Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 25 October 2014

Just Born: Cain Stuart

PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALD Regristrar Page. Newly born Caine Stewart Dempsey pictured in the Ulster Hospital Maternity Ward
06.12.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALD Registrar Page. Aaron and Catherine Quinn pictured with new-born baby boy Ty and 20 Month old son Ezra
Lyndsey Straney with her newborn daughter Sophie Claire

Stuart McLeese and Sammy-Jo Dempsey, from east Belfast, are celebrating the birth of their second child, Cain Stuart.

The couple had a 3D scan done ahead of the new arrival to find out if they were having a boy or a girl.

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Cain was born five days early, by planned Caesarean section, at the Ulster Hospital, Dundonald, on December 5 at 12.44pm.

He weighed 6lbs 15oz and measured 50cms at birth.

Stuart and Sammy-Jo are already the proud parents of a lovely little daughter, Kacey-Jo, aged 15 months. She is enjoying having a new little brother in the house.

“Kacey-Jo is kissing and hugging him, but wants me still,” Sammy-Jo said.

“We've got our hands full, because she's not even walking yet, but we are very happy.

“That's our family complete. I was delighted when they handed him to me — he is brilliant and he looks like his daddy.”

Stuart said: “I am over the Moon. It is lovely to have a son.”

When the Belfast Telegraph visited Stuart and Sammy-Jo at the Ulster Hospital they told us the staff were a fantastic support.

“The staff are great. Very helpful,” Sammy-Jo said.

Stuart explained the phone hasn't stopped since Cain was born, with the couple's friends and family calling to congratulate them and wish them well.

“But we won't hear from anyone now,” he joked.

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