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Frances Elizabeth Jernigan-Clayton

Frances Elizabeth Jernigan-ClaytonWith much drama and excitement—amniotic deluge! plummeting fetal heart rate! emergency c-section!—Frances Elizabeth Jernigan-Clayton was born the afternoon of Wednesday, July 12. She weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces, and she has a wonderfully large head, just like her daddy. Consensus among the nurses was, with a noggin that big, the surgical delivery might have been a blessing in disguise. Frances is a natural when it comes to nursing, she and her father enjoy sticking out their tongues at each other, and everyone who has met her agrees that she is, really, just the best baby ever.


July 15, 2006 | Permalink


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