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hmmm...that is interesting. We know a little boy who was a full termer that needed a cranial band too. Are you going to Saving Grace this year, with it being in Chi-town? I'll be there and I can't WAIT to meet you!
I noticed, when I went for the cranial band consult for both boys, that majority of the patients are boys. Wow! Why is it that most boys have flat heads? Too strange. Well...thanks for answering. Just little random questions that pop into my mind while the kiddos are sleeping.
Fame can certainly change a person. Her kids are more than 5 years old now, so it's good that they are caught up. Many are caught up by then. My dd didn't have to wear a cranial band....I'm not sure why some do and some don't.
I'd just like to see Kate as more normal than she claims to be. Her kiddos look so normal and they're all caught up. How did she manage without their having to wear cranial bands for flat heads?
It's too much to even go down that road. how could she carry 6 and get to 30 when I could carry 1 (or two in your case) to 30? Etc. We have no idea if they had pe or not. Remember, to many people, having problems with pregnancy is still a stigma because it's supposed to be a natural thing. Your body is supposed to jsut do it right. We know that nature gets in its own way though. And there are tons of celebrities and such that just haven't fessed up about it - whether it's stigma for them, or they just prefer not to discuss their health with the public.
She delivered 10 weeks early, so something was going on. Yes, 30 weeks is great for 6 babies, but there must have been a reason for delivering. Do we know that she didn't have pre-e? And keep in mind, these people are the exceptions...........most HOM pregnancies end with a very bad outcome.
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