asked this haunting question in bold red letters that hung over the startling image of a young mother breastfeeding her four-year-old. When the issue hit newsstands it re-ignited a longstanding mommy war in American culture. “I just wanna see you smile through all the hate/Marie Antoinette, baby, let ’em eat cake.” Gloria Carter herself delivers one of the most emotionally resonant parts of the song toward the end of the track, a spoken-word outro about her journey to self-acceptance: In an exclusive interview with i Heart Radio, Jay-Z explained the song “Smile” as “just what it is.” “There are gonna be bad times, and those bad times can do two things: They can get you in a place where you’re stuck in a rut, or it can make your future that much better because you’ve experienced these things,” he told the music site.
While a precipitate delivery can't always be prevented, doing regular prenatal exercises, like strengthening your pelvic floor, can help build the muscles you need to have the best delivery you can. Amazingly, she's never been in labor for longer than two hours.The amazing mama said she felt "no inkling, no feeling, no pain" ahead of the birth and was not expecting the baby that day. I've had five go that way and they have all been quicker than the last."Rapid labor is a thing The technical term for a quick delivery like this is a "precipitate labor." It's defined as any birth that lasts less than three hours and usually culminates in the baby coming out with an, ahem, spontaneous expulsion.But one of the most personal revelations in the album appeared in the third track, “Smile,” in which Jay-Z’s mother, Gloria Carter, comes out publicly as lesbian.“Mama had four kids, but she’s a lesbian/Had to pretend so long that she’s a thespian,” rapped Jay-Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter.