Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Just Born: Rory McSharry - brothers so taken by their new playmate

Welcome home: The McSharry family with baby Rory
Welcome home: The McSharry family with baby Rory
Sarah Johnston was born at the Lagan Valley Hospital's Midwifery Led Unit on March 29
Sarah Johnston was born at the Lagan Valley Hospital's Midwifery Led Unit on March 29
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.

Carolyn Smyth and Martin McSharry, from Dromara, have welcomed their third child into the world.

Rory McSharry was born at the Lagan Valley Hospital midwifery-led unit on April 2 at 3.22am.

He weighed 9lbs 13oz and measured 58cms.

Carolyn (30) and Martin (44) are now the proud parents of three boys.

Rory's older brothers George (4) and Jack (2) are thrilled to have a new playmate in the house.

"They are loving it," Carolyn said.

"I was a wee bit worried about Jack but they are being very gentle and giving him lots of hugs and kisses."

Carolyn said seeing her new son for the first time was a wonderful experience.

"It's an amazing feeling," she said.

"It doesn't lose the amazement factor. He's just brilliant. He's a cross between the other two boys. He has eyes like mine and a nose and mouth like his daddy."

The proud mum praised the team at Lagan Valley.

"They were totally brilliant," she said.

"They are very attentive and they make you feel in control, but you still have expert hands near by.

"There is a really nurturing vibe in the place."

Carolyn said she has been overwhelmed by the love and support from friends and family.

"Martin has been so supportive," she said.

"Everyone as been great."

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