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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
Baltimore rapper Rye Rye announced the birth of her second child, a boy, on social media sites this week.  "And he is OUTTTTTTTT! Omg I'm so happy... "  she posted on Instagram at 2:25 a.m. Monday. "I'm done! My baby boy is here! Thanks everyone for the safe and best wishes. "  Rye Rye did not immediately respond to a request for comment.  The musician and dancer, who has collaborated with rapper M.I.A. and appeared in "21 Jump Street" last year, kept her pregnancy discretely hidden in baggy tops in posts on Instagram and Twitter until just a few days ago.  Earlier this week, Rye Rye, 22, posted selfies on Instagram in which a flowing lavender dress clung to her pregnant belly.  "Finally about to have my baby boy!
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
Baltimore rapper Rye Rye announced the birth of her second child, a boy, on social media sites this week.  "And he is OUTTTTTTTT! Omg I'm so happy... "  she posted on Instagram at 2:25 a.m. Monday. "I'm done! My baby boy is here! Thanks everyone for the safe and best wishes. "  Rye Rye did not immediately respond to a request for comment.  The musician and dancer, who has collaborated with rapper M.I.A. and appeared in "21 Jump Street" last year, kept her pregnancy discretely hidden in baggy tops in posts on Instagram and Twitter until just a few days ago.  Earlier this week, Rye Rye, 22, posted selfies on Instagram in which a flowing lavender dress clung to her pregnant belly.  "Finally about to have my baby boy!
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NEWS
April 1, 1992
A county family has lost a second child to an auto accident.Jared Golden, 15, died Saturday night when he lost control of his bicycleand slid under a car driven by Donald E. Kinney, 17, of Aurora, W.Va., state police said.Last year, Golden's family won a $13 million judgment in the death of John Golden, 14.John Golden was killed by a drunken driver Nov. 7, 1987, in a head-on collision.The boys' father, John Golden, said Saturday the family doesn't expect to see much from the lawsuit because the driver had no insurance.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2013
Joe Flacco's phone started buzzing a little bit before noon Sunday. As teammates pulled on their pads and bobbed their head to whatever music was bumping in their headphones, the Ravens quarterback interrupted his pregame routine to answer the call he had been waiting for. It was his wife, Dana, who was at a hospital in New Jersey. She had just given birth to their son, Daniel, and wanted to let Flacco know that both she and their second child were safe and sound. The cellular reception in the locker room, deep in the bowels of M&T Bank Stadium, was spotty, but Flacco heard exactly what he needed before jogging out on the field for pregame warmups.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2003
First lady Kendel Ehrlich said she often receives compliments about bringing life to the staid governor's mansion. And now, she confirmed last night, she will be adding one more. "We want to formally announce we are bringing another life to the house," she told a crowd of about 1,500 at the Baltimore Convention Center, where she was host of a fashion-show fund-raiser for her husband. The first lady said she and Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. are expecting their second child in mid-March. They have a son, Drew, 4. The announcement comes a day after her 42nd birthday; the governor is 45. "No one was more surprised about it than I was," said the governor, who donned a tuxedo to join his wife and son on an elevated walkway used by the show's models.
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,Sun Staff | August 20, 2000
1. Picking up Cheerios can be a fun game for babies. 2. Keeping a stocked diaper bag is always useful. 3. Placing a mark on the toddler-size diapers makes it easier to tell them apart from the infant size. If these sound like some benign child care tips, then you don't get it. They are much more than that. They are survival strategies for the average household of four. Barbara Larrabee thought them up. Out of necessity. Six months ago, she and her husband, John, welcomed a second son, Mitchell, to their home in Phoenix and life hasn't been the same since.
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By LARRY BINGHAM | May 8, 2003
It was 4:30 in the morning and she was dozing on the couch, the only place she was able to rest during the final days of her pregnancy, when her mother woke her: "Deiry, shouldn't you be getting ready to go?" Deiry Stone lifted herself from the sofa and slipped a pair of size 4 house shoes on her swollen feet. Although she lives only a block away from her parents' house in Clarksville, Tenn., their home has been hers these past few months when she wasn't at work teaching toddlers. That way, Deiry and her mother could keep each other company while both their husbands are in Iraq.
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By T. Berry Brazelton, M.D. and T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.,NEW YORK TIMES SPECIAL FEATURES | August 30, 1998
Parents who have more than one child often wonder how to treat each child equally. The answer is simple: You can't - and you shouldn't try to. Each child has a different personality and needs a different approach.This is not always easy; it can be exhausting to try to shift gears for each one. Talking openly but nonjudgmentally about the children's differences can help. For instance, you might say to one, "You need me to speak softly." To another, "You always need me to speak angrily." This eventually gives them insight into themselves.
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February 24, 2011
July 26, 1993: Kelly Ripken, Cal Ripken Jr.’s wife, gave birth to their second child. It was an Orioles off-day, of course.
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By SUSAN REIMER | November 29, 1994
My sister warned me that your first child lives packed in cotton, but your second child will have stitches before his second birthday. It is the result of the chaos that increases with each new baby.She should know. She has four kids, and they are practically on a first-name basis with the emergency-room staff.So I found some comfort in her words when my second child propelled herself down the cellar steps in her infant walker at 9 months. And needed stitches across the bridge of her nose at 14 months.
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By Liz Atwood and For The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2012
From Liz Atwood: When I was pregnant with my first child, I panicked. How would I be able to juggle raising a child and working outside the home in a challenging career? But after six months of maternity leave, I went back to work and I continued to work even after my second child was born. There were tough days. The kids always seem to get sick at the worst time. It was always a scramble to get out of work in time to pick the kids up from the sitter. Yet I managed to somehow keep it together while the kids were small.
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By Leonard Pitts Jr | September 16, 2012
I was not aware of a film insulting to Islam until American embassies were attacked in Libya and Egypt. Thus, Muslim extremists managed, through the expedient of riot and rampage, to bring attention to the very thing they loathe, a thing which, but for their help, would have been little noticed. The irony of that likely goes over their heads like a jet plane. "Innocence of Muslims" is said to have had a budget of $5 million. From the look of it, maybe 40 of those dollars made it to the screen -- you'd see better production values in a porn video.
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By Zach Helfand, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2012
The monster inning, the one that has haunted Jake Arrieta for much of this season, lurked on Sunday afternoon. It loomed in the third inning after a leadoff double was followed by a hit batsman, and again after Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper stretched a routine single into a double in the sixth. But Arrieta survived the trouble with fastballs and sinkers and a new calm. He didn't get the win, but his six innings of one-run ball kept the Orioles in the game long enough for Matt Wieters to deliver his game-winning home run in the bottom of the eighth inning.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2011
A young girl died after being ejected from a vehicle that hit a tree near the intersection of The Alameda and Harford Road by Clifton Park Wednesday night, said fire officials in a statement. At about 6:30 p.m. paramedics responded to the single-vehicle crash in the 2700 block of The Alameda, said Chief Kevin Cartwright, a fire spokesman. The girl was found unconscious and non-responsive, he said, and she was pronounced dead at an area hospital. An adult and a second child were also injured and are being treated at an area hospital, Cartwright said.
SPORTS
February 24, 2011
July 26, 1993: Kelly Ripken, Cal Ripken Jr.’s wife, gave birth to their second child. It was an Orioles off-day, of course.
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By SUSAN REIMER | March 6, 2007
Here's a look at the fractured family values in the world of sports, where baby-daddyism is the new nuclear family. Two-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots, is expecting a child with an actress girlfriend he appears to have dumped just after the stick turned blue. Bridget Moynahan is more than three months' pregnant, according to her publicist - the same publicist who announced in the middle of December that the couple had split up. You do the math.
BUSINESS
By Lisa Wiseman and Lisa Wiseman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 24, 1999
When Leslie and Jon Welfeld moved into their home in Owings Mills in May, it was just in time.The couple desperately needed to find someplace bigger than their Pikesville condo for their rapidly growing family. The couple already had a 13-month-old son, Justin, and Leslie was due to have a second child in late September.The Welfelds first started looking for a house nearly two years ago, when their family was just beginning."It was slow going. Nothing was ever quite right," Leslie said.The couple knew they wanted to move to the Owings Mills area.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2011
A young girl died after being ejected from a vehicle that hit a tree near the intersection of The Alameda and Harford Road by Clifton Park Wednesday night, said fire officials in a statement. At about 6:30 p.m. paramedics responded to the single-vehicle crash in the 2700 block of The Alameda, said Chief Kevin Cartwright, a fire spokesman. The girl was found unconscious and non-responsive, he said, and she was pronounced dead at an area hospital. An adult and a second child were also injured and are being treated at an area hospital, Cartwright said.
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By Carol Kleiman and Carol Kleiman,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | August 24, 2005
You've heard of the "Mommy Track" - that very slow and discriminatory career path that many employers put female workers on if the women have children. Well, now there's another entry to the "Mommy" category, and it's a telling one. The newest term is the "Mommy Wage Gap," and it addresses the discrepancy between what employed mothers and other women earn. According to Heather Boushey, an economist with the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, women with children "earn from 3 to 10 percent less per child compared to employed women without children."
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | November 24, 2004
The nation's Caesarean section rate rose to a record level last year, confounding doctors and natural-birth advocates whose efforts to bring the rate down achieved a brief success in the early 1990s. Last year, 27.6 percent of babies born in the United States were delivered surgically, up from 26.1 percent a year earlier, according to a report yesterday by the National Center for Health Statistics. Put another way, more than 1 million of the 4 million babies born in the United States entered the world via the surgeon's scalpel.
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