Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Just Born: Rory James Canmore

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.
Northern Ireland- 12th September 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. New born babies at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald, Co. Down. Vivian McKinnon which her son Sonny.
Lyndsey Straney with her newborn daughter Sophie Claire

Darren and Julie Canmore are celebrating the birth of their second child together.

The teachers, from Ballygowan, Co Down, have a two-year-old daughter called Lucie and are now also the proud parents of a baby boy called Rory.

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Rory James Canmore shares his middle name with his father and paternal grandfather, Robert.

The healthy little boy weighed 8lbs 9oz when he was born at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald on September 10 at 9.58am.

“My pregnancy was great,” Julie said. “I knew what to expect because it was our second time around.

“We didn’t find out if we were having a boy or girl, because we wanted to keep it as a surprise.

“Our daughter Lucie had said she wanted a sister, but Rory bought her a lovely Sleeping Beauty princess outfit, so she’s fine.”

Rory is the fourth grandchild for Julie’s side of the family and the second for Darren’s.

The family is undecided about whom Rory looks like the most.

“I don’t see him like anyone,” Julie said. “Not even his big sister.

“He is finer than she was. Maybe Winston Churchill.

“He seems very relaxed and laid-back. Slightly nocturnal.”

Darren added: “I am delighted with my son and heir.”

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