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    Hi,

    From all the hard time and stress last year about Nana's mum was very ill and passed away in early December, Nana went to labour before she should be.

    Our daughter was born on the 3rd of Jan at 3.33pm weight just above 2000g (36 weeks - very tiny ) luckily she is healthy.

    Nana still is very upset about her mum but thank to our new arrival whom make her busy and hopefully she can move on the grief sooner.

    Gary

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    Hi,

    From all the hard time and stress last year about Nana's mum was very ill and passed away in early December, Nana went to labour before she should be.

    Our daughter was born on the 3rd of Jan at 3.33pm weight just above 2000g (36 weeks - very tiny ) luckily she is healthy.

    Nana still is very upset about her mum but thank to our new arrival whom make her busy and hopefully she can move on the grief sooner.

    Gary

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    Congratulations on the new arrival Gary and Nana.
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    Wow, what an extreme mix of emotions Nana must be experiencing. Congratulations and condolences, Nana no doubt will need as much support as you are able to give at this time.
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    all the very best to you both from

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    my thoughts mirror tobias.
    best wishes to both of you
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    All the best from myself and Ying as well
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    Hi,

    Thank you so much for all of you next mission is to find her name

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    Gary and Nana

    Many congratulations on your new arrival.

    Our thoughts are with you both.

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    Best wishes for the future too,

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    best wishes for the future from us too
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    Great news she weighed 0.8 kgs more than my Daughter who was only 1.2 kg and is now 14 years old and ** kilo so don't worry.

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    Originally posted by phoenix111g:
    Hi,

    Thank you so much for all of you next mission is to find her name

    Gary
    Congratulations

    What was her late grandmother's name/s?

    I'm sure your wife might like that or an English version of it. Maybe as a "middle" name?


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    gtreat news
    all good thing's come in little packages

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    Congratulations

    What was her late grandmother's name/s?

    I'm sure your wife might like that or an English version of it. Maybe as a "middle" name?

    Yeah I was thinking about that but Nana said her mom's name is quite old fashion if we gonna name our tiny girl plus she said Thai people prefer a UNIQUE name for the kid it's even better if you can name the kid with the name that nobody use it or very small amount people use it

    A bit silly for me cause UK people likes using the same name of the parent or grands' or great grands' for our kid but again she said Thai people not gonna use the same name as the parents it's not good it will make the baby not healthy or bad luck Is that true? Anybody used to ask your other half?

    Gary

    PS Thanks again for all wishes, we wish you all the best as well

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    Our sons middle name is the name of Daengs late father and she had no problems with that , being fair he's not using it any more though
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    Great news she weighed 0.8 kgs more than my Daughter who was only 1.2 kg and is now 14 years old and ** kilo so don't worry.

    ash

    OMG I hate to think how tiny she was and how difficult to change her cause now when we change her nappy we were worried about snapping her legs cause they are just twice size of Nana's thumb.

    However your daughter's case give us a big encouragement thanks

    Gary

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    My sons were 2.1 and 2.3 kgs respectively born at the same time , don't worry there very hard to break
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    Gary & Nana

    Congrats from us too
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    Well done and all the best for the future

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