Suffolk: Special Christmas Day deliveries at maternity unit
IT was a busy day at the county’s maternity units as a number of families got the best Christmas presents they could’ve wished for.
Tiny Olly Robinson was born today at Ipswich Hospital at 3.14am, four weeks early.
For his parents Tawnise and Matty Robinson, of Meadowvale Close, Ipswich, he is their “Christmas miracle”.
Olly, who weighed 6lbs 14oz is one of two Christmas Day babies born early today at the hospital in Heath Road.
And his doting siblings, Vinny, 9, eight-year-old Bethany and Ashley, 6, could not contain their excitement at meeting their “best Christmas present ever”.
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Mrs Robinson, 31, said the new addition to her family was waiting for Christmas to make an appearance after her waters broke at a JLS concert at Wembley on Thursday.
“He has arrived four weeks early, he is our Christmas miracle,” she said. “He is our shock baby, an immaculate conception, we weren’t trying so it was a bit of a surprise.
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“But he is a lovely surprise, it has made our Christmas.”
And Mr Robinson, 34, added: “The kids said he is their favourite Christmas present ever.
“He has been so good, I don’t think I have heard him cry yet.
“We were always going to call him Olly, but when he was born Olly Murs was playing on the radio so it just seemed right.”