22 thoughts on “The next generation of Cuban Americans”

  1. Hank, as one of my long time friends, I can’t tell you how happy I am for you and Ana. TWINS !?!? what, are you giving Pep a run for the money? I wish you all the best, keep me informed.

  2. There are 3 possibilities:

    1) boy and boy
    2) boy and girl
    3) girl and girl

    Any possibility makes you a winner in life’s lottery. But the 1st makes you the winner of the Mega Millions drawing.

    Congratulations and best wishes!

  3. OMG, Henry! I’m on the verge of tears. I am sooooo happy for you and Ana! My best to both of you…ahem…the four of you!
    I’ve got a few boy preemie clothes, if ya need ’em. =)

  4. Thanks for sharing such wonderful news! What a blessing!

    I wish you well 🙂 Melek

    “There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One is roots; the other, wings.” ~ H. Carter

  5. You could name one Jason. And the other could be The Argonaut. Or Pinky and The Brain. (I LOVE this game!) Muchas Felicidades to you & Ana, Henry! =D

  6. And what would be the absolutely worst names of all for twins?

    Fidel and Raúl.

    And yet there are hundreds of twins in Cuba that are so named.

    Those name “Fidel” cannot legally change their names.

  7. Congratulations to you and Ana!

    My only advice to you is, get your blogging in now, because once the kids are born, it’s a whole new ballgame!

  8. Congratulations! I’ve been an identical twin for 70 years now. I have no greater friend that my twin and my other sisters, but particularly my twin. We don’t dress alike, or even have the same hobbies but we share an interest in everything each other does, our children are like siblings, and as for our grandchildren we love each others like our own. It a great thing to be a twin.

  9. Finally I see something great happening to someone who deserves something great. I raise a glass this day to you and yours!

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