This year, Teddies representatives along with the Teddies Mascot, delivered more than 50 hampers to babies in hospitals in Georgetown, among them, the bouncing bundles of joy who were born on New Year’s Day.
Eight babies were born at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) on January 1, 2011; two at the Woodlands Hospital while the St. Joseph Mercy, Medical Arts and Georgetown Medical Centre (Prashad’s) Hospital recorded the birth of one baby each on New Year’s Day. At the GPHC, Annette Boston delivered the first baby, a boy, at 03:42 hrs who weighed 3.64 kg, while Maceida Wakefield gave birth to the first baby girl at 04:25 hrs. The child weighed 2.34 kg.
Keisha Jones and Kim Nedd each gave birth to a baby girl while Shelly Winter and Delva Boston, each gave birth to boys.
Another mother, who was still in the theatre at the time of the Teddies presentation gave birth to twins – a healthy baby boy and girl. All other mothers in the postnatal ward of the GPHC were also given Teddies hampers and had an opportunity of taking pictures with the Teddies Mascot.
At the Woodlands Hospital, Neela Umrao gave birth to her 2.78 kg baby boy at 04:40 hrs while Radika Khan became the proud mother of her 2.47 kg baby girl at 08:45 hrs bright and early on New Year’s morning.
At the Medical Arts the only New Year’s baby was born to Donnette Griffith. Her 3.3kg baby girl was delivered at 03:10 hrs while Subrina Ramkumar delivered her baby girl at the Georgetown Medical Centre (formerly Prashad’s).
At the Saint Joseph’s Mercy Hospital, Tamara Clarke, gave birth to her bundle of joy, a healthy and bouncing baby girl.
This distribution of hampers exercise is an annual activity for the Teddies Diaper team which has been in full swing for over ten years. Each hamper included Teddies Diapers, a Teddies booty and a Teddies bib.
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