Meet Truckee/North Tahoeandamp;#8217;s first baby of 2012 |

Meet Truckee/North Tahoeandamp;#8217;s first baby of 2012

Courtesy Tahoe Forest HospitalDaysi Bautista and Tyler Dean Sperlin welcomed Bradley Dean to Truckee Jan. 1, 2012 at 10:31 a.m.

TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Tahoe Forest Hospital announced the first baby of the 2012 new year, a baby boy named Bradley Dean. Mom Daysi Bautista and Dad Tyler Dean Sperlin welcomed Bradley to the world, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012 at 10:31 a.m. Weighing 6 lbs., 15 oz. and 20 inches long, Bradley is the coupleandamp;#8217;s first child.andamp;#8220;Bradley surprised us,andamp;#8221; said Mom Daysi, andamp;#8220;We thought he was going to be born on Christmas Day after I started having contractions, but he ended up coming just one day after his original due date. We were off to the hospital at 4 a.m. on New Years Day and he was delivered by cesarean section at 10:31 a.m.andamp;#8221;Bradley received a bountiful gift basket compliments of area merchants for being the first baby of the new year. The gift basket contained useful items for baby and family from local businesses including:andamp;#8226; Mazie Carnell of Sierraville, hand-made quiltandamp;#8226; W andamp; T Graphix, New Yearandamp;#8217;s baby teeandamp;#8226; Dorindaandamp;#8217;s, hand-dipped chocolatesandamp;#8226; Sonja Bena of Images Salon, gift certificate, hair cut and styleandamp;#8226; Lori Naumann of The Mane Attraction Salon, gift certificateandamp;#8226; The Tree House, infant clothing and miscellaneousandamp;#8226; The White Buffalo, infant moccasinsandamp;#8226; The Backstreet Boutique, infant bootiesandamp;#8226; Ambiance, candles, lotions for Momandamp;#8226; Gratitudes, infant towel, lotions and candles for Momandamp;#8220;We are overwhelmed with joy to finally meet the little person who was so active during pregnancy. Holding and kissing him for the first time was so amazing,andamp;#8221; said Mom Daysi.Tahoe Forest Health System is a not-for-profit rural health care facility in Truckee and was recently named one of the nations Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals. For more information, go to

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