Josh Duhamel wouldn't go and just oh-so-accidentally reveal the sex of the baby he's having with Fergie would he?
Can't really blame him though. The dad-to-be is clearly so happy-go-lucky and gosh darn excited about this whole expecting a kid thing, he casually spilled that he and his wife are having…
Commit to purchasing that blue pacifier because it's a boy. Find a plush football appropriate for newborns that won't leave a bruise (or even if it does a little bit, that's okay because the bruise will be blue and it's a boy). Start blowing up those "It's A Boy!" balloons because it's a boy, boy, boy, boy, boy.
When asked by the Associated Press how he and Fergie are childproofing their home, Josh replied (notice our BOLDED CAPS): "You know your kid is going to get…HE'S going to fall and bump HIS head. And HE'S going to do all of those things. But that to me is going to be the hardest thing."
For a couple that hasn't officially announced the gender of their baby yet, Josh might want to childproof his mouth first. Notice the use of HE'S and HIS here? Throwing them around all over the place like it's just a clear as day fact: The sky is blue. Trees are green. Josh and Fergie are having a boy.
He answers so matter-of-factly, it's hard to tell if nothing is there…or if EVERYTHING is there.
Before you use logic and refute that Josh is just speaking in general terms here, take a quick glance at his follow-up quote: "Now I get to relive my youth through my child and see my child live all that," Josh continues. "So everybody's got a different path."
Um, why would Josh suddenly switch from using "he" to a very gender-neutral noun like "my child" besides to keep us speculating in a blog post? Why would he do this to us? Pick one general term and stick with it, Josh!
What do you all think? Empty words? Or baby slip-up?