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Friday, February 18, 2005

Virtual Cigars for Everyone! February 17th 2005, a life-changing experience


My son was born yesterday, induced due to distress. This was our third, and possibly last, attempt. Nothing was easy. We have enough sonograms to make a film about child development. Due to his slow growth after the sixteenth week or so we've heard every worst-case scenario physicians and specialists can come up with, which is a lot by the way. As it turns out, his umbilical cord wasn't up umbilical cord specs.

Don't judge him based on what I'm about to tell you. I was born smaller with some health problems and I'm six feet tall, 190 pounds. Moreover, I'm only sick in the head.

Alexander was born three pounds, nine ounces. The nurses noted his "big feet and hands" and you know what that means. ;-)

He shares a birthday with, of all people, Paris Hilton (wtf?) and Denise Richards (Rowr!).

Needless to say, blogging, and posting on LGF, Jihad Watch, and Faith Freedom is going to slow down a great deal.

I'm running back to the hospital in a few minutes, after I have some coffee.

This is what it's all about.


Anonymous said...

Woohoooo! Congrats,, I mean, Chip!

Another little right-thinkin' Floridian enterin' the world is a good thang.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations Beagle. :)

Many blessings for your son. May he have health, happiness and a long life.


LASunsett said...

Enjoy. They grow up fast.

One day you will no doubt be typing about how you can't blog as much because your first grandkid was just born. You blink your eyes and next thing you know, it's here. So enjoy every milestone with pride, it's a great ride while it lasts.