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Luck and his wife expecting a baby according to wthr app "big news" notification on my phone.

Will add link when it shows on their site.

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Marshall Manning vs Andrew Jr?????????????

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Aww a little luck. Congrats. Does that mean she will have it during football season?

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Just now, Chloe6124 said:

Aww a little luck. Congrats. Does that mean she will have it during football season?

 

If she got pregnant two months ago then it will be a playoff baby. That is the best luck we can get!!!!!!!!

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Hypothetically, if she had it on Super Bowl Sunday, and we are playing: it would put Luck in an awkward spot lol 

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7 minutes ago, Virtuoso80 said:

Im wondering if that's the reason for the calf strain in the offseason?

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Virtuoso80 said:

Im wondering if that's the reason for the calf strain in the offseason?

Hate that calf cramp haha

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24 minutes ago, Virtuoso80 said:

Im wondering if that's the reason for the calf strain in the offseason?

Well she is a gymnast.

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I would assume she is out of her first trimester which would mean she is probably due sometime in Dec.

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I'm surprised he had it in him...

 

Awe Shucks... :banana:

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3 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Aww a little luck. Congrats. Does that mean she will have it during football season?

Depends on how far along she is.

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5 minutes ago, jameszeigler834 said:

Depends on how far along she is.

DUH. My point is he announced ITV so she IS probably around  that three month mark.

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10 to 1 odds the kid comes out with a full beard....... 20 to 1 if its a girl.

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They just got married a few months ago...  :thinking:

 

The wedding was definitely consummated.

 

HONEYMOON BABY!!!

 

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Andrew Jr.: Daddy....tell me a bedtime story!

 

Andrew Sr.: Sure son... Chaucer, Shakespeare, Tolstoy or Reich's playbook?

 

Andrew Jr.: Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz.........:sleepy:

 

Congrats to Andrew and the Mrs.! :thmup:

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17 hours ago, Virtuoso80 said:

Im wondering if that's the reason for the calf strain in the offseason?

immediately thought the same thing :lol:

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I hope it's healthy, but for selfish reasons I hope it's a boy with a rocket arm who plays for the 'Shoe in about 22 years.

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1 hour ago, shakedownstreet said:

The wedding was when? The baby is due when?? :D

Haha...don't go there, haha.

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Congrats to Andrew and his wife!

 

Got a tip for him, can't go into baby making dehydrated. Those calf cramps can turn into strains easily!

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1 hour ago, shakedownstreet said:

The wedding was when? The baby is due when?? :D

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On 6/14/2019 at 1:06 PM, Virtuoso80 said:

Luck and his wife expecting a baby according to wthr app "big news" notification on my phone.

Will add link when it shows on their site.

Shotgun wedding then?

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22 hours ago, Nulled said:

Congrats to Andrew and his wife!

 

Got a tip for him, can't go into baby making dehydrated. Those calf cramps can turn into strains easily!

I was just thinking that we now know how he injured his calf

 

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26 minutes ago, coltsfeva said:

Pregnant? Now how’d  THAT happ....oh never mind!

How?  Andrew got "Lucky"!

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They just found out?  

 

I believe that would put the birth likely just after the season, although it could be close.  If she found out a bit on the late side (say 3 months) than that puts the birth during the playoffs.  

 

 

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10 hours ago, ÅÐØNϧ 1 said:

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A recent poll shows babies disagree.  100% of babies enjoy being thrown up in the air.

 

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Although another poll shows mothers disagree with babies.  100% of mothers don't like dad tossing the baby in the air.

 

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Of course, there's always that one dad that does it wrong and ruins it for everyone else...

 

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