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    Woman has 18th Child

    By my calculation, that's 13.5 years of being pregnant.

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    Re: Woman has 18th Child

    Can you imagine needing a school bus to go to the grocery store? I realize they range from 0-23, but damn!!!!



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    Re: Woman has 18th Child

    we have 2 kids. My wife being pregnant 18 months between the 2 is plenty. But a total of 13.5 years?? why, why, why?


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