New Year joy as 16 babies are welcomed into the New Year at Northampton General

NGH News New Year Baby Finley-Paul

New parents Daniel and Katie with baby Finley-Paul

New parents at Northampton General welcomed 16 babies into the New Year and new decade on 1st January, in what was a very busy start to the New Year for our maternity teams.

In total the wards welcomed 10 boys and 6 girls in to the world on New Year’s Day.

The first baby to be born at the hospital and one of the first to be born in the country this this decade, was a baby boy called Finley-Paul Diamond. He arrived at 00.08 to parents Katie Diamond and Daniel Langwith. Finley-Paul is their third child and weighing in at 6lb 6oz he was the first baby to see in the New Year at the hospital.

Christine Ainsworth, Interim Head of Midwifery said “We are delighted to have welcomed so many new arrivals into the New Year and the new decade. We would like to extend our congratulations to all of our new parents at this exciting time.

“In total we welcomed 16 babies on 1st January 2020 which included 10 boys and 6 girls.

“Thank you to our team of staff who worked over the New Year period both in the hospital and local community helping to bring so many babies into the world”.

Congratulations to all of our new parents.

Posted on Thursday 2nd January 2020
 
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