Federporn Friday (by PJ): Celebration of Miracles
Remember this video that ESPN made before the birth of The Mighty Babes? I remember feeling ridiculously touched by the video and thinking that one little person is indeed going to be very loved and lucky. Well, it turned out that there are two. And today, we celebrate the birthday of Myla Rose Federer and Charlene Riva Federer, who officially turned a year old. And so Federporn today is a celebration of the Federers!
Dear Myla and Charlene,
Congratulations and happy birthday to the two most adorable babes ever! Do you know the story of how you come to be? Not the “scientific” process, of course. That you will learn in high school. Or something. Beyond the science though, it really is a long and amazing story but I will try to summarise it for you two.
Your daddy is Roger Federer, and your mummy is Mirka Federer, as you know. They met in the year 2000, when your daddy was 19 years old and not hot, and they were both playing tennis in the Sydney Olympics. It was love at first sight for your daddy, but not so for mummy.
It is a very steady and wonderful relationship as they went through trials and tribulations together, and your mummy is always, ALWAYS by your daddy’s side as he grows and flourishes to be one of the greatest sports stars of this era and millennium.
Your mummy was there during his very first Slam…
Your daddy is one of the world’s most loved and most talented tennis players. He gave the whole bunch of us a lot of joy in watching him play, and watching him win. He genuinely loves the sport, and he loves his life.
Your daddy has this amazing ability to bring people together because of him. A whole bunch of us would probably never have met or got to know each other or call each other friends or gone crazy if not for the mutual appreciation of your daddy’s talent, skill, spirit sexiness hotness mofoness monkeyness and all things wonderful on court and off.
He also does a lot of charity work for the underprivileged. You two angels are very very blessed, but there are a lot of other children not as fortunate, and your daddy does his best to ensure that he can change their lives, as much as he could. He certainly hopes for the two of you to continue his work when you grow up, so keep that in mind, okay?