Post # 47
sorry, i think that sounds gross.
Post # 48
TO – JulesSchnooks: lol, looks like in the end we are on the same page… because common sense to us means the same thing.
Post # 49
I’m from New Zealand and it’s a Maori tradition to bury the placenta. Here’s a couple of links:
My Husband isn’t keen on burying the placenta but I definitely want to look at it before its disposed of!
Post # 50
Reading the title I had visions of a Mark Wahlber/Ted style relationship. My mind is working on a different level right now because of all these pregnancy hormones…. There could even be a Thunder Song Parody! F&^%K you Period Cramps!
Post # 51
@Cariad: The pics of the placenta bear is still seriously creeping me out.
Looks like a toy a future serial killer would have had as a child.
Post # 52
@nursemel: Haha!! Totally! Seriously there are some mad ones out there these days. Who on earth would pay to have that done…
Post # 53
@mistyeyes: The placenta t-shirt makes me think of one thing…
Post # 54
@caits615: I live in the East (South and Mid-Atlantic region) and I have to say that it’s not “normal”. I’ve never heard of someone actually doing something with the placenta. Maybe it’s normal in Atlanta, but I would over generalize and say the East.
Post # 55
@paula1248: haha, me too! Thought the same thing as well.
Post # 56
If someone wants to eat their placenta, breastfeed their kid until they are 14, or name their baby Sasquatch Jaxon-have a ball! I’ll still think they are weird, but to each her own!
Post # 57
@BoiledPNut: East, as in Eastern part of the world…think China where they’ve been doing this hundreds of years.
Post # 58
Erm, it’s medical waste that leaves the hospital in a biohazard bag.
Medical waste food, craft supply, or excellent gift idea
Post # 59
@iarebridezilla: DAMN!!! I wanted a Placenta bear for Christmas!
Post # 60
@StuporDuck: how’s about we compromise and I made you a horsie out of the bandage from this gaping leg wound??
Post # 61