Cryptic Facebook Post from My Daughter; The Bun Is Out of the Oven – August 30, 2020

Updated September 1, 2020 – His name is Levi Fredrick and I posted a new post – Update on Birth of My Second Grandson, Levi – September 1, 2020

About 8 A. M. this morning, my daughter posted a cryptic message that had a baby in it with the hands of two people in the background. I took this to mean the bun is out of the oven as she referenced the bun was still in the oven a few days ago. My second grandson was due today. After a bit more research and about 3 P. M. this afternoon, I checked my son-in-law’s Facebook page and he’s holding a newborn child. I believe this is his second son, my second grandson, although he doesn’t mention it in his post.

I don’t know when my grandson was born as the cryptic Facebook post was worded “More details to come” and my son-in-law’s post didn’t elaborate. I am scheduling this post 6 hours ago, but will try check before this goes live in case either one of them gives more details. No word on a name as of the time I scheduled this post. I will update once I know more.

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1 Response to Cryptic Facebook Post from My Daughter; The Bun Is Out of the Oven – August 30, 2020

  1. Pingback: Update on Birth of My Second Grandson, Levi – September 1, 2020 | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

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