The first baby in the Sacramento area in 2021 was born 19 minutes after midnight, according to the hospital

Welcome to the world, Elizabeth! According to the Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center, the first baby in 2021 who was born in the greater Sacramento area was born 19 minutes after midnight. Elizabeth Cressman turned the scale at 9 pounds, 1 ounce, by 22 inches long. The hospital said the girl and her mother, Tracy Crisman, 34, were in good condition. She joins dad Matthew Cressman, 38, and three older brothers in the family, William, Caroline and Adeline. The family lives in Roseville. “My hopes, as a new mom, are that they will be happy, healthy, and live a life full of joy,” said Tracy Cressman. Chrisman said that her mother and sisters join the family at the hospital every time she gives birth, but they were not allowed to go this year. “This was my fourth so it was very different from the others. When asked what advice you might give to others who are pregnant during the pandemic, there could have been none of my family but my husband, so that was one of the biggest things for me,” said Chrisman. The past. “So, keep your community awake and share the exciting ways you can do it even though it’s not the original ways you wanted it, whether it’s the people you were born with, the baby shower, or things like that.” Just look for ways to connect. She said that although it was difficult not to have her large family there for Elizabeth’s birth, it was good to “just spend that time alone with your husband, and your partner to focus on your new baby – – so there are positives there too. “Kaiser Permanente said it has verified with other local hospitals that baby Elizabeth was the first toddler born in the area for the new year. Chrisman said her other children are planning to meet their new sister when she leaves the hospital on Saturday.”

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Welcome to the world, Elizabeth!

According to the Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center, the first baby in 2021 who was born in the greater Sacramento area was born 19 minutes after midnight.

Elizabeth Cressman turned the scale at 9 pounds, 1 ounce, by 22 inches long.

The hospital said the girl and her mother, Tracy Crisman, 34, were in good condition.

She joins dad Matthew Cressman, 38, and three older brothers in the family, William, Caroline and Adeline. The family lives in Roseville.

“My hopes, as a new mom, are that they will be happy, healthy, and live a life full of joy,” said Tracy Cressman. “It’s especially important this year after such a difficult year has gone by.”

Chrisman said her mother and sisters usually join the family at the hospital every time she gives birth, but they weren’t allowed to go this year.

“This was my fourth so it was very different from the others. There could have been none of my family there except my husband, so that was one of the biggest things for me.”

When asked what advice she might give to others who are pregnant during a pandemic, Chrisman indicated that her experience this time was more isolated than it had been in the past.

She said, “So just preserve your community and sign up for the exciting ways you can do it even though it’s not the original ways you wanted it, whether it’s the people at birth or the baby shower or things like that.” “I’m just looking for ways to connect.”

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She said that while it was difficult not for her extended family to be there for Elizabeth’s birth, it was okay to “just spend that time alone with your husband, and your partner to focus on your new baby – so there are positives out there, too.”

Kaiser Permanente said it has verified with other local hospitals that baby Elizabeth is the first toddler to be born in the area for the new year.

Chrisman said her other children are planning to meet their new sister when she leaves the hospital on Saturday.

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Courtesy of Kaiser Permanente

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