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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (5) Thanks(5)   Quote dee1672 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep 15 2013 at 4:44pm
Originally posted by blaquefoxx blaquefoxx wrote:

Originally posted by Y.Gun Y.Gun wrote:

lol some of yall being unnecessarily harsh, my parents had 4 kids with no problem.


they had 3.

probably expected ONE but hey ho they got FIVE

im sure it would take any normal person more than 9/10 months to get their sh*t all the way together for 5 new mouths to feed along with the 3 kids they already have.


 dont think they're asking for donations anyways. Just dont get why some of yall going in.

I agree 100%.




Pretty much. Why does a married couple who has 3 kids they can provide for (assuming) need birth control and/or shouldnt want a 4th? They just happened to get 5 more out the deal instead of 1. I get that people are just responding the OPs title, but its a bunch of (usual) judgement all up and through here. But you can find plenty of congratulatory threads for any number of unmarried (or even in stable relationships), knocked up BHM chicks.
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Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

Lawd, they cutting the baby formula now?

Guess I'll have to start a wet nursing business. You want some pure breastmilk? CC's wet nurses got ya covered.Cool

Lol @ cutting!!!!!


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Originally posted by QueenBee QueenBee wrote:

Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

I remember reading that Black people have higher rates of natural multiple births than other groups.
 
Probably because we eat yams (sweet potatoes).



Nope.  Yams =/= sweet potatoes.  And the yams that is popular in West Africa (and parts of the Caribbean and Central/South America) is the one that was observed in the study to try to relate the occurrence of multiple births.  Not sweet potatoes.
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Originally posted by NARSAddict NARSAddict wrote:



Nope.  Yams =/= sweet potatoes.  And the yams that is popular in West Africa (and parts of the Caribbean and Central/South America) is the one that was observed in the study to try to relate the occurrence of multiple births.  Not sweet potatoes.
 
Where I am from yams and sweet potatoes are used interchangeably.  Thus when I wrote yams (some folks call them as sweet potatoes).  *kanye shrug*


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Originally posted by QueenBee QueenBee wrote:

Originally posted by NARSAddict NARSAddict wrote:



Nope.  Yams =/= sweet potatoes.  And the yams that is popular in West Africa (and parts of the Caribbean and Central/South America) is the one that was observed in the study to try to relate the occurrence of multiple births.  Not sweet potatoes.
 
Where I am from yams and sweet potatoes are used interchangeably.  Thus when I wrote yams (some folks call them as sweet potatoes).  *kanye shrug*


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yam =/= sweet potato 
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The terms are used interchangeably .
They aren't the same but darker sweet potatoes are called yams.

Blame the USDA they labeled darker sweet potatoes yams to distinguish between the paler sweet potato
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Their babies look great considering they were early. Time to tie um up mommy!!! You did GREAT!

I met a woman who has been pregnant only 3 times but has birthed 7 children and she's in her 20's Cry. She had triplets, twins and another set of triplets but one died. 
I don't know her well enough to ask questions but I wonder if she has a condition which cause her to drop multiple eggs??
Shyt, I wonder if SHE had her tubs tied???
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