Sunday Territorian 11 Dec 2011
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24 Sunday Territorian. Sunday, December 11, 2011. www.sundayterritorian.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 1 -D E C -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 2 4 C O L O R : C M Y K Abigail Sophia Cook JAIME and Stuart Cook are the parents of the future first Australian female Formula One driver. Little Abigail Sophia Cook will be the sixth female Formula One driver. She will be the third to start a race, and the first to win. But for now, she is a Holden fan. Mum Jaime said for now, Abigail is a good sleeper. During the day, that is, Jaime said. But I dont think we can really complain we can get stretches of about four hours at night. Little Abigail Sophia was born on December 3 at 8.47am. She weighed 4kg, and measured 52cm. WillowBeatty THE cricket world is in meltdown after a future star was born this month. When he becomes old enough Tricia and Alex Beattys second child appropriately named Willow Beatty will be eligible to play for Australia, New Zealand, and England. He was born in Australia mum Tricia holds New Zealand citizenship, and dad Alex holds English citizenship. Tricia said she hopes her son does not play for the Poms. The couple said older brother Finn, 2, is rapt to have a little brother. Little Willow was born on December 5 at 10am. He weighed 3.4kg and measured 47cm. Cameron Malcolm Gardiner THE birth of baby Cameron Malcolm Gardiner caught second-time mum Sian Cooper completely off-guard. Sian said she went to work one morning, did her usual thing, and that night went into labour. It caught me completely by surprise, she said. He was 4 weeks early, so we werent expecting him. Sian said dad Damian Gardiner was going to make sure Cameron would be a Manly Sea Eagles fan. Cameron is a little brother to Luke, 2. He was born on November 14 at 4.14pm. He weighed 2.49kg and measured 46.5cm. Jacob Dylan Watts ITS a mans world in the Watts household. And it just got more manly. Amanda and Daniel Watts have just welcomed their second child, a second boy, to the world. Jacob Dylan Watts was born on November 17. Mum Amanda said she is now well and truly outnumbered by the men. Even the dog is male. Jacob was born at 3.35am. He weighed 4.29kg and measured 55cm. MihalisMoysidis IF NEW mum Katerina Vlamos has her way, her new bub will be a water baby. She says she will be getting little Mihalis Moysidis into swimming as soon as possible. Its unbelievable watching some of these babies swim, she says. And I want to keep him safe too. Katerina says her bundle of joy does not like her sitting down for too long. And Theodoros Moysidis is thrilled to be a daddy. Mihalis was born on October 26 at 10.17am. He weighed 2.6kg and measured 47cm. Sienna Lynne Freestone SHE may be a long way from the town she was named after, but Sienna Lynne Freestone has stolen her parents hearts. First time parents Kate and Dan Freestone named their baby after the town in Tuscany, Italy, where the couple holidayed three years ago. Its such a lovely old town, really family-focused, Kate said. We spelt it differently to the town Siena. Kate said she couldnt believe Sienna was theirs to take home. Shes just so beautiful. Sienna Lynne was born on November 30 at 2.19pm. She weighed 3.37kg and measured 51cm. Sevasti Dakis NEW mum Garifalia Dakis said she enjoyed the whole pregnancy thing, and would do it all again. Being a mum is totally surreal, she said, talking about her new daughter, Sevasti Dakis. I still cant believe Ive given birth, she said. It is an amazing feeling. Garifalia said her husband, George, and Sevastis halfbrother, Nickolas, 10, were also thrilled to bits with their special delivery. Little Sevasti was born on December 3 at 6.33am. She weighed 3.2kg and measured 49cm.
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