El Paso’s First Babies of 2022: Families Ring In New Year Welcoming New Bundles of Joy
It’s a boy! And a girl! And another girl! And more boys! Happy birth day to El Paso’s first babies of 2022.
For the second year in a row, the first “bundle of joy” of the New Year was born at the Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus. This year that distinction belongs to Kaleth Lopez who was born at 12:02 a.m., per a post on the hospital's Facebook.
According to published reports, this makes the third boy for mother Jasmin Arras and father Julian Lopez who will no doubt have their hands full. Because raising 3 boys is easy … said no one ever.
Besides Kaleth, El Paso’s newest residents also includes two more boys and two girls.
Welcome to the world, little ones. Sorry we've left such a dumpster fire for your generation to put out. And congratulations moms and dads on the births of your sweet, adorable little screaming, pooping tax deductions.
First Baby of 2022 - Hospitals of Providence
We are thrilled to welcome our first bundle of joy of 2022 – welcome to the world sweet baby Kaleth, born at 12:02am and weighing in a 6lbs 4oz and oh so cozy and snuggly.
First Baby of 2022 – University Medical Center
Welcome baby girl Gianna Vanessa (6 pounds, 8 ounces) UMC’s first newborn of 2022. Her mother, Dayan, gave birth to her at 10:17 a.m. New Year’s Day. Congratulations, Dayan, and welcome, Gianna Vanessa!
First Babies of 2022 – Las Palmas Del Sol
Little Jeremiah and Jorge were the first born in 2022, at around 11:00 a.m. yesterday at Las Palmas Medical Center and Del Sol Medical Center. Congratulations to the proud parents on your new bundles of joy!
First Baby of 2022 - William Beaumont Army Medical Center
Congratulations to Pfc. Michelle Gonzales from 86th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 11th Corps Signal Brigade, and Jason Hernandez from New York, on the birth of their daughter, Mia. Mia was born in the early evening of January 1st, making her the first born baby of 2022 for our hospital.