New Zealand lawmaker Julie Ann Genter went on his bike to the hospital on Sunday morning with her delivery. The politician gave birth to her young daughter an hour later. A few hours later, she shared the good news on social media.
We were greeted by the newest member of our family from 3am to 4pm. I wasn’t really planning on cycling during labour, but in the end it happened
Written by Julie Ann Ginter. he added:
We have a healthy, cheerful drop and he’s sleeping now, just like his dad.
Ginter, a New Zealand-American dual national, arrived in the Pacific in 2006. He is the Green Party spokesperson on transportation issues. The local press wrote that she actually arrived at the hospital on her bike in 2018 when she was first born.
By the way, the politician had just shared a few days ago on his community side that he got an electric bike.
Gorgeous! Finally got an e-bike and bike to work this morning. One of the things I loved about biking in Beijing was the sense of connection to the sights, smells and feelings of the city. Felt very connected to Poneke this morning (also the air quality is much better here) pic.twitter.com/Jl7aE9p4rW
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