Even though my wife’s only eight weeks into the pregnancy and the kid’s just two centimeters long, today we could see fingers, a heartbeat (at 167 beats a minute), and the occasional wiggle.
Congratulations IF! Only what… 29? and you have already beaten Kant in one area! Next up- a Critique of Pure Lovin’. Give M a high-5.
Herzlichen Glueckwunsch! That’s great news. You’re the second couple I’ve heard about today (and the third within the past week) that’s expecting a child.
so if it’s a boy, would you not dress him in a sweater that has buttons on the left side?
Congratulations to you and Melita. That’s fabulous news indeed! Will be praying for you both…er, all three of you!
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Weblog Watch | 14 November 2005
SI Associate Editor Austin Matzko is going to be a daddy! See the ultrasound pictures on his blog, Il Filosofo, in “il feto del filosofo.”
[...] In all seriousness, Austin has a great blog. Check it out. Often. He actually, you know, “like” posts stuff ;o) Oh, and if you haven’t figured it out yet, he and Melita are in need of serious congratualtions and well-wishing. What they’ve got in the oven now puts his festive rice crispy treats to utter shame ;o) If it’s cooing you want, Austin, you WILL get it! (And that is a threat.) [...]
[...] Happy Thanksgiving! Those of you who read my husband’s blog have probably figured out why the debut of my new phlog was delayed. We have a debut of another sort expected in June, and that has been a bit of a distraction for me physically and mentally. But I just had to get started so you could catch a few glimpses of Boston in the fall. The turning of the leaves was late this year because of the rain. In fact, we had a day full of snow before the trees really got started. Despite the delay and some odd waves of weather, there have been beautiful colors in almost every corner of the city. We spent an afternoon walking with friends through Arnold Arboretum, the southernmost park in the chain of green spaces Boston calls “The Emerald Necklace.” [...]
[...] the Bean at nine weeks. We didn’t get as clear a picture as we did for brother Sam, but we did see a speedy heartbeat and some wiggling. This entry was written by filosofo and [...]