Congratulations to the Jerzyks

We see eye to eye on nary a thing, but Matt Jerzyk and I will have one thing in common very soon: fatherhood. Congrats to Matt and his wife on the impending birth of their first child. As proof that he has not yet gone through the birthing rite, Matt is apparently blogging from the delivery room. (Incidentally, he called it a “labor” room…no word yet on how Mrs. Jerzyk is “progress” – ing … heh). Methinks his priorities may be about to change … Anyway, “preemptive” congratulations and God bless to the Jerzyk family.
Update: (From Matt) COLIN BENJAMIN JERZYK born at 4:17pm at 8lbs. 15oz. Mother and son are doing great and resting at Women & Infants.

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15 years ago

I think this is actually No. 2 for Matt, unless I’m mistaken. Somehow he must have survived blogging the first!

15 years ago

i couldn’t believe he was blogging from the hospital!i don’t know the guy personally and oppsose him at every turn,but he needs to breathe!and enjoy the moment-i never saw my first child until she was almost 5 months old-she was born on the night i got to the border patrol academy and they weren’t very touchy-feely there, so i didn’t get “paternity leave”but i was right there for my second one

Matt Jerzyk
15 years ago

Marc –
Thank you for your heartfelt blessing and I wish you the best on entering the wonderous world of fatherhood.
Of course, I was not so callous as to blog while my wife was awake or in labor. I took advantage of her naps in the 25-hour labor process.
Thankfully, it’s over and mother and child are healthy – which is something, at the end of the day, we can all agree on.
Good luck and blessings to you, Marc!

15 years ago

Matt, I think I was confused…I thought this was your first. Doesn’t matter though, the congrats and blessings still stand! And I already have two fine young girls (that’s enough!!!). Now that we’ve got that all squared away, get some sleep!

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