Posted by: Gregg | December 4, 2007

Introducing….

At 2:38 on Monday afternoon, Gavin Thomas Winsor was born. Baby and momma are doing fine. He was delivered by a nurse before the doctor arrived, hopefully establishing a lifelong precedent of promptness. He was 6 pounds, zero ounces, and 18 inches long.

After his first successful breastfeeding session, he asked for the latest Philip Roth novel.

Pictures to come.

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Responses

  1. Congrats! How very exciting for all of you!

  2. Congratulations to you and your family. We can’t have too many avid readers in the world.

  3. Hooray for wee Gavin! Congratulations to you and the Mrs. Pusher!

  4. Congrats!

  5. Yay bebeh! Congrats and so on.

  6. good name! congrats you two (three).

  7. Congratulations Greg!!!

  8. Hugs from us here to all of you there!
    colin

  9. Congratulations!!!!!!!

  10. Congrats dude, that is awesome! 🙂

  11. Congrats! We’ve got a stack of preemie-sized diapers for you; they’ll get you through until he caps 7 pounds.

  12. Congratulations!!!!!!!

  13. Fantastic! Congrats and hope that Gavin Thomas enjoys the Philip Roth.

  14. Awesome!
    Welcome aboard Gavin!

    Have fun Gregg, time flies!

  15. Congratulations! The only advice I ever got about being a new dad that was worth a hoot was this:

    SLEEP WHEN THE BABY SLEEPS

  16. I’m slow, but congratulations man! Welcome to Club Father. 🙂 Prepare to laugh so hard your gut will split.

  17. Gregg,
    Congratulations to you and your wife on the birth of your son Gavin. Gavin, congratulations on being born.

    At what age do we stop measuring our height in inches?

    Mickey, 69.5 inches long


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