! We turn around and do it again. Silly girls....
How big is your large baby now?
First kid, I weighed 114 lbs when I got pregnant, 169 at 9 months. Boy I got HUGE. Second kid... he was breach. They turned him around from the outside, cord got wrapped around his neck & he was in a bad way for a bit after he was born. Either I got weak or it truly did hurt a heck of a lot more... they were five years apart so.....

They are total opposites now. The older one is tall and lanky and the younger is short & chubby. lol

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<quoted text>The best days are when babies are born.
I hope they name it Phillip--or Albert--or James. Any of those would be really nice.....
Sheldon? Guess not.

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I keep getting the name Alexander in my head!
Try changing the channel.

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The strangest fact is that an entire country of people still worship fairy tale characters.
While this country worships junk food and moonshine.

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<quoted text>If you say so.
I've already said so. No ifs, ands, or butt cracks.

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Phooey on royalty
Double on you, peasant!

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<quoted text>Really, can you imagine people still worshiping fairy tale characters?
Hhahahhaha..how ridiculous.
You obviously know very little about the good work that
the Royals do.

Prince William for instance, has just spent three years
working for RAF Mountain rescue in the mountains near
which I live. Dangerous work.

Just one instance...

Just because they live in a Palace does not make them fairy tale characters.

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Small feet?~laughs~ How funny.
Sorry to hear about your labors. Hate that for you.
I only dilated to three centimeters and came to a dead stop in each delivery. So needed to be induced both times. Also, I only carried each baby for 8 months. My niece had four children and each she carried for only 8 months. Odd!?
My one sister and my daughter carried their's for nine.
I know , right.... it is funny, they told me I didn't have the 'hips' and it was due to a small frame..... and I believed them..... lol..... all I know is that it hurt like hell, I needed help and it took a long time, I was exhausted when it was over....

mine all went to term , with the exception of a day or two... but 8 months is pretty rare..... family thing?? but only in certain women.... does seem pretty strange tho......

hope you have a good evening.....:)

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I know , right.... it is funny, they told me I didn't have the 'hips' and it was due to a small frame..... and I believed them..... lol..... all I know is that it hurt like hell, I needed help and it took a long time, I was exhausted when it was over....
mine all went to term , with the exception of a day or two... but 8 months is pretty rare..... family thing?? but only in certain women.... does seem pretty strange tho......
hope you have a good evening.....:)
Had a wonderful evening, thank you.

You know, modern medicine is a strange ball of wax, but think of what females went through in days of old. I try real hard not to. I Am R negative B blood type. Having babies is a dangerous game to play for females such as myself. Before the discovery of rhesus shots. I always tell my children they are part monkey. Does them good!

Have a good day...enjoy!

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<quoted text>Had a wonderful evening, thank you.

You know, modern medicine is a strange ball of wax, but think of what females went through in days of old. I try real hard not to. I Am R negative B blood type. Having babies is a dangerous game to play for females such as myself. Before the discovery of rhesus shots. I always tell my children they are part monkey. Does them good!

Have a good day...enjoy!
My aunt was almost 11 pounds and she is in her sixties! So you know there wasn't as many choices. Can you imagine one hundred and sixty years.

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