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If you think you have heard everything about being a parent, think again. From being a ''serial surrogate,'' to pretending to be a mother of a fake baby to home birth, ABC News reports on extreme parenting.

Reports include:
-Labor Orgasms: Some mothers have discovered the secret of turning one of the most painful things imaginable, childbirth, into a pleasurable experience.

-When Those Cute Babies Aren't Real: At first glance, they look like real babies, wearing beautiful new clothes with all of the accessories, and love, any baby could want. But there is something odd... take a closer look, and one can see that the babies are fakes. It is a bizarre new trend that's increasingly popular.

-A Serial Surrogate Mother: Many women say one of the greatest things they can do is give birth. So it is not surprising some women give birth for other couples, sometimes again and again. But do they do it for love or money, or is it an obsession with pregnancy? ABC News reports ''serial surrogates,'' including one woman who has given birth to 12 babies.

-Giving Birth at Home: American mothers are just catching on to an international trend to take childbirth out of the hospitals and into their own homes, with no formal medical assistance. Yet the American Medical Association issued a resolution this year stating that: ''the safest setting for labor and delivery is in a hospital.'' So why are more and more women ignoring the warnings and having their babies at home?

Airdate: 1/2/2009

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