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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | December 31, 2012
Because during a concert in Atlantic City is the best way to announce a pregnancy, Kanye West let it slip to the world on Sunday that his girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, is expecting. It was before a crowd at the Revel, and a historical plaque marking the occasion is certainly in the works. In the meantime, we found the best reactions to the news on Twitter. Enjoy! "Does Kim know she can't return a baby after 72 days?" - @kdkeane "Most pregnancies last about nine months, or about four marriages in Kim time.
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FEATURES
By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
Stacy Keibler's baby has arrived ! The Baltimore native and TV star gave birth to a girl, Ava Grace Pobre, Wednesday, according to her website. She gave birth in her home. Husband "Jared [Pobre] and I have been blessed with the new love of our lives," Keibler wrote in a brief post.  "We've never experienced a level of joy and happiness like this before!" she wrote. "Thank you so much for all of the special wishes and positive energy. " Keibler posted a beautiful reflection on pregnancy the day before she gave birth.  "This has been a time for reflection and introspection, to rest and rediscover - to learn, grow and evolve.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | October 31, 2010
A couple of months ago, I wrote a story about Malcolm Majer's encounter with "baby thugz" on the old Falls Road. Mr. Majer, a young artisan who designs and makes cool things with metal in a shop in midtown Baltimore, took a stone to the forehead while riding his bike to work one afternoon in August. The stone came from one of a bunch of children, boys and girls who appeared to be between 9 and 13 years old, on the side of the road, near the Baltimore Streetcar Museum. Mr. Majer called 911 from his cell phone and, while waiting for cops to arrive, decided to follow the children as they walked up Falls Road.
FEATURES
Susan Reimer | February 9, 2012
Just as American parents were emerging from the trauma of "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother," Amy Chua's treatise on the superiority of the semi-abusive Chinese mother, there is a new entry in the parenting rat race. Pamela Druckerman has written "Bringing Up Bebe," the observations of an ex-pat American mother on the calm, civilizing force of French parents and their polite and self-contained children. The book has caused a predictable sensation on this side of the pond, where mothers are in endless pursuit of the holy trinity of parenting: children who sleep through the night, greet adults politely and eat what is in front of them without a fuss.
HEALTH
Andrea K. Walker | January 23, 2012
Some Ravens fans probably wanted to cry like babies when their team lost Sunday's playoff game against the New England Patriots . But one Baltimore baby had reason to smile after the game, even though she's too young to realize it yet. Shaina and Gershom Segal gave birth to a little girl at the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore the same night as the game. She'll get a $3,000 savings bond as part of a contest by the hospital to reward the first baby born after the start of the game.
NEWS
By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
Firefighters rescued two baby raccoons from a fire in a Waverly home Thursday morning, officials said. The working fire was reported at about 6:35 a.m. in the 500 block of E. 26th St. and was brought under control in less than 45 minutes, department spokesman Ian Brennan said. He said no one was in the home, which was initially thought to be vacant until a man on the scene claimed to live there. Firefighters called Animal Control to take custody of the raccoons for treatment.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2014
Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital have removed a rare tumor that contained several fully grown teeth from a baby boy's brain. The tumor was found in the then-4-month-old from West Virginia in 2012 after a pediatrician noticed that his head was unusually large for his age. Doctors wrote about the findings in an article that appeared this week in the New England Journal of Medicine. The discovery could someday help researchers trying to cure diseases or grow new organs, medical experts said.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | January 20, 2014
Police released 911 dispatch tapes Monday that reveal how residents in a Germantown neighborhood tried to draw attention to a bizarre scene where police say two toddlers were killed by their mother and another woman in an exorcism last week. "The mother came out, she reported that she had something going on and she didn't want her baby to be in danger in the house," a man who had called 911 at 10:14 p.m. on Thursday told a dispatcher. The man could be heard talking to two women he said were attacking him as he reported the incident.
NEWS
December 25, 1992
The thing about a baby is, you can't argue with one. Whe babies are born, they exist at least for a little while on their own terms. You may rejoice or despair, you may accept or deny, you may file a lawsuit or write a dissertation or get drunk or knit booties. It makes no difference to the baby. It keeps on being a baby in spite of us.That's what makes a baby such a profoundly appealing symbol of the Christmas season. In birth, a baby doesn't stand for anything so particularistic as a body of religious tenets or a philosophical system.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2011
The Gypsy Queen food truck is having a baby. Annmarie Langton and Tom Looney have purchased the old Curbside Cafe truck and will be launching a slightly pared down version of the popular cafe on wheels.   "We're super excited," Gypsy Queen co-owner Looney said. The truck is set to launch within 10 days, he added. "We just got all of our permits. " The new truck is tentatively named The Little Gypsy, but the name has not been painted on yet. If you have a suggestion for a name, leave it here.
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