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Old 13-09-2010, 18:05   #16
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Nature is so smart. She makes the end of pregnancy so miserable that we actually look forward to labor.

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That is soSOsoSO true!

If you want to read the funniest account of being pregnant on a boat click here and then on the left click on "TALL TALES" and then from the list choose T.P.B.P. It's a first trimester Pacific crossing. And it's a fabulous read!

I just keeping thinking if my water breaks on the new ultrasuede.... nooooo! I am sitting on towels




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I just finished reading the TBPB post and it was hysterical. Thanks for pointing it out to us. And BTW, I can't believe you haven't had that baby yet! I remember finding your blog through Spinsheet when we were in Annapolis this summer.
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Old 14-09-2010, 06:49   #17
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Just remember you are a goddess in that state and remind him to act accordingly around such deities !!

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Old 05-10-2010, 05:57   #18
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Just remember you are a goddess in that state and remind him to act accordingly around such deities !!

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Dave - can I quote you on that

So I am 41 weeks and last night while tidying up around the boat I actually bumped/ scrapred against something hard enough (not even sure what it was, something in the starboard hull) that I got as nice gash across my belly. Bleeding and everything Looks like I tried to do a self c-section surgery... oy.

It's getting tight in here...
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Old 05-10-2010, 06:51   #19
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Same rules as in international aviation. The nationality is the nationality of the parents if in international waters. Birth certificate would be issued upon the return to the parents country after filling out copious amounts of paperwork. Best to keep a written log book documenting positions of the vessel and time of the birth.
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dang--i thought this was the "i had the baby now"thread--hurry, momma--tell the kid to get with it-- is gonna be 21 before birth--40 weeks is about the right length of time.... goood luck-- we want a pic of baby..get good waypoints at the time of birth for your birth cert
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Waiting patiently with Zeehag for the baby pictures I hope all is well...
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Hang in there girlie, not long to go, and your all set for a water birth.

If baby was born beyond the 12 mile limit, what nationality would it be?
Assuming that the question is not rhetorical, the baby would have the nationality of the parents. If they have different nationalities then the child would have duel citizenship. The birth would have to be registered according to the county (countries) in question.

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Best of luck - this is truly wonderful x

Oh, and thanks also for the Trans Pacific Baby Plan link - it's a fantastic read!
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She's here! Welcome aboard Naia (meaning dolphin, water nymph, or flowing depending on the language...)

Zach Aboard: Welcome Aboard Naia!!
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She's here! Welcome aboard Naia (meaning dolphin, water nymph, or flowing depending on the language...)

Zach Aboard: Welcome Aboard Naia!!

gooood name--it is about time-- washolding breath--how didja hurt ankle?? yipes.

baby must have known her name -- she is pretty!
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She's here! Welcome aboard Naia (meaning dolphin, water nymph, or flowing depending on the language...)

Zach Aboard: Welcome Aboard Naia!!
Congratulations! What a beautiful name.

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Isn't she lovely

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She's small enough to send up the mast without the winch!
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YIPPEEEEE!!!!!! Well done, you guys!! (I hope the belly now recovers swiftly from the bashes and gashes!)
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She is gorgeous.

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