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Who is Kastenbaby!?

Tim and I would love to just take your guesses as to who is thinking what about our little babe. Our baby will never have to know if you were wrong ;) Maybe we'll award the winner with something special!!!


Please leave your answer in the blog's comments section below.

1. Boy or Girl
2. Weight
3. Height
4. Arrival Date
5. any other details (Joe is "guessing" it will be Strawberry Blonde/Orange like their cat Tabasco...haha!)

Comments

Amy:

Boy
7.4 lbs
20 inches
Arriving August 8
Feisty
Tessica said…
Tessica:

Girl
6 lbs, 8 oz.
19 1/2 inches
8/8/11
Blonde :)
Jordan DeBoer said…
Boy (Duh!)
7lbs 7oz
19.75 inches
08/11/2011
Hair color will be whatever Tim's beard color is at the time of birth...
tim kastenbauer said…
Boy
6 lbs 7 oz
18.5 inches
Anonymous said…
Joia:
Girl
7 lbs 2 oz
19.5 inches
08/10/2011
Toehead OR Bald :)

Vince:
Boy
9 lbs 5 oz
19 inches
8/10/2011
Blonde
The Adamack's said…
Alicia:
Girl!!!
6.7 lbs
20.5"
8/8
Blonde hair and Blue Eyes

Joe:
Boy
8.2lbs
20"
Orange fur, I mean hair
Anonymous said…
Amanda:

Girl
7 lbs, 2 oz
20 in
8/9/2011
Blue eyes, brown hair? (Amy - didn't you have brown hair when you were born?)

I am very excited for the two of you! Could you please message me or Susan your address? Thank you!
mom-suzy said…
From the getgo I thought it was going to be a girl...but
Boy (boys are nice....girls too, but I think boys are nice to give birth to)
8 lbs. 9 oz. (Tim was 8 lb 5 oz)
22" long (Tim was 21" long)
8/11/11 (Tim was born at 3:48 am during a horrendous snow storm!)
Dark blue eyes, really light brown hair w/a hint of strawberry, turning blonde as he grows older.

Do I get a special award for the Tim trivia even if I'm totally wrong with my guesses?
Anonymous said…
kevie:

Girl.....
8 lbs 6 oz.
20 in.
August 9th
Blue Eyed Blondie

and kevin can still make a great middle name for a girl.
sarahkrauel said…
Boy
8 lbs. 5 oz.
20 in.
August 10
Bald baby :)
Anonymous said…
Mike Krauel says...
boy
8lbs 6oz
20.5 in
August 15
I agree with Jordan on the beard color
Anonymous said…
Grandpa Mike makes a late guess
It's a boy
I'll guess 8 lbs 3 oz
19" long
Born approx 5:30 AM, August 7th
And I think Cody would be a great name
Anonymous said…
Oh yes, Not to be Left out. We were out of town when this game started! Oddly enough Celebrating Amy's Uncle Keith's 60th (8/7/1951) Birthday! So, anyway, I'd say we agree with Mike all the way! A husky boy! (So happy for you, besides we need another hunting generation! Us American Girl doll owners will unite next time around...maybe!!)
Have to admit I thought Cody would have a big head of Suzy Nordstrom hair!( Amy had a lot of dark hair at birth!) Cody will have away to go to catch up with Amy's weigh in though...9.6 oz as I recall. She was an early morning babe as well. I will also add that many a women will be jealous of the quick birth... way to go Mimi!
Love Mom
Official Stats:

Cody Alton= Boy
8 pounds 3 ounces
19 inches
3:20am Sunday August 7th
Blonde with Dark Blue eyes
Big jelly chin, and he sucks in his bottom lip all the time :) No fur or beard colors.

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