Sunday, January 14, 2007

National Geographic's In The Womb: Multiples is on TONIGHT

What we're watching tonight: National Geographic's In The Womb: Multiples

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"The process by which multiples develop in the womb is fraught with complications and dangers. But, it is also a fascinating world where humans first interact with their siblings before entering the world outside the uterus. "In the Womb: Multiples" follows the development of double-egg twins, sometimes called fraternals, and identical or single-egg twins. We also follow the development of triplets and a very rare set of identical quads in their quest for survival. Using revolutionary 4D scans, we witness unique footage of multiple fetuses interacting with each other before birth: reaching, touching, fighting and even engaging in game-playing that can continue after they are born. Ultimately, "In the Womb: Multiples" tells us not only about the extremes of human reproduction but the limits of human design."

Posted by Walker Lockhart @ 2:49 PM

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My God, you still haven't delivered? Dana, next time you see your doctor, turn on the water works, girl. Both of my kids were delivered at 36/37 weeks. My wife had her OB/GYN eating out of her hands. "I'm miserable, doctor..." (insert tears). Putty!!!

Good luck with Walker. The twins need you to be strong...

Posted by Anonymous Jason Kleinhelter @ Monday, January 15, 2007 6:30:00 AM #
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