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White African Goes TMI

(TMI = Too Much Information) I usually don’t share that much personal information on this blog, I figure people just aren’t that interested, and it’s more for my thoughts and musings than as an autobiography. But, you know a proud father just can’t keep things in, and today I plan on doing just that. As MentalAcrobatics stated in my last article, I have a habit of dropping little pieces of personal info, today I wish to brag openly about my baby daughter.

Coriena was born yesterday evening (2/28/06), weighing in at 9.4 lbs. Some of you think that is big, those of you who know me personally realize that that’s just about par for the course. I have 2 other daughters who were both 8 lbs and 9.3 lbs. Another common feature of our children is their deep understanding of “African time” even before they are born – all have been late. Coriena showed herself to be the most stubborn though by showing up 8 days late.

So, without further ado, here are some pictures of Coriena and the other girls:


Coriena meets her sisters
Coriena meets her sisters

Now, your white african friend must be off to do responsible things like change diapers, cook food, run to the duka, etc…. Thank you for your well wishes and prayers, they are very much appreciated!

25 Comments

  1. yessssssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! about dang time!!!!!!!!!!!!! did your other new baby come as well?

  2. Heh, yes Ande, I got my new MacBook (lame name btw).

  3. Glad to see a little personal stuff here…I’m sure there are a lot of people that read your blog that are VERY interested! At least 2 of them are in the Martin house.
    Also glad to read and hear the voice of a proud father. Blessings.

  4. Those are the cutest little girls I have ever seen! And no I am not biased in any way on this subject….well maybe a little bit. But what more would you expect out of an aunt.

  5. Brilliant! and congratulations yet again!

  6. Congrats. I am glad that she is finally here and that all is well. Get some sleep.

  7. Congratulations!

    Please let me add this proverb.

    (ati, 3 daughters? Bwana, that’s a lot of dowry coming along one day… 🙂

  8. Congratulations! Wishing you everthing that’s good for your baby, her sisters, her parents and all those that come in contact with you.

    From an aspiring fairy godmother of learning!

  9. Congratulations!!

    You family must be very happy and your girls must be exhilarated to have a new baby sister (the photo shows it!).

  10. Sooo glad she’s here!!! Priase to our God for a safe (and fast!) delivery. Congratulations!

  11. Hey dude! Many congratulations on your latest bundle of joy!

  12. Congratulations dude – that is a triple of honey you got there 🙂

  13. Hi,

    Directed from Thinkersroom. Congratulations! I have been told (I don’t know from experience) that nothing can prepare one for the elation of being a father. Enjoy.

  14. Congratulations! Now if only they could stay this sweet forever.

  15. Congratulations. Those are really beautiful children!!!! Better start practising for when the boys start knocking. . .

  16. Congrats! another bundle of joy added to the pack.

  17. Hongera!!

    In have you bought a shotgun/rungu/bakora yet? Dude you are going to need it real soon !!

  18. Congrats! You’ll have to give your wife a break at some point… 9.3 lbs!

  19. Congrats Bro. Ain’t she cutteee!!!..All the best.

  20. Wow! The response has been overwhelming. Thank you all for your well wishes, it means a lot.

    If you’ve ever seen Bad Boys 2, you know how I’ll be answering the door in the coming years. 🙂

  21. Congrats Hash. What a joyful time. I can still remember from a few months ago how happy I was with my baby. Gets better every day too! Hope things are as peaceful as can be expected!

  22. beautiful baby, and perfect name! I was just searching my own name and came across your website. It’s an uncommon name, and the spelling is always different. your girls are adorable.

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