She announced the exciting news with an announcement video posted to WE tv's website."I don't know what I'm having yet, but if I had a bet, because of all the girls in our family, I'm probably having a girl. "I'm really excited to be a new mom, but there is some challenges that I'm going to have to face." RELATED: Mama June Reveals She's Keeping the Weight Off While Posing in Skintight Black Dress She continues on, explaining that she's "really nervous" about having a baby."My baby daddy's head is like the size of a friggin' watermelon, so imagine trying to push a watermelon out of your vagina," she continues.
Could you imagine having another little me around?!
A friend told The Mail on Sunday: “They’ve been together for months, on and off since last summer.
, is officially returning for a second season, the network announced on Monday. I mean, I wish you could just be pregnant for, like, 30 days and then [that's it]."Watch the full announcement by clicking HERE.
TOM Hughes shot to fame following his portrayal of Prince Albert in ITV's Victoria.
The hit ITV show has returned to our screens for a festive special - here's all you need to know about the handsome actor... The hunky star was brought up in Chester, Cheshire, where he attended Upton-by-Chester High School.
Plants and animals assimilate carbon 14 from carbon dioxide throughout their lifetimes.
When they die, they stop exchanging carbon with the biosphere and their carbon 14 content then starts to decrease at a rate determined by the law of radioactive decay.Radiocarbon dating is essentially a method designed to measure residual radioactivity.By knowing how much carbon 14 is left in a sample, the age of the organism when it died can be known.Gas proportional counting is a conventional radiometric dating technique that counts the beta particles emitted by a given sample. In this method, the carbon sample is first converted to carbon dioxide gas before measurement in gas proportional counters takes place.Liquid scintillation counting is another radiocarbon dating technique that was popular in the 1960s.Radiocarbon, or carbon 14, is an isotope of the element carbon that is unstable and weakly radioactive. Carbon 14 is continually being formed in the upper atmosphere by the effect of cosmic ray neutrons on nitrogen 14 atoms.