Hello, Baby Sinus

Jodi and Owen Egerton (he of the Sinus Show) got a tax-day bonus: a baby girl!

Congratulations to new parents Jodi and Owen Egerton (he of the Sinus Show). On Friday, April 15, at 4:01pm, with the assistance of doula Lanell Coultas, they welcomed into the world Arden Miriam Egerton, born 19 inches long and weighing 6 lbs., 9 ozs. That sighing sound you hear are the legions of Maxwell Caulfield/Michelle Pfeiffer pfans expressing relief that with this little project off the schedule, the Egertons should be free to host the Grease 2 Sing-Along, slated for May 1 at the Alamo Drafthouse Downtown. For more information, visit www.originalalamo.com.

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Jodi Egerton, Owen Egerton, Sinus Show, Lanell Coultas, Maxwell Caulfield, Michelle Pfeiffer, Grease 2 Sing-Along, Alamo Drafthouse Downtown

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