Broncos’ win in Super Bowl 50 celebrated 9 months later

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WESTMINSTER, Colo. -- There are ways to celebrate the Broncos in the Super Bowl.  Then there are ways.

His name is Lando Reid Gassett.  And for Westminster resident Laura Gassett, the idea of conceiving a baby during the Super Bowl started from a commercial last year.

"We saw the Super Bowl baby commercial come on and thought it was really funny that they had all the kids from different generations that were conceived on their team's Super Bowl," Gassett said.

The seed, so to speak, was planted.

"Oh, we're gonna try for a Super Bowl baby and we're gonna get it," she said.

Now, there are a lot of ways to celebrate the Broncos playing the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.

"It is a very happy time in our state.  And what better way to celebrate and have a baby," Gassett said.

Well, there are more conventional ways to celebrate a football game.

You can hang out at your favorite watering hole with a hundred of your favorite and inebriated friends.  Or, after the game, head out to your local celebratory riot and get gassed and arrested.

Or, you can always head to the Gassett's residence and make a baby, just like their friends have done,

"They were trying for such a long time and we have always said when you come and hang out with us then if you're trying to get pregnant, you are gonna get pregnant," Gassett said.

What if the Broncos make it to Super Bowl 51?

"If they go to the Super Bowl, then yes, we will just plan it out that way," she said.

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