Muse broke the news yesterday. It’s official: I’m going to be a Daddy. tee hee
We’ve known for a little over a month but we wanted to make sure everything was OK (or as OK as it can be) before we started telling everyone. So now the whole world knows (well at least the tiny piece of the world that visits our web pages).
The top shows the whole baby and the bottom pic is a close up of the head and you can just see a hand and some fingersjust in front of the face. Seems like a kind of awkward angle.
Kinda creepy looking isn’t it?
It’s estimated that it’s roughly 12 weeks in those pictures so that would put it at about 13 weeks right now.
Well there you have it.
Our company’s CEO is in the office today and there are lunches and dinners planned to keep him amused and well fed. However I must have missed an e-mail somewhere along the line. The office manager bounded into my office asking for my baby picture.
You want what? A baby picture of me? Those are all in the States and not scanned. Why?
So it’s something to do with some activity during a dinner. So I’m assuming we will be expected to guess the employee by their baby pic. I got nothing. SO, I decided to improvise.
Here’s the first one I sent to the office manager:
I think my Mother would agree that this is a pretty close approximation to any real baby pictures that do exist. But this was denied as an acceptable submission.
I think that’s the one they are going to use. Without the watermark of course. I still say the monkey picture is better, but there’s just no accounting for taste on this side of the world. Perhaps the hat won them over?
This shark was looking all over for a way to open up the clear tubes to get to the tasty humans. Taken at Ocean Park.