Monday, January 29, 2007

Attention! Your attention, please!

I wanted to make an announcement to all my loyal readers, there will soon be another Junior Intergalactic Gladiator gracing our lives. Below are the ultrasound pictures:



We are going on 16 weeks, so the baby will be born in July. Kiera is also very excited about becoming a big sister and is ready to help out. As you can see in the pictures, the baby is waving and sticking out his tongue, so we're pretty sure he's a boy.

Patricia's doing well, though she's had morning sickness (usually at night) and a lot of fatigue. Of course she has her odd cravings, but I'm taking it all in stride. Yep, I'm a real trooper all right.

25 comments:

Gaia said...

:O

Oh my gosh, congratulations!

Have any names picked out yet?

Kid Flash said...

Me and my entire family wish you and your family the best and congratualations!
Kid Flash.

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

Gaia, we are seriously thinking about Paxton if it's a boy.

November Rain said...

congrats from my entire long list of characters...

tell the wife soft salty prezles for the morning sickness (like the german ones not the things served in barrooms)

trust me it works

Private Hudson said...

Paxton? That's lame.

Bill Johnson - Editor, TVChicken.com said...

Congratulations, Jon!

Sonograms always look more like weather radar pictures than images of actual babies to me, but it's still cool!

A Army Of (Cl)One said...

Congrats to you Jon. Two is much more intresting then one. No who AM I kidding, Stay at one child for the love of all that is good. The horror, the horror

(guess who had a tough weekend with the two lil' clones)

really it is great as they get older and have someone to play wiht. I have the two and it is great. Thumbs up to you.

Jabafatboy said...

well all I can say is he kinda looks like his dad at this point !

( shady ) hehehe

Seriously congrats.

Skywalker said...

That is wonferful, man! Congrats!

Dark Jedi Kriss said...

AWWEEEEEE! Congrats! Has she asked for pickles and ice cream yet? *smiles* Give her a hug from me!

Kristi said...

Grats Jon :) I'm very happy for you both and glad it's not me! :-D

Gyrobo said...

Congratulations!

Children are our most precious resource, more valuable than even coal! And we need coal, to power our steamships.

But then again, planes and trucks have done a pretty thorough job replacing waterway transport...

Therefore children are a more fungible commodity than coal, but only until fusion power is practical.

Did I already say congratulations?

Vegeta said...

congrats

Erifia Apoc said...

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!

Professor Xavier said...

Another girl? Oh well. Better luck next time.

Professor Xavier said...

I am so totally kidding. Sorry. I knew I shouldn't but I just couldn't resist.

Seriously though, you'll get it right one of these days.

Professor Xavier said...

No! What I mean to say is - Congratulations!

And I do not mean that at all sarcastically.

Local Henchmen 432 said...

First of all, Congrats. Also, I think Henchy would be a great name.

Lt. Cmdr Oneida said...

Congratulations!!!! That is wonderful. Just remember, deep breathing, take it in stride, and no matter how much sense you may think it makes doritos soaked in cocanut milk is not good. Really not good.

Is now a good time to mention the bottom picture looks a bit like Abe Lincoln on the penny?

Professor Xavier said...

Whoopsie. I just re-read the post and realized you didn't say the new one was a girl so my misoginistic comments didn't really make any sense. OK, forget my non-PCness. Let's pretend I just said -

Congratulation!

Summer Dawn O'Ciardha said...

A baby- *Cooes* -Jon, congratulations!

Lori said...

Congrats....sending only the best your way....Hopefully the sickness will disappear soon!!!

Have a great day!!!

Captain Berk said...

Once, I got his weird space alien pregnant. As the 3 months of gestation rolled along, she appeared to get younger and younger, which was all gravy for me.

By the time the child was born, she was barely a child. When the baby came out, it was a fully grown adult.

This made me confused, so I laid down for a bit.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Congrats.. if it's a boy, call him Hudson.

How do you know I'm not Liddy Wales? said...

Look at the news I miss when I... er.... don't keep up with the news. Been even further out of the loop than usual. Anyway. Congratulations! Happy baby-growing! I'm sure he'll make a fine intergalactic gladiator!