>Well, That’s a Surprise.

>Doctor: There’s the head, she’s head down, and her hand…
Josh: Is that her spine?
Doctor: Yes…and there’s a leg. Everything looks good. Did you say they told you this is a girl?
Dalyn: Yes. WHY?
Doctor: Then what’s that?
Dalyn: …
Doctor: That looked like a penis and those look like testicles. Let’s take another look. It could just be swollen labia…
Josh: Um, I’ve seen bathroom drawings less graphic than that.
Doctor: Well, I have 3 boys and I’m 99% sure that’s a boy….I was really sad when my third wasn’t a girl…But, well, what does that look like to you?
Dalyn: Really big balls.

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5 Responses to >Well, That’s a Surprise.

  1. dan says:

    >Some balls are held for charityAnd some for fancy dressBut what they weren’t last SaturdayAre the balls that some like best!sorry/congratulations on the slight change of plans. Awesome story/illustration, though!

  2. veganmomma says:

    >Hmm, so what will the name be? I’m glad you found out now. What a surprise that would have been at the birth!

  3. Jo says:

    >so…if keeping with the “plants, trees and flowers” kind of theme you seemed to like. How about some of the following:ASHTON: English unisex name derived from a place name, meaning “ash tree settlement.” HOLLIS: English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Old English holegn “holly” denoting someone who “lives near holly trees.” KAI: Native American Navajo name meaning “willow tree.” Compare with other forms of Kai. KYLE: Variant form of Hebrew Kelila, meaning “crown” or “laurel.” Used as a Yiddish name. Compare with another form of Kyle.LORENE: Variant spelling of English Loreen, meaning “little laurel tree….boy this is hard

  4. shellyloree says:

    >Jo forgot to add ELMer, of North American origin, meaning “kid who loves to sniff glue and go hunting rabbits”

  5. >Um, just for the record, I'm really glad you didn't name him Kyle on Jo's recommendation. Ahem.

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