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    Jackie03291 posted:
    You have to watch this hilarious video of this woman 40+ weeks pregnant with twins trying to induce her labor by dancing to "lets get it started" by the black eyed peas. I don't even have this much energy at 28 weeks pregnant with one baby! LOL
    Jackie (27) Bryan (36) Ava 10/14/08 Baby Girl 2 due 5/4/12
    oboingo76 responded:
    God bless her! It's not all that common for someone to carry twins more than 40 weeks, never mind having the energy and agility to pump out those moves!!
    Jackie03291 replied to oboingo76's response:
    She definitely will have a great video to share with her twins when they get older!
    Jackie (27) Bryan (36) Ava 10/14/08 Baby Girl 2 due 5/4/12

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