4.10.07

Trifecta

Mrs. P pumped out another boy a couple of weeks ago. Atta-girl!

You can see here that the Fletchmonster isn't a big fan of that 'new baby smell.'

Yeah... everything's rosey here, as the Sarge gets acquainted with his brothers. He came out of the chute at 7 lbs. 15 oz., though I'm not sure why anybody cares. I might care if I was a woman, though, and had to push out something that sizeable out of my cooch. Goddamn.

I always have to remember not to look down after the baby comes out. For those gentlemen who've never had the pleasure... What do you get when you cross your wife's 'chocha' with a Jackson Pollock painting?

Heh.

Heh-heh.

Heh.


All kidding aside, I'm proud of the Mrs.

That looks painful as f*ck to go through, and she's gone through it willingly three times. Of course, she comes from Irish stock... All they need to birth is some Bailey's, a pot of warm water, tree bark, a rope and a couple of dishrags (รก la Christy Brown's mother), though Mrs. P's a bit Americanized so they had to throw in an epidural.

Well, then, I'm off to go play hockey tonight... and to have a toast to the O-Dog, the Fletchmonster and the Sarge.... to the advent of the daddy stitch....

and to Jackson Pollock.

16 comments:

archshrk said...

Congratulations on sarge. Are you sure Fletchmonster has an issue with the "new baby smell"? Who took the photo?

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, beautiful baby! Congratulations!

And yeah, it hurts like hell to give birth, says one who accidentally had a natural birth with her 9.5 pound son.

Thanks for the confirmation on the "don't look down" thing. I threatened my husband with severe and violent ramifications if he went anywhere near my cooch while I was giving birth. He didn't think it would be an issue; I was sure it would, so he wasn't allowed to stray any farther south than my rib cage. :-)

jfh said...

Welcome, Sarge! I'm truly happy for you and the whole platoon. Three boys! Good for you, Mrs. P.

Bella Rossa said...

Ohhhhhhhh it's a baby!!!!!

Congrats, master procreater. My best to Mrs. P. A Bailey's toast, to stereotypes and new life!!

Mary Tsao said...

Congratulations! Three boys. Wow, just wow.

The Turmanators said...

A toast to Sarge, but mostly to Mrs. Prego, who is clearly a wonder. I had two breech babies who refused to turn, so I was cut open with the assistance of lots o' drugs. No pain 'til later. My hunsband entertained me during the procedures by making proclamations like "That incision is larger than she said it would be!" or "Wow, can you feel all that tugging?" (I swear I'm not kidding). He's got a thing or two to learn from you, Prego!

Good luck with #3. I'm thrilled you are still gracing the blogging world with your wonderful, sarcastic humor despite the hectic schedule you must be keeping.

tiff said...

You said "daddy stitch." Dude, just be careful about getting back to the procreatin', because the one MY doc gave me was a tad uncomfy at first.

Go easy on Mrs P., and CONGRATULATIONS to all.

surcie said...

It's been a while since I've visited, and I've clearly missed a lot! CONGRATULATIONS, Prego!

glomgold said...

Congrats on the new son!
I don't think I ever want to witness that...

panthergirl said...

Congratulations!!!!!

the beige one said...

Congratulations, MFer!

scottenvonrotten said...

Looks tasty.

Naw. just kidding you.

Really though. They do look pretty scrumptious.

ribbiticus said...

a very belated congratulations to you and the mrs.! ;)

angela marie said...

Congrats! Those are some damn cute kids...they get it from their mother? ;)

Surcie said...

I had a c-section but the Bailey's still woulda come in handy.

Gah, you make some cute kids, Prego.


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keda said...

so very cute. well done. sorry so long... but have been thinking of you! thanks for the card. and i voted. fyi.

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