I enjoyed watching this interview — quite humorous.
For us birth junkies, the most interesting part will be in the middle, starting about 2:45 or so, where he segues from talking about Taye Diggs’ character as a doctor (Kimmel asked if he’d delivered a baby) to being there when his son was born. They discussed doulas (Taye Diggs said she was awesome), and then drying and encapsulating the placenta (Diggs said they’d done that, but he was too scared to ask his wife if she’d actually taken any of the capsules). All in all, a pretty cool interview.
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