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Daily Mail alert!! but wow giving birth down your trouser leg... it is just like Daphne from Neighbours!

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ByThePowerOfGreyskull Mon 08-Jun-09 20:10:18

what do you think? smile

dittany Mon 08-Jun-09 20:14:14

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mollyroger Mon 08-Jun-09 20:15:23

blooo.dy. hell!

this is so different to my two experiences of birth, I just don't know what to say!

cocolepew Mon 08-Jun-09 20:15:46

Good job she was wearing them awful harem pants, the poor baby could have been lost for weeks shock

Hassled Mon 08-Jun-09 20:17:54

Wouldn't her knockers have got in the way?

Hassled Mon 08-Jun-09 20:18:27

knickers, not knockers. It wasn't a Carry On film.

cocolepew Mon 08-Jun-09 20:21:51

Lol I thought you were being very pass remarkable there Hassled grin

mollyroger Mon 08-Jun-09 20:21:58

ROFL Hassled. I didn't see your clarification...was thinking you were being a right bitch about her bosoms getting int he way...

Reallytired Tue 09-Jun-09 13:25:09

"'My other births definitely weren't this easy and I will always recommend standing up to do it in future.' "

I think this is an excellent piece of advice. My daughter narrowly missed being born down the toilet.

congratulations to her and her family

funtimewincies Tue 09-Jun-09 13:33:28

And I though that my pelvic floor was shot grin!

blondissimo Tue 09-Jun-09 13:44:24

Although I am still laughing at Hassled, my initial reaction was the same - how did baby navigate the pants? grin
Maybe she was commando.

uberalice Tue 09-Jun-09 13:56:38

lucky cow! grin

DeepGoat Tue 09-Jun-09 13:56:39

god this is so monty python

BitOfFun Tue 09-Jun-09 14:01:49

Apparently the Mail wouldn't have illustrated the story if she was middle-class, as m/c women have to be photographed in skirts. I bet you didn't know that...s'true

TheCrackFox Tue 09-Jun-09 14:05:11

"The unexpected birth happened so quickly that Katherine did not feel any pain as the baby arrived...."

Megglevache Wed 10-Jun-09 12:20:44

Good job she wasn't wearing treggings eh?

Poor baby would still be there. My friend had a similar birth, in fact just before her daughter shot out she said to her husband and MW, I think it's a contraction, it sort of hurts like a tunny ache I guess grin

foreveroptimistic Wed 10-Jun-09 12:36:52

This story is making me laugh grin

bethoo Wed 10-Jun-09 12:42:40

when i gave birth standing up it was agony but then i should have been on pethidine grin

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