South Royalton family welcomes first baby of new yearStaff Report | January 03,2013
RANDOLPH - Sara Bowen and fiancé Shawn Sedor of South Royalton were the first to welcome a baby in the new year at Gifford Medical Center in Randolph.
Bowen gave birth to daughter, Kaydence Sedor, on Jan. 2 at 10:29 p.m. A gorgeous and healthy Kaydence weighed in at 7 pounds 12 ounces and is 20 ˝ inches long.
She is the couple's second child. Two-year-old Cassidy Sedor was also born at Gifford.
The family was excited to have the first baby of the new year. "It's really cool, actually," said Bowen.
But they were more excited with the newest member of their family, regardless of her birth date.
"I'm lost for words. I love my kids. They're amazing. (There's) nothing better than to have kids," said Bowen, who was originally due to give birth on Dec. 28.
"I'm just glad that she's healthy. We are lucky to have this blessing in our life," Sedor said.
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