Two baby girls first to be born in the year of the Monkey

Two baby girls first to be born in the year of the Monkey
John Lee, 32, who works in car rental customer support and Mdm Ling Huishan, 30, who works in the oil and gas industry, pictured with their newborn baby girl, Casslyn, at Thomson Medical Centre on 8 February, 2016. Casslyn was one of the babies born on the stroke of midnight on the first day of Chinese New Year.
PHOTO: Risis

SINGAPORE - Two baby girls made their appearance at the stroke of midnight on Monday (Feb 8), becoming the first to be born in the year of the Monkey.

Newborn Casslyn was delivered at Thomson Medical Centre.

Her mum Ling Huishan, 30, works in the oil and gas industry, while dad John Lee, 32, is in car rental customer support.

Casslyn, who is the couple's first child, weighed 3.4kg,Shin Min Daily News said.

The other little girl (above), also born at midnight, has yet to be named.

She was born to Mr Ivan Koh, 39, and Ms Chu Guat Beng, 34, both engineers, at Mount Alvernia Hospital.

The couple also have a son, Ian, who is 17 months old.

Mr Koh told Shin Min that his wife began having contractions while they were having their reunion dinner, but she remained calm and even finished the meal before heading to the hospital.

Both babies received cash and a gold monkey ornament from Risis.


This article was first published on Feb 9, 2016.
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