Forthcoming attractions

Coming soon (well, late August/early September, God willing), and as hinted at in my earlier post, here is #3 in all her/his 65.8mm-long glory:

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With thanks to the team at King’s College Hospital, where the 12-week (or so) scan took place last week.

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14 Responses to Forthcoming attractions

  1. Nick says:

    Congratulations!

  2. Phil Walker says:

    Congratulations, best wishes and prayers for you all, John.

  3. joel hunter says:

    Wonderful news! Blessings to you and Mrs. C.E.

  4. Devona says:

    he/she is very adorable. Those are quite attractive nubs. πŸ™‚

    I pray your wife has a comfortable pregnancy, and I hope it doesn’t get into the 90s during August like it did for me.

  5. CPA says:

    Woo-hoo! Congratulations!

  6. Tom R says:

    Congrats too, JH. Another future immigrant to Australia in 2028…

    We’re expecting boy #3 in about two weeks’ time. The other two will be 6.4 and 4.3.

  7. John H says:

    Tom: congratulations, and hope everything goes well over the next couple of weeks and beyond.

    Another future immigrant to Australia in 2028…

    Funny you should mention that. I keep quoting “One for mum, one for dad and one for Australia” to my wife. πŸ˜‰

  8. Jeremy says:

    Congratulations!

  9. Twylah says:

    Oh, congratulations and God’s blessings to your family!

  10. JR Hermeneut says:

    Congratulations! That’s one for the great, one for the swell and one for the pedals.

  11. RandomDan says:

    Congratulations from both Elle and I. We will pray for both you and your wife.

    Not to scare you, but I found the link below while doing my normal surfing a few days ago.

    http://nhsblogdoc.blogspot.com/2007/03/how-many-mothers-and-babies-have-to-die.html

  12. John H says:

    Dan – thanks.

    As for the NHS, we’ve been delighted by the treatment provided for both previous births. Two c-sections (one of them technically an emergency), all the attendant scans and medical support both pre- and post-natal, all free at the point of use.

    And the infant mortality rate in the UK is still significantly below that in the US.

  13. Tom R says:

    B-b-but… the NHS is SOCIALI[Z]ED MEDICINE! And my King James specifically quotes Jesus (Words of Christ in Red) as condemning socialism!

  14. Tom R says:

    Please don’t tell me that Peter Costello’s “have one for Australia” slogan has been heard of anywhere outside this country… PPlease.

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