General Hospital spoilers wonder if the new addition to Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and Carly Corinthos’ (Laura Wright) brood will be a handsome little boy or a sassy little girl. Indeed, this baby will never replace Morgan Corinthos (Bryan Craig). However, it will give CarSon another chance at a child that they both share biologically.
Perhaps, they will get another boy because they lost Morgan. Or, maybe a girl to carry on the Jerome-Corinthos war amongst sisters Avery Jerome Corinthos (Scarola twins) and baby girl Corinthos. Maybe, if it’s a little girl, they will even name her Morgan. Either way, Carly and Sonny can’t wait to meet the newest member of the Corinthos clan on ABC’s GH.
General Hospital Spoilers: Unexpected Miracle For Carly Corinthos & Sonny Corinthos
GH spoilers know the last thing Carly Corinthos and Sonny Corinthos expected was another child. Yes, Carly is past prime baby-making age. So, she didn’t think it was something she needed to worry about. Evidently, CarSon just assumed there would not be a baby boom. Then, surprise! Another Corinthos baby was on the way.
Meanwhile, the health of Carly and the unborn baby is a concern. She is already considered high-risk because of her age. Then, there are all her past complications to consider. However, Carly and hubby Sonny are taking it in stride. Whatever life throws at them, they will face it together. Certainly, this little miracle is worth it, say General Hospital spoilers.
Sonny and Carly never imagined they'd be expecting another child. And he or she will be here before they know it.
An all-new #GH starts RIGHT NOW on ABC! @lldubs @MauriceBenard pic.twitter.com/xIjRCisn6Z
— General Hospital (@GeneralHospital) May 1, 2019
GH Spoilers: Bouncing Baby Boy For Carson?
General Hospital spoilers tease Sonny Corinthos and Carly Corinthos may add another strapping young lad to their family. No doubt, it will be bittersweet because of the son they lost. Certainly, as the little boy grows, he will remind them of Morgan. However, his memory will live on even more as they get to see him in this new little man — if they’re having a boy, that is.
Of course, if they do end up with a boy, they will love him for who he is. Sonny and Carly will never try to replace Morgan. Also, they will never expect the little guy to live up to his big brother. No doubt, a new son will only strengthen Sonny and wife Carly’s bond. Surely, bits of Morgan’s personality will shine through in this little boy on GH.
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Baby Sister For Avery Corinthos? General Hospital Spoilers
GH spoilers know a new Corinthos baby girl would thrill Carly and Sonny. No doubt, they are fantastic with the daughters they already have. Plus, Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) and Avery would be thrilled to get a new sister. Joss is wonderful with Avery and would welcome another girl to the family.
Of course, Avery will be a great big sis as well. However, there is always room for drama with sisters especially because they would be closer in age. Plus, Avery is part Jerome. No doubt, as they grow, they could clash a bit, as sisters do. So, that Corinthos-Jerome feud might continue with the next generation. If so, Josslyn would be around to referee, predict General Hospital spoilers.
The Corinthos Legacy Grows Stronger – GH Spoilers
General Hospital spoilers promise the Corinthos crew is only getting bigger and stronger. The new Carson baby will be here before they know it. Additionally, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) is bound to find out his son is alive – eventually. So, more and more little ones are arriving to carry on the family name and a few bumps in the road lie ahead.
But no one is tougher or more loyal than the Corinthos family. They will band together and face their obstacles head on. No doubt, they will be full of joy and excitement as they welcome their new bundle into the world. Watch ABC weekdays to find out if Carly Corinthos and her husband Sonny Corinthos will have a girl or a boy on ABC’s GH.
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