Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Just Born: Callum Glass

Baby pic - Regristrar - Johnathon and Calum Glass
PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALD Regristrar Page. Newly born Caine Stewart Dempsey pictured in the Ulster Hospital Maternity Ward
Lyndsey Straney with her newborn daughter Sophie Claire

Nicole Craig and Jonathan Glass are celebrating the birth of their first child, Callum.

The Lisburn couple’s baby son weighed 8lbs 2oz when he was born at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald on December 4 at 10.10pm.

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Nicola (18) has just finished school and said she hopes to return to study in the future and become a midwife.

She and Jonathan (20), a production operative, are thrilled to have their little son to care for and are looking forward to his first Christmas.

Nicole said she had a wonderful water-birth experience and praised the staff for their care.

“Everyone at the hospital was brilliant,” she said. “The staff were amazing.

“He was a week late, so it was great to finally see him. It was totally out of this world.

“I couldn’t believe he was finally with us after 10 hours in labour. I don’t think I could have done it without the water.”

Proud dad Jonathan was with Nicole throughout her labour and they are both enjoying the challenges and special moments being new parents bring.

“Being a mum is brilliant,” Nicole added. “We knew we were having a boy and went blue crazy.”

Callum is the first grandchild for the young couple’s parents, who say they have been inundated with messages of congratulations and well-wishes.

“It’s been hectic with visitors and we can’t wait for Christmas,” added Nicole.

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