HHC Hospital’s Welcome New Year’s Babies

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Hartford HealthCare’s hospital’s rang in the new year with some new babies. Take a look at the first babies of 2019 at Backus Hospital, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, The Hospital of Central Connecticut, Hartford Hospital and MidState Medical Center.

Backus Hospital

Lianna Noelle Robin was Backus Hospital’s first baby of 2019, arriving at 3:19 a.m. New Year’s Day. She is the daughter of Alexandra and Stephen Robin of Dayville. They posed for a photo with big sister Vera, age three, who then followed up with a kiss for her new baby sister Tuesday afternoon at the hospital. Mom said that they chose the baby’s middle name, Noelle, as a way of recognizing the Christmas holiday and the “magical time of the year”.

Charlotte Hungerford

Meet Corina Scott Mocaby: Charlotte Hungerford Hospital’s first baby of 2019.

Corina was born at 1:20 a.m. on New Year’s Day to Anne Endicott and Josh Mocaby. She weighed in at 7 pounds, 13 ounces and is 19.5 inches. She’s the youngest of four kids – and the first girl!

The Hospital of Central Connecticut

The Hospital of Central Connecticut celebrated its first baby of the year, Noelle, at 1:16 am! Parents Anna and Brian McNeil of Bristol were so excited to welcome their baby girl to the family on New Year’s Day.

Hartford Hospital

 

Meet Hartford Hospital’s first baby of 2019.

Little Kevin arrived at 1:03 a.m., weighing in at 6 lbs, 15 oz and 20 inches long. Parents Briana and Kevin, of Hartford, are overjoyed to welcome their New Year’s baby! 

MidState Medical Center

MidState Medical Center celebrated its first baby of the year, Penelope Quinn, at 1:24 am.

Parents Charles and Alyssa Johnson of Meriden were ecstatic to welcome their daughter on New Year’s Day.

 


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