Christmas baby

Published: Friday | December 27, 2013 Comments 0
Pinchin (right) spends time with Nataska Barton, mother of the first baby born on Christmas Day, Malachi Jackson, who weighed 3.18 kilograms when he arrived at 12:23 am. Looking on is Valrie Taylor-Smalling, director of nursing services at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston.photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer  T
Pinchin (right) spends time with Nataska Barton, mother of the first baby born on Christmas Day, Malachi Jackson, who weighed 3.18 kilograms when he arrived at 12:23 am. Looking on is Valrie Taylor-Smalling, director of nursing services at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston.photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer T
Maria Pinchin (right), past and founding president of the Latin American Women's Club, holds newborn Briana English, who at 12:36 am, was the second baby born at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston on Christmas Day. Born to Ramona Downer, Briana weighed in at 2.63 kilograms. Looking on is Rosa Pena, treasurer of the club.
Maria Pinchin (right), past and founding president of the Latin American Women's Club, holds newborn Briana English, who at 12:36 am, was the second baby born at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston on Christmas Day. Born to Ramona Downer, Briana weighed in at 2.63 kilograms. Looking on is Rosa Pena, treasurer of the club.




 

 

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