Boy Or Girl? Volunteer Firefighter Family Finds Out At Gender Reveal

June 11, 2017

An Escambia County volunteer fireman and his wife were right on target with a “gender reveal” Saturday afternoon at the Century Fire Station.

Clay and Destinie Smith are expecting their second child in December. They were joined by friends, family and firemen for the reveal that involved popping black balloons filled with paint. A couple of dart throws later, the couple knew from the pink paint that they were expecting a little girl.

The Smith’s first child, a boy named Braxton, is 16 months old. Their daughter is due on Christmas Eve. They have a few name ideas in mind, but nothing certain yet..

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4 Responses to “Boy Or Girl? Volunteer Firefighter Family Finds Out At Gender Reveal”

  1. Gene on June 11th, 2017 2:17 pm

    “Christmas Eve Smith”… has a nice ring to it!!!

  2. anne 1of2 on June 11th, 2017 11:10 am

    What fun! Tax deduction birth-date too, yea!

  3. Sage2 on June 11th, 2017 10:04 am

    With the ETA of Christmas Eve…what a present! Of course, the stork is off on holiday, but Santa will take care of everything. Merry Christmas, a little early, and many happy years ahead for them!

  4. Kaylene on June 11th, 2017 8:20 am

    Congratulations!!! Ya’ll are the cutest!!! What a beautiful family you have!!!

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