A year ago, to the day the World Health Organisation has just announced that Covid 19 was a pandemic. One year on we have the fantastic opportunity to bring much better news to everyone and what a brilliant way of marking that anniversary.
Maisie Elizabeth Rose Baker was born on the 11 minute of the 11 hour on the 12th of March at Warwick Hospital. Maisie was delivered by C section after it was discovered that she had stopped growing in the womb and so with doctors’ advice Sarah was prepared for what is major surgery during week 36 of her pregnancy.
As everyone knows childbirth can be a fraught time especially if any complications occur but we are delighted to announce that both Mum and Daughter are fit and well with Maisie weighing in at exactly 5lb and Mum as expected very tired.
Steve was even allowed to attend in theatre to witness the birth of his second child but from the picture looks rather startled in his scrubs!! Maisie Elizabeth Rose takes both of her middle names from Sarah and Steve’s respective Grandmas which is a fabulous tribute and both Steve’s Mum, Geta Baker and Sarah’s parents Marie and Denis Shields are dying to meet the new arrival and give her a squeeze.
“It’s been an amazing experience and our son Jack is so excited to meet his new baby sister and can’t wait until she arrives home..”
Steve Bakers Senior Site Manager
“This is fantastic news and we are so pleased that Maisie is with us and together with her Mum are doing so well, and everything has worked out well, she looks an absolute heart breaker!”
Simon Lamb MD
Mum and daughter remain in hospital following the surgery but are expected home shortly once given the all clear where we imagine preparations will start for Maisie’s first Easter.
On behalf of everyone at Makers congratulations to you all as we look forward to meeting baby Maisie.