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Old 03-03-2007, 06:44 PM   #46
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I was born on Friday October 2nd 1964 at 7:03 A.M. This day was made even more special for me when I found out that October 2nd was also the same day that my favorite show (The Twilight Zone) debuted on tv although that was in 1959.
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I was born by c-section on April 5, 1965. Early Sunday morning. I was six pounds.

I was given up for adoption. My birth mother made contact with my parents (adopted parents) through an acquaintance who had told her that there was a couple with two adopted children who may want to adopt another baby. My natural parents visited my parents and my father declined. He said two children were enough. The day I was born, my natural mother called my mother (adoptive) and told her I was born and if they would consider changing their minds. My mother (adoptive) cried and cried to my dad. My dad loved my mother so much, he changed his mind. While my father was at the hospital signing the birth papers as the "legal father" my mother and my sister and brother went "shopping" and bought EVERYTHING from clothes, diapers, furniture, bottles, etc. This wasn't a "legal adoption". My birth parents just left the hospital with me and my adoptive family waited outside and I was handed over. There was never any worry that she may change her mind. I don't consider my family to be my "adoptive family"...I only use that term when I am telling the story so I don't confuse people. I love my family very much and my parents were the most loving parents in the world. I couldn't have asked for any better parents.
That is quite a touching story Irene. It took courage for your bio parents to let you go, knowing you would have a better life. Your *real* parents got lucky when they got to take you home. I'm sorry your mother died so young. I can see that she was a wonderful woman.
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That is quite a touching story Irene. It took courage for your bio parents to let you go, knowing you would have a better life. Your *real* parents got lucky when they got to take you home. I'm sorry your mother died so young. I can see that she was a wonderful woman.
I am touched. Thank you Janice. My mom was the most beautiful lady and the most wonderful mother. I can't wait to see her again and hold her in my arms...God willing.
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I was born a few days early. I had the umbilical cord around my neck...the doctors could detect my heartbeat going down so I had to be born via C-section. My parents wanted to know what gender I was going to be (especially since all my cousins were boys) but they couldn't because the umbilical cord was in the way . So...I was surprise when I was born because I was the first and last girl of the family (out of my cousins, I mean).
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i was born on a dark and stormy night on monday march 30 at 12:48 am 1981
i woke my mom and dad up in the middle of the night and my poor dad left our poor cat that we had at the time out side in the pouring rain she was not at all happy with my dad doing that to her but i don't think he meant too do it just got a little bit panicy i think!
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My mom didn't want to have me at the army hospital because they had let a man bleed to death on the operating table earlier that yeaer. So she & my dad scheduled a trip home to visit her parents right on my due date. And then I was 2 weeks late. On the night I was born my dad had just left to return to the army post, he was halfway there before my grandpa got ahold of him and told him to come back. I was born at 8 the next morning.

Later that day a tornado came through the town. It fortunately didn't hit the hospital, but it came close. My sister was born during an electrical storm that burned down an 8-story-building, and my brother was born during a blizzard. That's when my parents decided they had enough children
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well i had to be born in an army hospital cause my dad was in the army and that was the only one close enough but i don't think nothing bad happen there so i was all right!
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I was born on a Sunday Morning in Late July at 5:45am. The hospital room had a large picture window looking out over a river to the east and the sun was just coming up. My mom went into labor about 3pm the previous afternoon. She was going to go to the mall with my grandma, her sister, and niece when it happened. My dad, who had just gotten to work 20 miles further away BEAT them to the hospital!
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I was born at 9:45pm on June 15th, 1987 at ECM hospital here in Alabama. I weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and I was 21 inches long. My parents were expecting their little Jason Andrew, but they got me instead, lol.
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I was born on a Thursday, 10:44PM in Chicago. I was also 4 days late (I was due on Valentine's Day!) Oh well....sorry, mom!
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I was born at 9:45pm on June 15th, 1987 at ECM hospital here in Alabama. I weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and I was 21 inches long. My parents were expecting their little Jason Andrew, but they got me instead, lol.

That's funny. My parents thought I was going to be a boy too. Christopher Erik. Instead they got Emily Lenore
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I was born, from what I've been told, by C-section at 12:36 AM on November 27, 1962. It might have been right before Thanksgiving, I'm still trying to find the correct time, because my mother told me that I was born on a Thursday morning, depending on how you look at the time and which day that falls on. I think it was on a Wednesday. Oh wait. I remember a mug she got me over 20 years ago which said that "Tuesday's child is full of grace" which means she probably counted it from the TUESDAY night/Wednesday morning reckoning.... Scratch Thursday.

Anyway, my father was serving in the Navy of the coast of Long Beach, CA., I was told he had gone on icebreaking ships to as far as Antarctica. My mother was in the hospital, I was told she and my older brother had a small cheap apartment there. I was also told that when I was born, my lungs collapsed and that I was put in an incubator to keep from dying. Was I premature? I think I was told that at one point, but, fortunately, I turned out okay (obviously).
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