Mexicali, Baja California.- It was 12:58 a.m. on January 1st when the first baby of 2023 was born at the Mexicali Children’s Hospital (HMIM). According to health officials, both mother and child are completely healthy.
The first child of 2023 will be called Alexander, the first son of Mrs. Ruby Granados Guzman, 30, a neighbor in the Flores Magon neighborhood who is dedicated to making art with mosaics.
The little one weighs 4,590 kg and measures 55 cmWas born naturally after 2 hours of labor.
Sal’s second birth occurred several hours later at 7:14 am. Luisa Alejandra, the second daughter of a couple composed of Mrs. Carla Marlene Romero Verdín and Luis Alberto González Soto, was a resident of the Benito Juárez township.
The girl weighs 2,740 kg, measures 45 cm, was born by natural delivery and is the second daughter of the couple, who celebrated with the event that “they already have a couple,” he said.
Being the first birth of the year, it traditionally receives visiting officials that gifts are distributed to the infants on behalf of the Mexican community.
On this occasion it was a baby carrier, a stroller and various personal hygiene items.
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Mothers and their newborns visited by the mayor of mexicali by Norma Bustamante and Dr. Jose Rojas Cerrato, Director of hmim,
As of December 28, 2022, the hospital had recorded 3,863 births, of which 50.5% were male and 49.5% female.