Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 20 August 2014

Just Born: Conor Neill

Northern Ireland- 12th September 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. New born babies at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald, Co. Down. Vicki Neill with her son Conor .
Northern Ireland- 12th September 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. New born babies at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald, Co. Down. Julie and Darren Canmore with their son Rory.
Lyndsey Straney with her newborn daughter Sophie Claire

Vicki and Stuart Neill are celebrating the birth of their first child, Conor.

The civil servants from Ballywalter, Co Down, are thrilled to be parents for the first time and are doting on their lovely new baby son.

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Little Conor weighed 7lb 6oz when he was born at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald, two weeks early.

He had been due on September 24, but arrived on September 11 at 12.35pm.

“My waters broke and then nothing happened for a day, so I was brought in to be induced,” Vicki said.

“He didn’t want to come.”

Vicki added: “Giving birth was an eventful experience.

“There were so many doctors and nurses with me. I have to say, they were all very good.”

Vicki told the Belfast Telegraph she and Stuart didn’t find out if they were having a boy or girl during her scans because they wanted the gender of the baby to be a nice surprise.

“We had picked out a girl’s name and had a shortlist of 10 boys names,” Vicki said.

“I think he looks like a Conor.”

She said the new addition was settling in well.

“He’s great. He loves to sleep all the time,” Vicki added.

“I think he looks like me but everybody is saying he looks like his daddy.”

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