Thursday, February 23, 2006

Clue #4--Antici ... ... ... pation.

My, what a nice spine.

That looks like a boy's spine.

Or a girl's spine.

Who knew they looked so alike, right?

Can't tell? Have a guess? Question in the back? Let me know what your guesses are.

No prizes for the winner, but the sooner you guess, the sooner I may...or may not...let you know.


  1. You're lucky I can even discern what's in those sonograms. When my friend Erika posted hers, I was like "WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON?!?!" Luckily, she had links to the same photos with arrows and titles for body parts. I still kinda didn't get it.


    So...let's see. The child can bend like only a child or a freakishly flexible adult can (like ERIC - it scares me)...And she/he has a spine that look...spinetacular. I'd say...


    Okay, maybe I'm just hoping it's a girl because they're more fun to buy cute stuff for.

    Hey, I'm not the parent. I don't have to play that "I don't care if what the sex is as long as it's healthy!" game. I WANT A GIRL!

    Ha! So, out with, Bradsteins!

  2. Good thing that we're not planning on particularly gendered items for Baby. That way, you don't need to know and can buy anything that you want. On the other hand, you might be horrified to find out that we put that lovely Easter dress on our son. (And he'll certainly hold that over our heads later.)

    Yep. Little Boy Bradstein.

  3. You know what? I'm going to buy him his first pink outfit. Women love men who are comfortable in "feminine" colors. :)


  4. That's good to know about women who like men who are secure in feminine colors. That means that I don't have to give up my pink, leopard-skin pillbox hat.

  5. So, I like to know now, whether its a boy or girl?