Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Just Born: Phoebe Indie Mullen

Beautiful newborn just loves her grub

Phoebe Indie Mullen was born at the Ulster Hospital on April 9
Phoebe Indie Mullen was born at the Ulster Hospital on April 9
Welcome home: The McSharry family with baby Rory
Welcome home: The McSharry family with baby Rory
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.

Hayley Mullen, from Ballywalter, is celebrating the birth of her first child.

Little Phoebe Indie Mullen was born at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald on April 9 at 12.10am.

The healthy baby girl weighed 6lbs 3oz and measured 50cms on her arrival into the world.

Phoebe was born by Caesarean section.

"I was meant to be having a normal delivery but ended up having an emergency C-section," Hayley explained.

"I couldn't believe she was here so quickly.

"It was amazing. Everyone is saying she looks like me."

Hayley praised the standard of care at the Ulster Hospital.

"The staff were very good," she said.

"They were all very helpful and so good with us."

Hayley (25), a nanny, is enjoying motherhood and Phoebe is thriving.

"It's brilliant," she said.

"Phoebe is a very content wee baby. She is very good. She loves her grub. She is up every two hours."

The proud new mum would like to thank her loved ones for all their messages of congratulations and best wishes for the future.

"Thanks to all my friends and family for their support, presents and being there for us," she said.

"My partner has been very supportive and helpful, and really surprised me."

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