Baby Suranne is the first to be born at James Paget in 2016
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Little Suranne Tame made her entrance to the world on New Year's Day at the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston.
The first baby to be born there in 2016, Suranne arrived two weeks early and weighed in at 5lb 12.
Her birth at 8.43am was a relief to Lowestoft mum Ursula Tame, 35, who had spent five days in hospital before welcoming her third daughter.
Also mother to nine-year-old Shakira and seven-year-old Leonie, Mrs Tame, a teaching assistant and husband Kevin had to stock up on small baby clothes for their tiny new arrival.
She said: 'I'm thrilled, and I'm relieved I can finally go home!
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'Our other daughters wanted a little sister, but their dad has got to put up with all the girls!'
But proud father Mr Tame, 43, a lorry driver said: 'I'm over the moon.'
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