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Boy or girl, can you tell?

Is this a boy or a girl? What do you think???




Well, I can tell you for certain it's a boy!!! That's what I do, afterall... BOYS!!!

So, meet our newest BOY! His name is Jacob!

No, not the one...

This one!





My apologies for the dark photo, it's getting on and we're all exhausted from a big, big day of moving furniture - more about THAT tomorrow! There'll definitely be many Jakey pics from here on in! I had to laugh when it finally dawned on me I'd gone and gotten yet another boy - I'm doomed to be girl-less!

Jakey was my parents dog, he's six years old and completely adorable! Unfortunatly they can't have him in their new home, so we gladly took him on! We were always going to get a dog one day but we didn't expect to get one so soon. In case you're wondering, the ultrasound depicted above is of Ari... Yes, I'm very cheeky, but if you seriously believed I might have a fifth baby, then you don't understand the depths of my contentment with four! Absolutely no more human babies for me!

Bless, bless Sif xxx

Comments

Jayne said…
Yay! At last, a dog in the family!
Sif Dal said…
I know! I'm so excited!
Jayne said…
OMG woman you seriously like, *totes* scared me for a microsecond there! :D

Now I can stop checking your blog all day ;) Very cute Furbaby, can't wait to meet him in person <3
Sif Dal said…
No way! C'mon, you know me way better than that, hahaha - if I was pregnant, you'd probably know long before Dave (I'd be too scared to tell him, rofl).
oh farking crap! my eyes about exploded out of my head!

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