THERE’S sure to be fireworks every time Teddy Jack Winn-Atkinson celebrates his birthday.
Originally due on December 25, he was a late Christmas present as the bundle of joy for proud parents Jack and Tori arrived on New Year’s Day.
The newborn said hello to the world at 12.38pm on January 1 to become the first baby of 2013 born at Scarborough Hospital.
Weighing in at 8lb 9oz and after a long labour, mum Tori Winn-Atkinson professed that “there’ll be no more after” and said that the family is now happily settling down at their cottage in Kirby Misperton.
Mrs Winn-Atkinson added: “Teddy’s absolutely fabulous, he’s great.
“He’s sleeping and feeding a lot.
“I’m feeling a lot better now and we’re all settled in.
“The hospital were absolutely fantastic.”
The baby is now the subject of much affection at home, especially from big sister Harmarni, aged three years old.
Mrs Winn-Atkinson said: “Harmarni’s been kissing him and she’s helping to feed him.
“She said she loves him and that she’s the big sister – that’s all she keeps saying now.”