Pregnant Mom Feels Burning ‘Down There’ During Ultrasound. OB-GYN’s Mistake Has Them In Hysterics

Rachel and Chris McQueen were excited to welcome their sixth child into the world. The Kentucky couple recently went on their regular prenatal ultrasound at her OBGYN’s office. What they didn’t know was their visit would leave them in hysterics as they recount the big mistake her doctor made that left her screaming in discomfort.

They realized the doctor had switched the lubrucating gel with something else. Something that shouldn’t be used down there.

When they got back in their car, they turned on the camera and recounted the events leaving them laughing hysterically while making us goggle right along with them. Watch their video and hear it from their perspective.

“The worse thing in OB history just happened to me,” she begins.

 

 

 

 

The Tale of a Fishermom

As a boymom of 3 outdoors loving little boys and a wife of a self-proclaimed pirate, I was destined to live a life on the water.

We often go fishing, just for the halibut. I often think to myself, “oh my cod, I can’t wait to get out on the water!” I’m willing to bait that most people think that fishing is a man’s sport. But I hope you know that this mama is reely hooked. There isn’t anyfin like it.  I’m sometimes a little koi about my love for fishing, but I’m going to be a little shellfish and take this oppor-tuna-ty to make you sea how much I enjoy it and then let you guys mullet over. I promise I’m not just fishing for compliments. I am writing this for a porpoise. You sea, my dad taught me how to fish when I was just a little gill. And now I fish all the time with my husband and kids, so I’m ofishally a profishonal. I can fish with the best of them as you can sea from the pictures. I used to be pretty crappie, but I’ve grown to be whaley good…bass-ically an expert. Sometimes we go out for a whole day and we don’t catch much, but even when the day is floundering, it’s still a day on the water, which happens to be our happy plaice. I’ve even caught a shark before. I fought so hard reeling it in that I almost pulled a mussel. Tank cod, I was ok. We live on the water, so even when we aren’t out dropping a line, I like to sit on my back perch sometimes and just enjoy our beautiful waterscape. The view is fintastic. It’s usually a shad bit hot outside and we get burnt. My cheeks and minnows usually get sunburned the worst. It’s worth it though, as I’ve waded a long time for these bragging rights. My husband a-piers to think that just because he holds several lake records that he’s the cream of the carp. But I gar-antee that I’ll beat that buoy’s record one day.

So water you waiting for, mamas? Get yourself a fishing pole like me and castaway. If you have any good fishing tails to share, you should dolphinately drop a line and let minnow!  Don’t worry if you feel like a fish out of water and not reely good at it. Just keep trying and you’ll eventually get batter. I’ll sea y’all later, I’m fin to get busy. Dying to trout my new pole.  😆😁🎣✌🏼

Our ghostly encounters in downtown Houston

Do you like a good scare? Although I’m not a fan of scary stuff, especially paranaormal activity like I used to be, its sometimes fun to get a little scared…deliciously scared! Do a little research, and you will find that there are many haunted spots in our very own downtown Houston that are not only some of the most haunted places in H-town, but also make the list for the most haunted places in Texas. I’ve had experiences with two of these places, the spooky Esperson Building and the creepy Spaghetti Warehouse. If you are ever brave enough to go on a chilling adventure with the kids to one of these places, just remember to enter at your own risk, keep the Ghostbusters on speed dial, be aware of your surroundings, and be afraid…be very afraaaaid…Buuuuaaaahaaaahaaaa!

I once worked in the Esperson Building, 808 Travis Street. For those of you who are familiar with downtown, its one of the oldest and most recognizable buildings in Houston. Mellie Esperson had the two buildings constructed for her husband, Niels, an oil tycoon, in 1927 and 1941. It is said that when they died, their ashes were entombed in the cupola at the top of the building and that Mellie still roams the hallways and elevators watching over her buildings. There have been several sightings of her in the hallways and the elevator, which has been known to open on its own and frequently malfunction. While working there, there were certainly places in the building that gave me goosebumps. There were several times when file cabinets mysteriously opened on their own and a frequent sensation that someone was standing behind you. The very old Renaissance inspired hallways are so eerily reminiscent of the hallways in “The Shining”. One time, we had a contractor in the building who was working late one night. As he was leaving, he saw a lady waving at the very end of the hallway…as he waved back, he suddenly noticed that she did not have any feet. She was floating. Needless to say, he never returned to work. The eyes of the people in the paintings on the walls are also said to move, following your every move. The building management offers tours, so if you ever want a good scare or possible ghost encounters, this is the place for you. Try contacting Cameron Management for a tour. http://www.cameronmanagement.com/

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Another well known haunted building is the Spaghetti Warehouse at 901 Commerce. This location became a restaurant in 1974. Prior to its current establishment, the building had a varied life. It was built in the early 1900s as a fruit and vegetable warehouse. It later became a pharmaceutical company before becoming a restaruant. As the story goes, a young pharmacist died after falling down the elevator shaft. His wife was so grief-stricken that she died a year later. The pair of ghosts allegedly have haunted the building ever since. Some people have reported seeing floating objects in the building and employees have reported sightings on the second floor. There is said to be a male spirit in the restroom.

My son and his grandparents went to eat there for the first time yesterday. What they experienced, has them now believing in the paranormal. As they were eating, grandpa kept noticing people go up to the 2nd floor. However, he noticed that nobody ever came back down. So, they assumed there was a party going on up there. When they asked the waiter, the waiter told them that they could go tour the upstairs and take a look for themselves if they wanted. As they climbed to the 2nd floor expecting to see all the people that had gone up there, they were startled to see that it was completely dark and completely empty. There was only 1 person up there, an employee who was eating. Where were all those people they had seen go up there? They spoke briefly to the employee and she said that she hates being alone up there and was glad that they showed up. She said she only eats there because thats where employees have to eat, but that many strange things happen up there. They noticed a closet at the end of the room. My son and his grandma both walked up to it and put their ear against it. What they heard, had them back up in a hurry and want to immediately leave. They both heard a very loud, heavy breathing coming from the other side. It was an annoyed sound, like someone who was disgruntled about having anyone up there. The employee said she was the only one up there, so who was making that sound? As all of that was going on, my son’s grandpa tried to snap a picture. Yet, when he tried to take a picture his phone suddenly and mysterioulsy went dead. He still had plenty of charge left on his battery, so it is quite startling that as soon as he tried to snap a picture, the battery drained and went dead. Thats when they decided to immediately leave the place. They came home telling me the story of their encounter as they were still trying to make sense of what happened. My son said that he really believes in ghosts now and that now he knows that Ghostbusters had to have been based on a true story.

While they weren’t able to get a picture of their visit, here is an image that came from other visitors of the warehouse. Can you spot the ghost in the picture?
Look closely on the right side of the picture.

So, there you have it. While there are many things to do in Houston this summer, if your family ever wants to experience a little paranormal activity then take a chilling adventure to one of these haunted places and have scary stories of your own to tell.

4th of July Summer Art Tutorial

We’re back with summer art tutorial #2! This 4th of July activity is a special one. We want you to create a card with your artwork as the cover. On the inside, write a letter to a soldier to thank them for their service. We celebrate 4th of July because it stands for freedom. It is freedom we would not have without the brave men and women who fought for that right. They have sacrificed so much for us. So, this is just a small gesture of appreciation that we think will go a long way in the hearts of our heroes. Help us honor them and thank them! If you want to draw something different for the cover, feel free to! There are many symbols that represent our great country besides the Statue of Liberty, like the bald eagle, our flag, the liberty bell, Uncle Sam, etc. So take your pick, create your card, and have a family member mail your card to the A Million Thanks Organization (address below). They will ensure your card gets to one of our heroes.

A Million Thanks
17853 Santiago Blvd. #107-355
Villa Park, CA 92861

Visit their website at www.amillionthanks.org

Thank you for participating! God bless you! God bless our troops, and God bless the United States of America!