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One Born Every Minute

(10 Posts)
socktastic Tue 22-Mar-16 21:09:45

Just switched on to channel 4.

Can't help thinking this may not be the best idea!

DowntonDiva Tue 22-Mar-16 21:21:04

Turn it off!

MW told me they only show "dramatic" births for interest factor and not the 1000s of uneventful births that take place each year.

I'm choosing to believe the MW grin

bippitybopityboo Tue 22-Mar-16 22:03:45

I honestly thought the mummy's on it tonight did so well. No dramatics at all. I enjoyed it just can't wait to be in their position having my baby!! ☺

Peanutbutternutter419 Tue 22-Mar-16 22:05:36

Haha I was thinking the same initially!! Fortunately they were quite chilled and straightforward births...nothing like my first! Here's to hoping my 2nd (due next week) is a can dream!

Siobhancee92 Tue 22-Mar-16 22:08:04

I love watching it, like to know what I'm about to let myself in for... 3 weeks to go hopefully grin

DowntonDiva Tue 22-Mar-16 22:12:26


In that case I might watch this one on catch up!

Chocolatteaddict1 Tue 22-Mar-16 22:13:29

There is a thread going on telly addicts now smile

youlemming Tue 22-Mar-16 22:17:28

I love watching it, the first series started while I was pregnant with DD1 and I think I learnt quite a bit from it.

Tonight's was quite low key.

amysmummy12345 Tue 22-Mar-16 22:22:39

Ok so I have 11+2 weeks left and I'm already about the size of the birth-ees on tonight's show confused I'm screwed aren't I?! First dd was 8lb 7oz... I can imagine my baby at the end... "baby X 14lb 7oz" shock

5hell Tue 22-Mar-16 22:24:06

I can't resist it...even at 39w today, although it's not as good as it used to be imo

Obem & 16 and pregnant are my guilty pleasures blush

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