Friday, April 10, 2009

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.


dan said...

Some balls are held for charity
And some for fancy dress
But what they weren't last Saturday
Are the balls that some like best!

sorry/congratulations on the slight change of plans. Awesome story/illustration, though!

veganmomma said...

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

Jo said...

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

shellyloree said...

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

This Must be the Place . . . said...

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