For some North Texas families, ringing in the new year also meant joyously welcoming a new baby into their homes and their hearts. Although 2021 may have looked different than past New Year’s celebrations, one thing remains the same: Now as always, moms and babies are cherished and protected at Medical City Healthcare hospitals.
If you’re pregnant or thinking about adding a new member to your family, we invite you to see what other moms have to say about delivering their babies during the pandemic:
- Tatyana Bloom, a first-time mom with a high-risk pregnancy, shares her pandemic childbirth story
- Four moms share what it was like to have a baby during the pandemic
- Five moms share what it was like to have a baby during the pandemic
- Cat Wren, a first-time mom, shares what it was like to have a baby during the pandemic
- Emily Harris shares what to expect when having a baby during the coronavirus crisis
Baby Mia at Medical City Alliance
The Labor and Delivery team at Medical City Alliance welcomed its first baby of 2021 at 3:09 a.m. on New Year's day! Baby Mia weighed in at 7 pounds, 9.5 ounces. and measured 20.5 inches in length.
Congratulations to this beautiful family and thank you for choosing Medical City Alliance for your special delivery!
Baby Caroline at Medical City Arlington
2021 brought a bundle of joy to one of our own Medical City Healthcare Heroes!
Stephanie and Zach Stockton welcomed baby Caroline, the first baby of 2021 born at Medical City Arlington.
Stephanie is a nurse at Medical City Fort Worth and we are proud to have helped deliver her dreams.
Baby Arjun at Medical City Las Colinas
New year, new life! We’re so pleased to introduce baby Arjun, the first baby born at Medical City Las Colinas in 2021!
Here’s to another year of delivering dreams.
Baby Yohan at Medical City McKinney
Welcome baby Yohan, Medical City McKinney’s first baby of 2021, born on New Year’s Day!
Baby Alayna at Medical City Plano
Meet Medical City Plano’s New Year baby of 2021. Welcome to the world, sweet Baby Alayna!
Find out why Medical City Plano has been voted Best Place to Have a Baby in Collin County by the readers of DFW Child magazine for two consecutive years!
Baby Grayson at Medical City Plano
Congratulations to Clare and Nico Barnard, who welcomed baby Grayson at Medical City Plano on January 5!
The Bernards have a special legacy with us. Clare was one of four grandchildren to be born at Medical City Plano and Clare’s grandmother, Anna Martin, has worked in our hospital for the last 25 years! Just one of the many reason Clare and Nico made the drive from Little Elm to deliver with us and we are so thankful!
Willow at Medical City Weatherford
A new year has brought a new face into the world! The Labor and Delivery Team at Medical City Weatherford was honored to welcome the hospital’s first baby of 2021 on January 3—baby Willow!
Despite the pandemic, Willow’s mom Adrian said that her delivery experience was a positive one. She offered this advice for pregnant women who are unsure about what to expect during their labor and delivery.
“If you’re afraid of going in there, if you’re going alone or if your birth partner isn’t really prepared, know that the staff and nurses will be there as a really good support system for you,” Adrian says.
Please note: Official guidance related to pregnancy and COVID-19 will continue to evolve as more information becomes available. Please refer to the CDC for the latest information and additional resources.