MENDOCINO Co., 1/3/22 — Mendocino County’s first baby of the year arrived at Adventist Health Ukiah Valley on January 1: Rosemary Cramblett, who showed up measuring almost 8 pounds and 21 inches in length. Parents Carly and Sean Cramblett received a welcome package with handmade gifts from the staff as part of Rosemary’s arrival.
Here’s the announcement from Adventist Health Ukiah Valley:
January 2, 2022 (Ukiah, CA) – Adventist Health Ukiah Valley welcomed its first baby of the new year in Mendocino County, Saturday afternoon.
Rosemary was born at the family birthing center at 7 p.m. on January 1, 2022 to parents Carly and Sean Cramblett. She weighed 7 pounds, 14.46 ounces and was 21 inches long. The Cramblett were elated to welcome their new buddle of joy into the world on New Year’s with smiles and joy.
Taff Cheneweth, OB Department Manager for Adventist Health Ukiah Valley shared some of the beautiful items his team brings to the birth of the newest member of our community and how much they love the experience. “The labor and delivery department has the distinct privilege of welcoming new life into our community. Every birth we’re a part of is special and strive to make every experience feel special and safe. The New Year’s baby is an event we prepare for months before, by making handmade knitted hats and blankets. Our charge nurse Teresa Keffeler, nurses, Marisela Mendoza and Paulette Shark and Certified OB Technician Sarah Davis as well as others volunteer their time to making these special gifts for the newest member of 2022.”
Taff went on to say, “My team does it from the heart, and I love that about them. It brings us joy to see that Rosie (Rosemary) will be wrapped in warmth and love in her parent’s arms.”
The Adventist Health Ukiah Valley family congratulates the wonderful Cramblett family, who was showered with love and care by the Ukiah Valley team as they welcomed a healthy baby girl into the new year, with hope for a bright future ahead, filled with love and happiness.