I would be willing to bet that the picture I linked to in my last post IS Trig Palin. Why you may ask. Well, one reason is because I see a strong resemblance. But there are more important reasons that I will explain below.
Type www.matsuregional.com in your address bar. Then click Maternity Services on the right side of the page. On the next page, click the baby feet on the left for the online nursery. Click the search and you will see you need a password to view the babies.
But there’s a trick… Click the following link. http://valley.fasthealth.com/index_flash.php
Then on the services tab, choose Mother/Baby.
On the next page, from the links on the left choose Online Baby Nursery. Do not use the Mat-Su Regional 365 Tiny Toes Web Nursery link from the main part of the page because that will take you to the page where you need a password. The Baby Nursery Page comes up.
You can search by date, name or code. Choose name and a list comes up. You can keep going back through the list by choosing next 30 to reach April 18, 2008. There are two babies listed for that date. Baby 69049 born at 1:27 AM and baby 69052 born at 2:10 PM. So what happened to babies 69050 and 69051? Why aren’t they on the list?
Most likely because their parents requested they not be included in the online nursery.
But we can still view these babies. Right click on a picture of any of the babies and then click on properties. You can now see the URL for the picture. I will use http://valley.fasthealth.com/pictures/babies/source/69052.jpg
Change the number at the end and you can view the missing babies.
We know Sarah and Todd didn’t list Trig or they had his name removed from the list. Still 69051 looks like Trig to me.
No, I don’t think Sarah birthed him. He was either smuggled into the hospital that day or born to Bristol but Sarah had pretended she gave birth.
So what excuse could she and Todd give to not let the hospital photographer take pictures of the most famous baby in Alaska?
There was no plausible excuse they could give. Thus there’s that pesky picture of a tiny baby in a sleeper that’s way too big.