Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Infant son of Pete Buttigieg at home after hospitalization

WASHINGTON (AP) – Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his husband Chasten publicly celebrate their adopted son’s return home after being hospitalized due to panic.

The couple adopted a young boy and girl named Penelope Rose and Joseph August Buttigieg about two months ago.

On Friday, Chasten Buttigieg tweeted that the boy, nicknamed Gus, is recovering from hospitalization and a ventilator.

Chasten Buttigieg tweeted: “After three weeks in hospitals, 125 miles in an ambulance and a horrific week on ventilators, Gus is at home, smiling and feeling great.”

Pete Buttigig, the first openly homosexual confirmed by the Senate for a cabinet position, added on Twitter that he: “Grateful, relieved, and contemplating a lot about the mixture of joy, horror and love that comes with parenting. … ”

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The couple did not disclose further details about the exact nature of their son’s health condition. On Halloween, they tweeted pictures of babies wearing what appear to be traffic-cone costumes using the hashtag #twinfrastructure.

The photo of Gus was clearly taken at the hospital. “Gus had a hard time, but we are heading in the right direction,” Chasten Buttigieg tweeted at the time.

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