BHB welcomes first babies of 2020

Wednesday 1 January 2020: Staff of the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital Maternity Unit have been busy on the first day of 2020, welcoming two New Year’s babies with a possible third on the way. Both babies were expected in the middle of January but decided to make early appearances.

The first baby of the new decade was born at 7:58am. The little girl weighed in at 7lb 2oz.

The second baby followed a few hours behind, born at 12:06pm to parents Keneshia and Terence Taylor. Little Nia Elizabella is just 4lb 1oz.

The babies and their mothers are healthy and getting some much needed rest.

Pictured above: Nia Elizabella Taylor and mother Keneshia Taylor


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