Congratulations: Chris And Adrienne Bosh Welcome Son Into The World

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Babies, Congratulations, News

chris bosh baby

Chris And Adrienne Bosh Welcome Son

Congratulations are in order for Adrienne and Chrissy-poo…

Baby Bosh apparently waited for no playoff series. Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh was summoned home on the eve of the Heat’s Thursday night playoff game against the New York Knicks, with his wife, Adrienne, delivering the couple’s first child, a boy. Shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday, Adrienne Bosh posted on her Twitter account. “From a Dream, To a Thought, To Reality, To being in our Arms :) Thank you all for the Positive wishes & thoughts!”

Shortly thereafter, Heat owner Micky Arison, in New York with the team, posted a message of congratulations for the couple on his Twitter account. Chris Bosh spoke of the eventuality of a possible playoff absence last week, saying he was carrying a “baby beeper.” He arrived with the team in New York on Wednesday evening then flew back to South Florida early Thursday morning.

Bosh said last week he knew there was a chance of missing playoff time. “Yeah, that’s the timeline. It’s an exciting time,” he said at the time. “It’s exciting times, trying to compete for a championship again and bring in new life. So, it’s a busy time in the Bosh household.”

Awwww, how precious!

Source

Instagram

More On Bossip!

Get Ya Mind Right! 10 Ways To Tell That Everyone You Know Thinks You’re A Ho

You’re The Worst: The 10 Biggest A-Holes In Sports

Happy 40th Rocky! Let’s Celebrate The Rock’s Birthday By Looking At His Most Scintillating Pics, Ladies

Caption This: Rihanna In The Strip Club

We Recommend

More on Bossip

More Excellence: These Nigerian Weddings Are Literally Everything

Pure Comedy: The Hilarious Internet Obsession With One-Eyed Rap Star Fetty Wap

This Instagram Account Shows Once Again Why Nigerian Women Are Beautiful Beyond Compare

Wacky Matrimony: Funniest, Wildest & Craziest Wedding Photos

Comments

blog comments powered by Disqus