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Monday 20 October 2014

Just Born: Shea Magee

@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland -20th June 2012 Mandatory Credit - Brian Little/ Presseye.com Belfast Telegraph- Ulster Hospital Peggy Matthews and Ryan Magee from Portaferry with baby Shea Magee.
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland -20th June 2012 Mandatory Credit - Brian Little/ Presseye.com Belfast Telegraph- Ulster Hospital Deborah O'Neill and Craig Macey-Lillie from Dundonald with Leo Alexander Macey -Lillie.
Lyndsey Straney with her newborn daughter Sophie Claire

Ryan Magee and Peggy Matthews, from Portaferry in Co Down, are celebrating the birth of their son, Shea Magee.

Little Shea was born by Caesarean section at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald on June 18 at 10.14am.

He weighed in at 7lbs 14oz and was 55cms from head to toe.

Peggy, who is also mum to 14-year-old Raymond, praised staff at the Ulster Hospital for the excellent care they provided.

“Everything went really well,” Peggy said.

“The surgeon and the rest of the hospital staff were brilliant.”

Peggy (35) is a warehouse manager and Ryan (25) is a warehouse operative at the same company.

The happy couple told the Belfast Telegraph that they are thrilled to have their little boy to look after and are looking forward to watching him grow.

“I couldn't begin to put into words how I felt when they handed him to me,” Peggy added.

“We knew we were having a boy, so we were hoping he looks like a Shea — and he does.

“He is the spit of his Daddy and a typical male. He doesn't like being disturbed.

“We couldn't be happier.”

Dad Ryan added: “He's great. I am feeling very proud.”

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