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BABY Orion Raymond Charles
was in a hurry to get into 2017,
being born four minutes after the
state's first baby and just over four
weeks before his expected due
Lyndoch parents Hayden Mclennan
and Samantha Charles were very
disappointed to miss out on the 2017
title, but were very relieved that little
4-pound 4.6-ounce Orion arrived
safe and healthy at 1.34am, despite a
"We are definitely excited, in a
little bit of shock and really, really
happy," Miss Charles said.
"I feel really different now that I
don't feel any kicks.
"We had a lot of trouble, we had
three early labour trips to the
hospital; I feel that I was a regular at
the hospitals around here."
Miss Charles experienced pain and
bleeding throughout her pregnancy,
which continued into her labour,
where she lost a lot of blood.
"She lost just over a litre of blood
and went into shock," Mr Mclennan
"She made me panic and think I
was going to lose her, because she
was shaking and not responding for
almost three minutes, then the nurse
told me to get out of the way.
"But then she opened her eyes and
said 'no', and grabbed my hand
-- she definitely scared me."
The complications caused the Lyell
McEwin Hospital staff to rush
Miss Charles in for an emergency
Caesarean section after almost three
hours into her labour.
Little Orion won't be heading back
to the couple's Lyndoch home for
at least another four weeks, but, in
the meantime, his room and all baby
equipment is being prepared.
"I am a little sad that I get discharged
today and don't get my baby home,"
"But we are going to try and see him
"We are already getting the house
prepped up at the moment, but we
still have some more stuff to get.
"We thought that we would have
some more time."
Orion's birth did disrupt some very
exciting plans, which now are in the
pipeline for the near future.
"The funny thing is that I was
actually going to propose on New
Year's, but the little one had other
plans," Mr Mclennan laughed.
"Now I am getting another plan
organised because I thought I would
wait until everything is all finished
and all good."
Proud parents Hayden Mclennan and partner Samantha Charles welcomed miracle baby Orion Raymond Charles into the
world only an hour into 2017.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
year was all that baby Arya
Lilly Schutz needed before she
was ready to meet her family,
becoming the first baby born at
the Gawler Hospital in 2017 on
just its second day.
Cool and calm mum Stacey
Hamdorf said she left for the
Gawler Hospital after waking up
in the early hours of Monday,
"She is actually a week late;
I woke up yesterday morning
about 1.15am and thought, 'yep,
it is time to go'," she said.
"Everything was pretty smooth
and then I think it got to about
6am, and then they sort of
started getting things moving.
"It all went good, it was a
natural birth and everything
went really well."
The third child of Ms Hamdorf,
Arya joins Layla, 7, and brother
Amon, 20, who are both very
excited about their new baby
sister, although Layla has some
"To be honest, at the moment it
is boring because she won't do
anything," Layla said.
"She won't be fun if she pulls
Ms Hamdorf said Arya was her
biggest baby yet and there is
certainly some family traits that
"She is definitely the heaviest
that I have had; 8 pound 9
ounces and she is 52cm," Ms
"She definitely looks like the
other half, though."
Being the first birth for the
hospital, Gawler's staff
presented Ms Hamdorf with a
kind gift -- something she was
not at all expecting.
"I have been inundated with
people and messages and the
hospital was really lovely, they
gave me a gift basket for having
the first one," she said.
"This is where I had both my
other children and I decided
to come back because the
midwives are fantastic."
Ms Hamdorf said Arya will be
her final baby and she was very
excited to be taking her home
only a day after welcoming her
to the world.
start to life
Mum Stacey Hamdorf (right) and big sister Layla Schutz were very
excited to be taking home little Arya Lilly Schutz only a day after being
the ﬁrst baby born at the Gawler Hospital.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
Cousins born on
same day -- page 17
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