The halls were quiet. The nurses glanced at me with knowing smiles, encouraging me with their calm presence.
“Breathe quicker when it hurts more -don’t hold your breath,” they told me as I clenched in pain. 359 more words
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A Southwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Charleston, South Carolina, after a baby was born in the middle of the flight. 70 more words
I have always been more your running with the stags than your stunning with the rags sort of a gal. That is not to say, as a female, that I avoid the rutting season: I am as fond of a good rut as the next man (or woman!) – but much of the traditional doe gene seems to have passed me by. 232 more words
Many dads will be told that their birth partner has signed them both up for a hypnobirthing course…and in their heads they are probably thinking ‘what have you gone and roped me into?’ Then they find out that the course is going to take the best part of a weekend (or four previous evenings). 166 more words
Today we see the births of, among others, Guiliano della Rovere who became Pope Julius II found himself blessed to be born in 1443. Eighth President of the United States of America, Martin Van Buren didn’t panic being born in 1782. 511 more words