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Do you have a baby in your head? Like those celebrities who are all expecting and showing their flowering baby butts. Lily Aldridge to Pippa Middleton, and so many more future mommies..... But if that is not enough and you want more celebrity hype, here is our list of the best uncommon baby nicknames that celebrity birthmasters have chosen.
The giantess Anna Bates (née Swan) (Canada, 6 August 1846; 5 August 1888), who measures 241.3 cm (7 feet 11 in), gave life to a young male with 9.98 kg (22 lb) and 71.12 cm (28 in) on 19 January 1879 in her house in Seville, Ohio, USA. Unfortunately, the baby, which was not mentioned but only called "baby", passed away 11h later.
Anna Haining Swan (CAN, 1846-88), the daugther of Scots immigrant to Nova Scotia, was 17 years old and 241.3 cm (7 feet 11 in) high. For the first time Anna saw Martin, who was 236.22 cm (7 feet 9 in) long due to his sideline career. Following a two-year affair on 17 June 1871, Anna Martin got married in London in front of a vast audience.
This pair had a total heigth of 477.52 cm (15 ft 8 in) and was soon referred to as "The Tallest Couple Alive". Obviously, it was a pair of two people. Eight years after the marriage, before the record-breaking 1879 delivery, the pair had already forgotten a young woman who was 19 May 1872 but suffered a devastating death at the time.
Anne was the third son of Alexander Swan and Ann Swan (née Graham). Aleksander had migrated from Dumfriesshire, Scotland, to the Millbrook section of the municipality of New Annan, near the hamlet of Tatamagouche, in the Colchester district of Nova Scotia, Canada. Anne Graham (married to Swan) was in New Annan where she was raised and living.
Their first two were very brief, so their third baby, Anna, is often regarded as the oldest. Severeest baby conceived by a normal mum was a 10.2 kg (22 lb 8 oz) baby conceived by Sig. Francisca Ramos Dos Santos (Brazil) was said to have given life to her offspring, Ademilton, who on 18 January 2005 in Salvador, Brazil, weighted 7.57 kg, by cesarean section.
Cristina Samane (South Africa) also gave life to a 10.2 kg baby, which was later thrown out of the qualification because the baby was suffering from Weaver disease, which causes abnormalities in the parent gene to cause excess proliferation in infants. A 11 kg young man was reportedly conceived by Mrs Sadaat Cor (Turkey) on 3 June 1961.