Great news everyone!
Baby’s recent surgery by the specialists (i.e., proofreaders and typesetters) was successful. So the little #fetus is fully developed now; and has been transported to the delivery room (i.e., printer’s row). During the delivery phase, here is where specialists will remove that slimy mucus-like covering (i.e., vernix caseosa), from baby. Some may know it best as: “that white, creamy (cheese-like) protective shield which coated the skin of the fetus/newborn, formed during last trimester.” In any case (the good news), it won’t be long before we hear the paddle of baby’s little feet . . . waddling out into this dark grim (i.e., #toxic) world. Coming Spring 2016!
Stay tuned . . .
Per chance you can’t wait to see baby in 2016, its pre-order for viewing will be scheduled soon! Then I’ll let you know the hospitals (i.e., website locations), where you can grab baby in your hands.