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J.C. Blair and Safe Kids Present Gifts to New Year's Baby

J.C. Blair Health System, Inc. and Safe Kids Huntingdon County presented the J.C. Blair New Year's Baby Cynthia Rose Harris of Mount Union, with a gift certificate, newborn safety kit, convertible car seat and a Dairy Promotion gift basket donated by the Dairy Princess Court and their families. Cynthia arrived at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 1, 2012, to become J.C. Blair's first delivery of the new year. She weighed 7 pounds, 7.4 ounces and measured 20.5 inches long when delivered by Obstetrician/Gynecologist Erik Smith.

Cynthia is the daughter of Matthew and Jamie Harris. Her siblings Hailey (5), Anthony (4), Nakieta (2) and Brennan (1) welcomed her home. Grandparents are Paul and Carolyn Ashman, Silverford Heights, Mount Union; and Richard and Debra Harris, Mount Union.

Pictured with Cynthia is her mother Jamie Harris (second from right), along with (from left) J.C. Blair maternity nurse Katie Shade, RN, J.C. Blair Pediatrician Maheshwor Kafle, M.D., and maternity nurse Jan Edwards, RN.

The newborn safety kit included a convertible car seat and a bag filled with plug protectors, cabinet locks, a smoke and fire alarm (from the Huntingdon Kiwanis Club), a baby bath temperature tester, window blind cord wind-ups, door knob covers, furniture wall straps, and baby spoon from The Auxiliary to J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, and a variety of other health and safety items, books and brochures. The Hospital presented the family with a gift certificate to a Huntingdon County restaurant of their choice.

In addition, Huntingdon County Dairy Princess Court presented Cynthia and her family with a Dairy Promotion basket. Basket includes plush cow and blanket, "Got Milk?" onesie, books, baby shampoo/lotion, bounce and giggle coy toy, moo mixer, diapers, wipes, cow plate, Velveeta cheese, Kraft mac and cheese, crackers, caramel topping, cow ice cream scoop, parmesan cheese, sprinkles, cow rattle, ice cream cone shape teether, dairy recipes and brochures, as well as a five pound block of cheddar cheese donated by the Huntingdon County Holstein Club.