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a location-based name, when we stumbled on a magnificent moniker we 100 percent agreed would be our child’s name: Memphis! I know you’re thinking we must have had a radon leak at our house, so let me explain. In addition to being the name of a great city on the banks of the Mississippi that’s known for music and Graceland, Memphis is also a name from Greek mythology. But what sold us on the name was that this was the 1980s, and “Memphis” was the name of a popular design movement from Italy. Kathy Doocy pregnant with her first child. The Memphis style was characterized by colors and shapes that were bold, unconventional, playful. Bold, unconventional, playful . . . just what we wanted our baby to be! They would be the only Memphis in their homeroom, and we loved it. Memphis was just perfect, until reality—also known as my mother—weighed in. “Stephen, you’ve never even been to Memphis!” Her urgent, pleading voice suggested that I might be day-drinking. “Memphis is in Tennessee and you’re from Kansas. How does Topeka Doocy sound?” “Well . . .” I tried to buy a little time, but my mother was done. “It’s a dumb name, Stephen. Or should I call you Wichita?” I’M A ‘FOX & FRIENDS’ ANCHOR BUT I’LL NEVER FORGET THE HILARIOUS THING MY LATE FATHER DID IN THE GROCERY STORE Kathy could tell from my side of the conversation that it was time for a backup plan—and we did have a runner-up. Early in Kathy’s pregnancy a once-in-a-lifetime event occurred— Halley’s Comet returned to the vicinity of Earth. It was literally a cosmic sign from on high—we agreed after about thirty seconds of consider- ation that our firstborn’s name would be Halley Doocy. Period, done, print the announcements. A few
months later Kathy and I leaned in to look at a small black and white monitor in a darkened room, examining very grainy blobs that the doctor assured us were parts of somebody we were related to. Kathy Doocy undergoing an ultrasound while pregnant with her first child. “There’s the heartbeat,” the doctor said, pointing at something fluttering, and then, “That’s one foot, and there’s the other.” And then he announced, “Kathy, call Sherwin-Williams for blue paint—your baby is a boy!” Suddenly Halley—which is a perfectly good name for a girl and a comet—flamed out. We bought the paint, and because time was getting short, we wound up doing what so many parents do—we went with a name that was simple and safe and saintly. 16 hours of labor, our first child was born—and promptly named after Saint Peter. Steve Doocy with his son Peter A few years later, our first daughter was christened after Saint Mary. Finally, shortly after Kathy learned she was pregnant with our third, I suggested that we should name the baby after Saint Paul. Kathy liked the idea and talked it through: “Peter, Mary, and Paul.” She paused and reordered them. “Wait . . . you want to name your kids Peter, Paul, and Mary?” I explained why it was a brilliant and hilarious choice:
“And if the baby is a girl, the kids would be Peter, Paula, and Mary.” A joke— inside a joke—I loved it! “We are not naming three children after the ‘Puff the Magic Dragon ’people!” STEVE DOOCY: I TOLD MY DAD I’D PAY FOR A TRIP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. HERE’S WHERE WE ENDED UP A few weeks later, only four months into the pregnancy, Kathy called me at work. She was heading to the hospital, having gone into premature labor—at sixteen weeks. I rushed and met her there. “Those are some giant contractions,” the emergency room doctor announced. He then terrified us by saying, “Kathy, you’re dilated . . . at a four.” I wasn’t a doctor but I knew that was very bad; she was only four months into a nine-month pregnancy. Kathy’s ob-gyn arrived and took over her care. The immediate worry was that the baby would be born that day—with few organs fully developed, and weighing less than a pound, the chances for survival were tiny. It was one of those days in your life when your whole prayer was simply God—help
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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