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A baby is born every 4.2 seconds, but not every birth goes as planned, and in some instances, unexpected events can lead to birth stories ranging from the bizarre or potentially risky to the very funny. "My Crazy Birth Story" tells the story of many different births that seem almost hard to believe, including a woman using the internet as her "how to" guide, another woman giving birth in a local market on Christmas day, and the shocking delivery of a baby in a fast food restaurant bathroom by the baby's father.

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A couple brings their child into the world with a silver spoon in his mouth; a couple thinks they are prepared for their second child, but they are in for a surprise; a woman and her husband leave the shopping mall with a surprise bundle.
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A Missouri woman's child birth experience is nothing at all like she imagines; an Arizona woman gives birth while driving herself to the hospital; a Montana woman gives birth on a freeway off ramp in Utah.
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A couple go to the zoo and leave with a lot more than they expected; a woman achieves the ultimate in multitasking when she gives birth in her pants while driving; a mom-to-be goes to the store for the samples and leaves with a whole lot more.
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A couple can't make it to the hospital in time and give a new meaning to the term convenience store; a woman thinks she just has a bowel movement but is in for a shock; a woman is in labor in the car during a storm and makes a quick exit.
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A woman delivers her baby at a baseball game; a mother goes into labor alone at home; a wife gives birth in the car while her husband drives her to the hospital.
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A woman played too many jokes on her sister so when she really goes into labor, her sister doesn't believe her; a woman gives birth at a fire station, with a crowd of firemen helping; a couple makes it to the hospital just in time, or so they think.
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A couple race to the hospital but the car isn't the only thing going 60 miles per hour; a couple plan their dream wedding, but the plan unexpectedly changes; the owner of a Dairy Mart delivers a baby.
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A first-time mom gives birth in a Turkish hotel room using the internet as her guide; a woman goes into labor in a local market the day after Christmas; a woman goes into labor in a fast food bathroom.
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A woman gives birth to her baby on the way to the hospital; a woman gives birth in the car during a high-speed car chase; a woman gets an unexpected surprise at an amusement park.
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A Florida woman makes it to the hospital in the nick of time to give birth, or so she thought; a mom-to-be "goes green" for her childbirth; a North Carolina woman takes the flight of her life.

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