So, you are saying that a fully delivered baby is still technically fetus because it is still attached to the cord.<quoted text>
There are seconds to minutes during birthing when the fetus is still a fetus because it's still receiving its life's oxygen and blood through the umbilical cord.
You determine once out in the room, before cord is cut and breathing, it's a baby. So long as you recognize it's still technically a fetus, without any guarantee of normal survival, then you can be called a realist instead of a wishful thinker. The word BABY is a term of endearment and can apply to anything under the sun someone holds dear. For some odd reason, I thought you -- self-proclaimed genius -- would've understood this without explanation (even though I specifically recall explaining this last Spring).
""" So long as you recognize it's still technically a fetus, without any guarantee of normal survival"""