This week's prompt:
Prompt 2: Your Birth
Do you have any baby photos?
Where were you born?
Who was present at your birth?
What day was it? Time?
Did you have hair? Eye colours
Do I have baby photos? You bet! Here I am in a photo taken in Hollywood, so it's a true glamor shot!
"And I want to thank my parents, and my brother and sister, and my agent . . ."
All right. Enough of that.
I was born at the United States Naval Hospital in Long Beach, California. It's no longer there, at least not as a Navy hospital. I have two birth certificates: one from the State of California and another from the Naval Hospital. The latter one is filled out in my mother's handwriting, and has my little baby footprints on the back!
I would imagine my mother was present at my birth. (Pardon the Packard-Reed sense of humor.) I don't know if my father was there or not, and there's nobody around to ask who would know. I think he probably was, though, even though by that time it was all old hat -- I was the third and last. Also present was the doctor who delivered me. My documents are at home, and I am not, so I cannot look up the doctor's first name, but his last name was McNulty, and he was the brother of a popular singer of the day (1947), Dennis Day (whose real name was Dennis McNulty).
I do not know how long I was, nor specifically how much I weighed, which was somewhere around 6 lbs. The time of birth was around 6 p.m. I am a Saturday's Child -- supposedly, I work hard for a living.
From the photo above, you can see I had a little hair. My eyes then were probably the usual baby blue-grey, but my eye color now is green.