London, June 8 : He may be just 4 weeks away from giving birth to his first baby, but the world's first pregnant man Thomas Beatie is already making plans with wife Nancy about expanding their brood.
Beatie, who changed sex ten years ago but kept his ovaries and womb so he could have children, has not only revealed how eagerly he is waiting to the see the baby but also spoke about his secret hopes for the future.
"I feel fantastic. I cannot wait to see my baby's face," News of the World quoted him, as saying.
"I feel on top of the world. I'm 36 weeks now and almost due but I feel fantastic. Every day Nancy and I think about how we just cannot wait to hold our daughter for the first time, to finally get to touch her and see her face.
"We have her nursery ready and her diapers are lined up in her bedroom. Everything is ready to go.
"We have even picked a name which we both love-although we're waiting until she is born before we tell anyone. All the people who really know us and love us, our friends and family, have been incredibly supportive.
"So much so we might even have more children. We will just see what the experience is like with our daughter's arrival first and then give it some thought," he added.