No, you’re fine. Let’s do one more, one more.
Does it have a name on there anywhere?
I don’t know.
I think it’s mine.
It can be yours?
If it’s yours, you’re welcome to stand there
I’m almost positive it’s her
Looks like her, but on the other hand, all babies look the same, so…
I think so. It’s mine. It has our name on it. It’s definitely mine.
You’re kidding, right?
No, I’m not kidding. I’ve got the same name right there.
When was she born?
She was just born, like, an hour ago, two hours ago.
An hour ago? Ah, what a beautiful baby.
The name’s on her ankle.
Just fed by her momma.
Real first. Real, real. That’s beautiful. Unbelievable. So many months to carry.
Yes, it’s been exciting.
What’s her name?
Jessica. Did you know that you’re a Jessica? Yeah.
It’s funny because when I went to Kiev, they had just started flying the flag—I mean the red and the yellow and the blue flag, and they said, “It’s Keeev, not Kee-ehv.”
You know, 16 years ago, she’s—
Can you step out of the way?
She’s prettier than my own baby.
Hey, Betty. Uh huh.
Hey, I don’t think he’s going to be here because he’s out on the road somewhere. I mean, we could page him, but he’s probably two hours away. Hey. She’s just getting back. It’s been an eventful nine months… ready for a nap! She looks like she can see us, but I thought they couldn’t see.
Do you have the baby’s nametag in that picture?
Do you have that baby’s nametag in that picture?
No, I can’t see it.
We don’t want the name showing.
You’d have to get permission from the parent.
somebody volunteered to
Oh, that was nice of them.
To do get them out of the
Yeah, I don’t look right there.
Oh, no, no, no.
This one has been gassy for about