He was wearing a Cubs onesie and got photos taken with the World Series trophy and a visit from Clark the Cub.
It's been just about nine months since the fateful night of November 2, 2016, when the Chicago Cubs at long last won the World Series, putting an end once and for all to goat and curse narratives.
Dr. Melissa Dennis, an OB-GYN at advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, was wondering what was going on.
Championships do seem to have a way of kickstarting a mini baby boom when a team wins it all.
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Yes, it has been nine months since the Cubs outlasted the Cleveland Indians in a memorable World Series, and baby-making timeline for the babies scheduled for delivery between this month and the beginning of August falls in line with that extra inning Game 7 victory.
A maternity unit is busy place, but bring the babies conceived under the stars that shone when the Chicago Cubs won it all and it's bedlam befitting the history made that night. "The entire city was celebrating the Cubs so of course there will be some celebrations that continue".
With many more newborns on the way, that's just more members in the Cubs fan club.
The Pelnars of Palatine say they didn't plan this but their July 16 baby is named Addison.
The Cubs began their play-off campaign on October 8, 2016, and apparently a spike in births has already been reported.