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Just born: Daniel Charles Young

Oh brother! Family welcome third son

Published 01/04/2015

Baby Daniel Young
Baby Daniel Young

Paul and Tracey Young from Portavogie have welcomed a third son into the world.

Daniel Charles Young weighed 7lb 7oz and measured 50cms when he was born at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald on March 15 at 10.35pm.

Staff nurse Tracey (31) and Paul (35), a bodyguard in Iraq, were thrilled to finally meet their baby boy.

"I was glad the labour was over," said Tracey.

"He was gorgeous, just perfect.

"People think he looks like me, other people say Paul and others says his brothers."

There has been a mixed reaction to the new addition to the family from his loving big brothers Harry (3) and one-year-old James.

"James loves him and is all over him," Tracey said.

"But Harry is not fussed, he can't really be bothered."

Tracey explained her family is now complete and she will just have to accept she is outnumbered at home by boys.

"He is our last baby," she said.

"I will just have to be the lady of the house!"

Tracey praised the standard of care provided to her young family at the Ulster Hospital.

"They were all very good," she added.

Tracey and Paul would like to thank their friends and family for all the messages of congratulations, well wishes, presents and visits to their home since Daniel's arrival.

"We are looking forward to watching Daniel growing up with his brothers," Tracey added. "We are very happy."

Belfast Telegraph

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