Don't get more Florida than this! Couple reveals the sex of their 10th child by letting their ALLIGATOR cap open a pink powder-filled balloon with its jaws
- Florida couple Stacie Childs-Wright and her husband Chad Wright had their pet alligator reveal the sex of their 10th baby together
- The Tampa couple have owned their pet gator Amos since 2000
- In the unveiling, they dangled a black balloon over Amos, beckoning him to drop it with his mouth to reveal a powder that would mean the sex of the baby
- It takes several attempts, but he finally snaps the balloon with his teeth and releases a cloud of pink powder – a sign that it's a girl
- The ecstatic mother says: & # 39; I told you! & # 39; to her husband after the exciting revelation
- Chad is a tricky trapper of wildlife at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
A couple threw their gender unveiling party in the most floral way possible – by having their pet alligator blast a balloon as part of the big announcement.
Stacie Childs-Wright and her husband Chad are from Tampa and share a pet alligator named Amos.
To reveal the sex of their 10th baby, they decided to pop a black balloon filled with a colorful powder to indicate the child's gender – pink for a baby and blue for a baby boy.
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The most Florida thing ever! Couple Stacie Childs-Wright and her husband Chad Wright had their pet alligator Amos reveal the sex of their 10th baby together
For their gender-revealing party, they filled a black balloon with powder that would reveal the sex of their baby – pink for a girl and blue for a boy. They dangled the balloon over their pet gator so that it could jump with its sharp jaws and reveal its color
They dangled the balloon over their pet gator and urged the giant reptile to drop it with its threatening jaws and sharp teeth.
Video material of the unveiling shows the couple holding the balloon with a stick over the mouth of the gator.
After a few attempts, the giant gator secures the balloon in his jaws, blows it open, and a cloud of pink powder appears, meaning the couple will have a little girl.
It is a girl! After a few unsuccessful attempts, the gator finally grabbed the balloon in his threatening jaws to reveal a pink cloud, while the couple rejoiced in news that they will have a girl
Proud parents! Stacie and her husband Chad could not resist sharing a smile about the special moment with their beloved gator, who they have owned since 2000
Chad works with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as an ambush for catching wildlife in the wild
They plan to name the baby Zoe Eden
& # 39; I told you! & # 39; the excited mother is seen saying to her husband.
Chad works with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as an ambush for catching wildlife and says Amos has been part of the family since 2000, according to Fox13.
They plan to name the baby Zoe Eden, according to News4Jax.
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