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Christ Hospital announces last/first babies of the year

By Roger Seay email

CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Kaylee Hayes of Fairfax is the first baby of the year in Cincinnati. 

Christ Hospital says she was born at 2:11am this morning.  Her mom, Rachel Hayes, of Fairfax says Kaylee is "just perfect."

Kaylee checked into this world weighing 7 pounds, 11.7 ounces with a length of 20.08 inches.  Mom says she is excited that Kaylee is the first baby of the year.  The thought never crossed her mind when she was in labor.

The last one born at the hospital for 2009 was at 9:12 pm on December 31st.

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