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C-SECTION ISN’T BIRTH?
This will get your blood boiling ... Recently, a mom’s Facebook post went viral after she posted a screenshot of her conversation with a birth photographer who refused to take the job because he or she doesn’t consider a C-section an actual birth! Here is the text conversation:
"A surgery isn't birth, my dear," the photographer told the mom. "You aren’t giving birth. You are having surgery to remove your baby from your abdomen. That is not birth no matter how you swing it, and I for one don’t want to be there to take pictures of it. If you decide to give motherhood a go from the get, let me know, and we can schedule your session.”
It gets worse. The photog ends the conversation with: "This motherhood job is hard. If I were you I would think twice about starting such a job by cutting corners so early in the game." Wow. (Glamour)
Pumpkin Spice season is over, and now Starbucks wants to head into March ... with macchiatos.
Starting today, you can get either the Iced Cinnamon Almond Milk Macchiato or the Iced Coconut Milk Mocha Macchiato, which will be available all Spring. (Redbook)
Cartwheeling to the Clink
A field sobriety test is probably the worst time to show a police officer your gymnastics skills and it landed a New Mexico woman in jail.
23-year-old Bryelle Marshall was found passed out behind the wheel of her car after police responded to a call of a Volkswagen driving erratically. An officer woke her up and believed she showed signs of being intoxicated. So he tried to perform a field sobriety test, which didn't go so well.
Marshall couldn't understand the officer's instructions and giggled repeatedly. But things got bizarre when, instead of walking in a straight line, she kept doing cartwheels. The officer tried his best to remain patient, but after several attempts to get her to walk failed, and bumping him with one of her cartwheels, Marshall was placed under arrest. The officer's body camera captured everything on video. Marshall been charged with driving while intoxicated, battery and having an expired license plate. (Albuquerque Journal)
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