It didn’t take very long for Lake Regional Hospital to welcome its first bundle of joy into the world.
Atticus-Lee Bradford Crowder made his debut at 12:56 New Year’s morning. Young Atticus-Lee is the son of Kimberley Henson and Michael Crowder of Eldon and made his debut coming in at 8-pounds and 1-ounce, and 20 inches long.
For being the New Year’s baby, young Atticus-Lee received a gift package which included a portable play yard donated by the hospital and, no doubt, probably an untold number of hugs and kisses from mom and dad.
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. — Atticus-Lee Bradford Crowder is the first baby born at Lake Regional Health System in 2022. Atticus-Lee, son of Kimberley Henson and Michael Crowder of Eldon, Missouri, was born at 12:56 a.m. on Jan. 1. He weighed 8 pounds and 1 ounce and was 20 and a half inches long.
As the New Year’s baby, Atticus-Lee received a gift package including a portable play yard donated by Lake Regional Health System.
Lake Regional Family Birth Center provides beautiful private suites with state-of-the-art safety features and comfortable furnishings. Each suite is equipped for labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum care — which means women check into one room and remain in that same room throughout their entire stay. Lake Regional also provides a Level II Nursery for babies who might need extra support. Learn more about the personalized birth experiences at Lake Regional Family Birth Center at lakeregional.com/fbc.
Caption: Lake Regional Family Birth Center’s 2022 New Year’s baby Atticus-Lee Bradford Crowder with parents Michael Crowder and Kimberley Henson of Eldon.