According to Rodrigo Kunstmann, a photographer, childbirth is a special moment and it should be captured. His pictures of newly born babies generally make the viewers emotional.
However, this last picture he captured went viral for a whole different reason. The baby in this picture looks very grumpy!
Rodrigo was ready to click pictures of Isabela Pereira de Jesus as she was born in a hospital in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was on 13th February, Thursday afternoon that the baby was born via caesarean operation.
Normally, babies are born wailing and crying. If not, the doctors make sure that they cry, as it ensures that the baby’s lungs are healthy. But Isabela’s birth was accompanied by none of these. Rather, she was looking at the obstetrician with what can be called an angry stare.
This funnily grumpy expression of her has made her into an instant meme! It has garnered more than 4k likes on Facebook.
Rodrigo said that as Isabela saw the world, she didn’t wail, rather she made this sulky face. Daiane kissed her gently and then the umbilical cord was cut. It was then that she finally cried. He added that while posting this picture he had a slight idea that it might end up being a meme.
Daiane and her husband Renato Pereira da Rocha were not planning to have a baby. Daiane’s pregnancy came as a surprise to them during the 5th week. She suffered from a condition- subchorionic hematoma that leads to blood accumulation between the uterus and the placenta.
This made her take 2 weeks’ rest as she was warned of a miscarriage. But fortunately, everything went well and Isabela was born.
The mother said that her daughter is born courageous and that she is already going viral. She added that her baby always has wrinkles on her forehead whenever she is being nursed. She was to take birth on February 20th but Isabela chose to come early, this defines her personality, according to her mother.
The picture is hilarious but we can sympathize with baby Isabela for being dragged out of her home.Anyone would be mad if it were done to them!
All images: Rodrigo Kunstmann