I have known about this for a while, but don’t really have a great way to put it out there – especially within the confines of 140 characters. I’m actually thinking no one will see this, which means I got away with it. So it turns out we’re pregnant with our third child! Surprise! Abigail is 6 and Amalie is 2 – we were discussing having a third child, but hadn’t got very far in those discussions – much like that last two, this one was a bit of a surprise – but a great one! We’re due December 24, 2010 – and since the last two kids arrived exactly on their due dates, we’re considering doing something about that, and perhaps convincing it to arrive a couple of weeks early. I don’t really want to call my kid Noel or Jesus (Hay-Zues), you know? We’ve actually known about this for quite a while – as a matter of fact, if anyone from my Twitter family reads this, they’ll remember my wife was very sick earlier this year and had 2 major surgeries in 3 days. Well, the second surgery was guided by ultrasound and guess what else they found? So yeah – we actually have a 6 week ultrasound picture of our little peanut. We don’t know what it is, and we didn’t know on the other ones either. We’ll see at the 20 week ultrasound, I guess. It’s funny – everyone we’ve told, which isn’t many people, has said: “Awww, you guys are trying for a boy!” Truthfully, we weren’t and if I was given the choice, I would actually want another girl. I love raising girls and there’s some kind of special connection with them as a dad. Anyway, we’re excited about this news and I’ll likely continue to vent here about it when Twitter just won’t do.
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My name is Tom Sedens - I’m a happily-married husband for over 15 years, father to 2 girls and 1 boy. I’m a vehicle/driving freak. Also - an outspoken guy, Apple fanatic, lover of pie and a seeker of justice for the people. My favorite saying is: Take away everything money can't buy and death can't take away, and you'll see how rich you really are. Oh, and I write about vehicles. I'm a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC). If you have any questions, or if you have a vehicle you'd like to see featured in Wildsau's garage, please feel free to contact me. I love driving anything. Always have, always will. Subscribe to my blog if you’ve enjoyed your stay. And drop me a line - I always appreciate comments on my posts, and any feedback you might have.