Monday, January 16, 2006

IT'S A BOY!!! AGAIN!

JoAnna, Lucas, and I piled into the car early this morning to drive into Honolulu to get our first ultrasound for this baby. We were both delighted to see our offspring (most importantly) was healthy (counting fingers/toes, watching heartbeat, looking into brain, checking face structure), but then wait, what was that between it's legs? I noticed before the tech said anything and looked at JoAnna, she didn't catch the glimpse. The tech looked at all three of us and said, "Well, it's definitely another boy!" High fives all around.

I guess this makes it sound like we wouldn't have been happy to hear we were having a girl, but that's not really the case. I've always wanted Lucas to have a brother...and I'm excited about having two boys under three. This means as the boys grow up they will be (depending on the state) they will be two years apart (1st/3rd, 4/6th) I like that division...close but not too close.

Can you tell I'm excited?

4 comments:

Brandon said...

Alright! Now you just have to mention to Joanna that you guys need four more to fill out a hockey team.

You knew there was a baby and what it was before Joanna. Are you sure you're not the one who's pregnant?

And Lucas is HUGE! You definitely have to let me know when he starts dunking basketballs!

We had freezing rain today. Jealous?

--Brandon

p.s. Grinding rails is a lot harder on skies than a snowboard. I have the discoloration to prove it.

Dave & Lynnette Mason said...

Awesome dude.. Keep being a great dad.. Congrats

Dan s said...

Congrats, dude!

Anonymous said...

Congrats!! Amanda and I are planning on having another probably in a year. We would like Caleb to have a little brother, but he keeps asking for a baby sister hehe. Kids can be so cute. Anyways, congrats again tim and joanna. Sorry we weren't able to come to Honolulu while we were on our honeymoon. We only had a week and traveling to another island would have just made us more tired for when we got back to Indiana for all our family christmas'.
Aloha,
Corey