In New Zealand, an elected woman ran to give birth in hospital

In New Zealand, an elected woman ran to give birth in hospital

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Julie Ginter, here on December 1, 2020 in Wellington, New Zealand, gave birth to a baby girl on November 28, 2021.

Unusual – it is an original means of transportation to get to the maternity ward. Julia Ann Ginter, Ecologist-Elect New Zealand, I decided to turn to hospital To go for the birth on Sunday, November 28 at night. Hours after the baby was born, the parliamentarian published pictures of her on her bike social networks The happy event was announced.

“Great news! At 3:04 am we welcomed a new member of our family. I didn’t really plan to take the bike when labor really started, but he did. (…) And now we have a happy, healthy little baby sleeping, like her dad,” the official shares The national team is from the United States and has lived in New Zealand since 2006.

This isn’t the first time for Julia Ann Ginter, who is already the mother of a 3-year-old. In 2018, the then-Minister of Women’s Affairs associated with the Ministry of Transport had already used her bicycle to give birth. Before riding her bike, she posted a message on her social networks: “Nice Sunday morning for a bike ride, toward the hospital, to induce labor and finally have this baby.”

She also shows her love for this ecological mode of transportation in her bio on social networks, on which she proudly writes: “I love my bike.”

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