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February 06, 2007. Posted by HeatherCovington.
Dr. Ian Smith all of this time, has kept in touch with his literary peers. Today, I received this wonderful news I would like to share about the New York Times Bestseller of The Fat Smash Diet. This is the first official release of factual information from Dr. Ian Smith himself! AN EXCLUSIVE FIRST! In a message dated 2/6/2007 4:50:57 PM Pacific Standard Time, Dr. Ian Smith writes: I apologize for sending out this group e-mail, but I’d like all of my friends and loved ones to know that Tristé and I welcomed into this interesting world our first child, our son, Dashiell Quinn Smith. (Nickname: Dash). He was born on Superbowl Sunday right after the first touchdown by Chicago Bears’ kick returner, Hester. Tristé actually reported to the rest of us in the room that Chicago had scored while she was resting after her first push and the rest of us were facing her and hadn’t seen the score.
Tristé had a GREAT labor and was an AMAZING pusher and surprisingly the process was extremely enjoyable and painless. (Well, at least for me J) Tristé is exhausted, but she and Dash are home and resting and having a great time getting to know each other. I’m always nearby smiling and shaking my head at the amazing gift we call “life.” Stats: 7 lb, 12 oz 21 inches long Attributes:
Much Much Better Looking Than His Old Man Leaning Toward That School in Cambridge Rather Than the One in New Haven
I hope all of you will get a chance to meet him in person. He really is a social animal. I was going to attach a photo of him, but I don’t want to be a pushy parent and e-mail people photos if they don’t really want them. So if you want a photo of Dash, e-mail me back and I’d be happy to send you one.
Thanks for everyone’s prayers and well wishes! Tristé, Dash, & Ian
Dr. Ian Smith is the author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller The Fat Smash Diet.
Learn more about it at www.fatsmashdiet.com . He is also the author of the thriller, The Blackbird Papers and The Take-Control Diet.