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Kylie69
Posted: Thursday, February 01, 2007 8:26:02 PM

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ohmy - that's true love for you...

http://www.funreports.com/fun/23-01-2007/1478-giving_birth-0


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Giving birth is hard labor. It is usually doctors who decide when it is the best time to give birth to a child. However Chicago school teacher Colleen Pavelka chose to have the birth of the second child induced a few days earlier to let her husband attend Sunday's NFC Championship showdown between the Bears and the New Orleans Saints

Chicago school teacher Colleen Pavelka knows how much her husband loves the Bears. Apparently, she loves him even more.

Colleen chose to have the birth of their second child induced a few days early so Mark Pavelka could attend Sunday's NFC Championship showdown between the Bears and the New Orleans Saints.

The baby was due Monday. But when Colleen went in for an appointment Friday afternoon, her doctors told her she could opt for an early delivery. She decided to do so.

After nearly six hours of labor, 8-pound, 9-ounce Mark Patrick Pavelka was born Friday night, the AP reports.

Colleen Pavelka plans to catch the game on the plasma screen TV in her hospital room, while baby Mark Patrick is bundled up in the Bears receiving blanket his grandmother bought him for Christmas.
CaptainPants
Posted: Friday, February 02, 2007 9:41:09 PM

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Respect to her for taking one for the team!
mrplow
Posted: Thursday, February 08, 2007 9:09:46 PM

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That's pretty low of the husband.
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