Skip to comments.Texas Sees Baby Boom After Ike
Posted on 05/12/2009 10:59:34 PM PDT by smokingfrog
Some nine months ago, as Texas was walloped by Hurricane Ike, many residents took advantage of being stuck at home with no electricity and started making babies. According to the San Antonio Express-News, doctors who work in Houston's busiest maternity ward said they're seeing a 25 percent spike in pregnancies that are due in June.
"Theres about a 25 percent increase in the number of deliveries coming up in mid-June to mid-July," a physician at The Womans Hospital of Texas said.
One pregnant mother who's due June 10 put it this way: "You can only do so much when theres no television, nothing open and there's nowhere to go."
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must everyone on this forum speak from a holier than thou point of view?
Talk about killing the thread mood.
I guess I shouldn’t have done the responsible thing and evacuated. Think of all of those Gulf Coast babes I could have had. /sarc
Yep. I guess now is a bad time to note that yes, when you can turn off the distractions people tend to do this sort of thing.
I spent enough time with a chainsaw that week to qualify for the Lumberjack’s Union!
Same thing happened in NYC after the ‘65 blackout.
Do I detect more than a hint of jealousy? LOL!
I am Texas proud!
Truth be told, I’ve never had hurricane sex before. I’m so jealous. LOL!
Pre, post, or during....it’s all good!
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