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For the second time, a New Zealand lawmaker rode her bike to the hospital to give birth

For the second time, a New Zealand lawmaker rode her bike to the hospital to give birth..  Julie Anne Genter, a New Zealand Member of Parliament, rode her bicycle to the hospital in the early morning hours on Sunday to give birth.

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For the second time, a New Zealand lawmaker rode her bike to the hospital to give birth
For the second time, a New Zealand lawmaker rode her bike to the hospital to give birth—-

“Big news! At 3.04am this morning we welcomed the newest member of our family. I genuinely wasn’t planning to cycle in labour, but it did end up happening,” Genter wrote in a Facebook post. 

This isn’t Genter’s first time cycling to labour. Genter, 41, made a similar trip when she was a minister three years ago.

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“Beautiful Sunday morning for a bike ride, to the hospital, for an induction to finally have this baby. This is it, wish us luck! (My partner and I cycled because there wasn’t enough room in the car for the support crew… but it also put me in the best possible mood!)” Genter said in a 2018 Instagram post.

The Green party lawmaker said her contractions weren’t bad and she left for the hospital at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday. She said the contractions picked up in intensity when she arrived at the hospital but she was still pictured smiling in the hospital parking lot.

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“And amazingly now we have a healthy, happy little one sleeping, as is her dad. Feeling blessed to have had excellent care and support from a great team, in what turned out to be a very fast (and happily uncomplicated) birth,” Genter wrote.

 

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