• AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: 3rd Trimester, In the Womb, The Baby Years


    For those of you who’ve been tuning in, if you remember about 7 weeks ago during Week 34, a friend organised a lovely face-paint artist to come and create a mural on the largest blank space we had available at home…my wife’s pregnant belly.

    And because our schnitzel’s actual name is depicted in the design, we had to protect his identity by blurring it out. Unfortunately, nobody was even close with their guesses as to the what the actual design was.

    However, all will be revealed…

    Next Week!

    I kid, I kid!!

    Seriously, it gives me great honour to present to you, (now that he’s finally come out of his womb…ah, room)…the wonderful uncensored belly mural featuring our new son

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6 Responses to Painting the Baby’s Womb: Revealed

  • Kellie Klein wrote on July 6, 2012 at 2:01 // Reply

    Indy? As in Independence?

    • JPBechtold wrote on July 8, 2012 at 3:29 // Reply

      Indy-pendence, Indy-scribable, Indy-thecutestthingever!!

  • Ma wrote on July 6, 2012 at 3:24 // Reply

    I didn’t guess the design but I did guess the name Indy
    or Indianna because I know you Jussy, Indianna Jones has been your hero forever!!

    • JPBechtold wrote on July 8, 2012 at 3:23 // Reply

      Now you know why we freaked out when he kicked on the “I” on your Belly Ouija Board, lol 🙂

  • Michelle Borg wrote on July 6, 2012 at 7:22 // Reply

    Congratulations mummy and daddy. It’s about time Indy moved his little toosh. I’m so happy for you both, and know this is just the start of your adventure (in true Indy style). Milliegirl xo

    • JPBechtold wrote on July 8, 2012 at 3:22 // Reply

      We thought he’d never get here, that’s for sure. But if you look at the ultrasound picture at the 12 week mark (ANNND…SAFE!!), he was never in a hurry to come out. Just kicking’ back in his own little hammock.

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