My Heir

We’re having a boy!

Me, part 2

Bridgette and I had our ultrasound yesterday, and it was most pleasing. The lady-technician pointed at a blurry gray blob on her monitor and told us it was a penis. Straining our eyes, we nodded vaguely and smiled at the news. I suppose she would know – she’s the expert. For all I could tell, we were watching grainy home video of a Siberian nightscape.

On the way out of the door, I decided to try and take advantage of my wife’s beaming good spirits. Unfortunately, Bridgette immediately rejected my Neverending Story triumvirate of boy names: Bastian, Atreyu, and Falcor. This dampened my enthusiasm significantly.

I’ll leave you with this – one scientist’s bold prediction as to my son’s eventual appearance:

My baby

That’s science!

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7 Responses to My Heir

  1. Whale Man says:

    I remember once upon a time you posting about other parents blogging about their children and the social farse of family blogs. I see now the future of JLP is destined to multitudes of poop postings about said Appolo’s arrival. Appolo was the name you chose right?

  2. tim hopps says:

    You missed the boat on this post… you should have added a penis to the illustration and said that it was the ultrsound photo.

    Anyway, my sincere congratulations.

  3. Sarah says:

    There’s nothing wrong with Bastian Atreyu Welle!!!

    What about Elklor?

  4. Guy Incognito says:

    So, your son will eventually be missing a hand, most of a leg, and his penis? Sad.

  5. Sarah says:

    that’s why he’s grimacing.

  6. Guy Incognito says:

    Actually, maybe it’s there, but just shrunken to invisibility by the obvious steroid use.

  7. Thom says:

    No, Peter and Bridget’s son is destined to grow up to be the leader of a tribe in a post apocalyptic future brought about by a dispute between Dick Cheney and Nancy Pelosi. He lost his missing appendages in a battle with Bono (who will be driven mad and start wearing a mask and leather chaps. The future holds great things.

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