Woman Livestreaming Child BirthNovember 7, 2009 at 8:50 am | Posted in Lifescape | 1 Comment
Tags: Childbirth, Health, Minnesota, Pregnancy, Pregnancy and Birth, Reproductive Health, Services, Social network service
Live shows from U2 and the Foo Fighters were all well and good, but let’s be honest, they weren’t the miracle of childbirth. A 23-year-old Minnesota woman named Lynsee (no last name given) is ready to step in where Bono left off, opening up the birth of her child to the world wide Web.
“We wanted to share this experience,” she told ABC News. “If I were in a classroom, I’d be teaching about development. It was a way for me to teach… A way for me to use myself as a textbook.”
Lynsee, set to give birth in the next couple of days, will be broadcasting the birth via the pregnancy social networking site, MomsLikeMe. Other users are welcome to participate in the event via chat. ….
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