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A happy little vision in white, Nylah Gardiner was born to Elisha and Craig from Malmesbury. Her big sister Ava is proud as punch.
Natalie and Tom Ross of Liden had to wait ages to register baby Eli who was born at the GWH in the middle of the lockdown. But it was worth the wait.
Stylish Charlotte Fernandes was born on the first day of the lockdown to Johlina and Lawrence. Johlina said: “Staff were very friendly and supportive, though it was a very scary phase, not knowing what was going to happen.” Big brother Jonathan was waiting at home.
A midwife who had retired but returned to help out during the pandemic delivered baby Etta Huntley who arrived after a labour of less than three hours. Etta joins parents Laura and Richard and siblings Arthur, six and Elodie, four at home in Rodbourne.
Big sister Ella Kent, three, loves helping parents Rachael and Craig of Tadpole Garden Village look after her baby brother Max.
Family and friends had to wait for weeks to meet Oakley Durup after he was born on Good Friday, right at the start of the lockdown. Parents Betty and Jamie, didn’t know his sex until he arrived. He joins them and big brother Cassius, two.
Rosy Williams arrived by a planned caesarean at the Great Western Hospital. She joins parents Hayley and Shane, and big sister Lily-Mae, four, at home in Swindon.
What an impressive barnet Vienna-Rose was born with. The happy little tot was born to Megan Rowbotham and partner Abbie of Pinehurst at the height of the lockdown.