Are you one of the animated film lovers? Maybe you’ve watched this one movie. Storks, an animated film that tells about sending baby packages by a fast track courier company run by storks. They ‘created’ babies, then sent them to parents who had ‘ordered’ them. It is these storks that deliver babies directly to their parents’ homes.
But it turns out, delivery of baby packages is not just figments or engineering. In fact, this baby package has indeed existed in the United States. But of course it is not sent by herons, but postmen. What’s the story? Check out the following article:
In early 1914, the United States post office received child and baby delivery packages
The United States Post Office Department on January 1, 1913, began package delivery services. This new service was immediately attracted by the public. They began shipping goods ranging from plantation tools, umbrellas, to babies. Yes, it turns out that in the old days, the delivery of babies by mail was available and legal.
This unique thing happened because at the beginning of this office there was no rule what could and could not be sent by mail
In a documented article, a curator named Nancy Pope said, some babies were sent via postal services. They are stamped, put in an open bag, then sent by a trusted post officer.
Luckily, all delivery of babies through this postman can be completed properly and of course congratulations to the destination
Delivery of the baby is known as mail baby. This type of package is sent with special handling and of course by a trusted postman. Luckily, during the mail baby history, their shipments can be completed properly. This means that the babies who are sent arrive safely. The delivery of the baby lasted only one year, around 1914 to 1915. After that, the official post office prohibited the sending of humans. But they still accept the delivery of other living things such as animals.