First and foremost, I apologize if I haven't provided a fresh, new story (or two) for reading. I haven't really had the time to sit down and seriously write a new story. Believe it or not, it takes time...lots of time. Second, I periodically read through my own stories for inconsistencies, speeling errors, etc. One of the largest inconsistencies are the pregnancy ratios - measured feet outward and in width to the number of children. Although the children are born in their third trimester, they are born with a healthy, matured size of an average baby weighing around 3.5 kg (or ~7 lbs). As measurements for the women's' internal living quarters do not correlate to their external measurements (e.g..; suites within the hotel on the 60th through 65th floors), the same holds true for the number of infants gestating within the society women's' belles. Think of the pregnancy ratios as the number of feet to the number of infants. The measurements are calculated semi-exponentially.