Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Just Born: Baby girl Priya Destini for Nicola Forsythe and Anthony Corry

Baby girl Priya Destini for Nicola Forsythe and Anthony Corry
Baby girl Priya Destini for Nicola Forsythe and Anthony Corry
Phoebe Indie Mullen was born at the Ulster Hospital on April 9
Phoebe Indie Mullen was born at the Ulster Hospital on April 9
Louise Moore and Paul Moore pictured in the Ulster Hospital along with Christmas Day arrival baby girl Caomhe who was born at 0421 weighing 8.7 lb.

The birth of a baby girl to Nicola Forsythe and Anthony Corry

Nicola Forsythe and Anthony Corry from Dunmurry are celebrating the birth of their first child.

Priya Destini was born at the Lagan Valley Hospital's midwifery led unit on May 4 at 11.06pm.

She weighed a healthy 8lbs 9oz and measured 51cm.

Nicola and Anthony knew they were expecting a girl and on the day were thrilled to finally meet her.

"It was brilliant to see her," Nicola said.

"Words can't describe it. I was so happy and chuffed."

Nicola praised hospital staff for the high level of care and attention paid to her young family.

"Everyone was absolutely brilliant," she said.

"I can't say a bad word about them. They would have done anything for us. They were very helpful."

Priya is a first granddaughter for Nicola's family and "about the 20th" grandchild on Anthony's side of the family.

Since the little girl arrived home there have been plenty of visitors keen to meet her.

"The house hasn't stopped," Nicola said.

"Thanks to all our family and friends for being so kind."

Priya, who Nicola says looks very much like her dad, is thriving.

"She's doing really well," Nicola said.

"She's good. She's taking her bottles well. She's a good wee thing.

"She's the double of her daddy. He's doing brilliantly too!"

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