One of the stars of the 1993 baseball film “The Sandlot” welcomed a baby boy on April 14, and the kid already has the chance to pay tribute to his dad with the most appropriate onesie.
Patrick Renna, who played Hamilton “Ham” Porter in the beloved movie, posted on Instagram on Monday to announce that his wife, Jasmin, had given birth to their first child, a son named Flynn Maxwell.
Renna is responsible for delivering what might be the most popular quote from “The Sandlot,” directed at the main character, Scotty Smalls. If you were a kid of the ‘90s, you probably remember Ham saying this during the carnival scene:
Now, Renna’s son can keep the legacy going with one adorable onesie.
Thanks to @littlegabs @poochmcmoore @hanoverandmonster @jessiewillner for throwing the best baby shower ever. Pretty sure he's coming home in this!!!! #giftcred @lizalooloo @kathysavas #photocred @jentrahant #babymamacred @jasrenna #babyrenna2017
A post shared by Patrick Renna (@patrickrenna) on Jan 22, 2017 at 7:45pm PST
In his Instagram post, Renna had sweet words for his son, whom he described as “so great” and “so strong.”
“I can’t get enough of this little guy,” he wrote.
The actor also praised his wife, writing that “they don’t call it labor for nothing.”
Flynn Maxwell Renna has arrived!!!! 8lbs. 12oz. Born April 14th 7:54. As if I didn't love his mother enough she has now revealed to me her true identity — Super Woman. She did such an incredible job. I am in awe of her and honestly I am in awe of women in general. They don't call it labor for nothing! You give the gift of life and that is pure magic. Flynn is so great. So strong! I can't get enough of this little guy. We are so happy and honored to bring him into the world. More pics coming! #babyrenna2017
A post shared by Patrick Renna (@patrickrenna) on Apr 17, 2017 at 10:32am PDT
”As if I didn’t love his mother enough she has now revealed to me her true identity ― Super Woman,” he wrote. “She did such an incredible job. I am in awe of her and honestly I am in awe of women in general.”
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