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William Levy, Salma and Me

Submitted by on May 7, 2012 – 9:32 am2 Comments

Baby Morphing with William Levy

Salma Hayek and William Levy Baby

So, a couple weeks ago, I was in the grocery store line and saw the gloriously beautiful Salma Hayek on the cover of Lucky magazine.

My first thought was: “Salma and William Levy would make a beautiful baby.”

I have no idea why I thought that. Just being honest here.

So, I took a picture of her picture and set out to find out what Salma and William’s baby would look like.

Thank you, The Bump’s baby morpher. Check out their baby girl, above. I doubt Salma ever would put that hat on her kid, though.

And then since I was at it, I answered another question: “I wonder what my baby with este cubanito William Levy would look like?”

And there I went…despite the fact that at nearly 45, I have better odds of getting hit by lightning than of conceiving William Levy’s love child. (Never mind what my husband would say…)

So, let me present you with the little auburn-haired boy I conceived with William in my laptop. He’s freakishly cute-ish and I always wanted a boy! And I bet he would be a great writer/dancer/telenovela celebrity one day … just like his Mami and Papi. (And look, he is shirtless just like Papi often is…)

My Baby Morph with William Levy

I think he’s cuter than Salma and William’s girl. What do you think?

And now, I really need to get something real done around here.

Enough de joder.

Y tu?

Who do you want to morph with?

Share, por favor!

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