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Kyliam, born in Vigo, and Carla, in Salamanca, the first babies of 2024

As usual, there was little to wait for the first babies to be born in Spain in this brand new year, 2024. Around midnight they arrived into the world. Kyliam, in Vigo (Pontevedra), Carla, in Salamanca, and Jacob, in La Seu d’Urgell (Lleida)just with the chimes of the new year.

Specifically, Kyliam was born at the Álvaro Cunqueiro hospital at midnight and weighed 3,420 grams. He is the son of Fran Barreiro and Jenny Gallego, a couple of first-time parents who reside in the Pontevedra town of Gondomar.

For its part, Carla was born at the Salamanca University Care Complex 26 seconds into the new year.. As an anecdote, Carla’s birth took place almost at the same time as the chimes, so, minutes later, the medical team ate the grapes with Canary Island time.

Almost at the same time as them, at 00:01, but at the Fundació Sant Hospital de la Seu d’Urgell (Lleida), Jacob, the first baby in Catalonia in 2024, was born.

Just two minutes later, At 00:03 hours, Carme, in the Balearic Islands, in the Manacor Hospital, and Vera, in Aragón, were born.specifically at the Miguel Servet University Hospital in Zaragoza.

At 00:14 hours they came into the world Erik and Rubenwhich have become in the first babies born this year in the Community of Madrid, as reported to Europa Press by a spokesperson for the Ministry of Health. The first, Erik, was born in the hospital in La Paz, while Rubén opened his eyes for the first time in the hospital in Fuenlabrada.

Shortly after, at 00:22 hours, Martina was the first to come into the world in Euskadi, specifically at the Mendaro Hospital, in Guipúzcoa.

Subsequently, Chloe was born, the first baby born in País Valencià in 2024. The Vinalopó University Hospital, in Elche (Alicante), welcomed the birth of the girl at 12:25 a.m., who weighed 3,320 kilos.

In Andalusia, the first baby born in 2024 was a girl, Arabiawho came into the world at the San Agustín Hospital in Linares (Jaén) after midnight, when there were 20 minutes left to reach one in the morning.

In Asturias, the first birth that occurred this year was that of Veraa girl who weighed 3,480 kilos and was born at 2:13 a.m. last morning.

Seven minutes later, at 2:20 a.m., Lara was the first baby of 2024 in Extremadura. The girl came into the world at the Mérida Hospital and weighed 2,860 kilos. Her parents are from Almendralejo.

Minutes later, at 2:26 a.m., another girl was born at the Maternal and Child University Hospital of the Canary Islands (Gran Canaria) by natural birth and weighing 1,850 grams, becoming the first baby of the year in the Canary Islands.

The earliest riser in Castilla-La Mancha was Laia, who was born at the General University Hospital of Albacete at 2:45 a.m.

In Cantabria, the first birth that occurred in the year 2024 was that of Sergio, who came into the world at 2:53 a.m. last morning on January 1. The baby was born at the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital in Santander and weighed 3.04 kilograms.

Later, but in Murcia, Pedro was born around 3:36 a.m., specifically at the Virgen de la Arrixaca University Hospital in Murcia.

In La Rioja, the first baby of 2024 was born at 4:39 a.m. at the San Pedro de Logroño Hospital, which they have named Fátima, as reported by the Rioja Government.

For its part, Navarra has been the last autonomous community to register the birth of its first baby of the year, since at 12:00 p.m. on January 1, none had yet been born. Finally, a child who will be called Julen has been the first birth of the year 2024 in the hospitals of the Navarrese Health Service (SNS).

The birth occurred at 3:27 p.m. in the Maternal and Child Area of ​​the University Hospital of Navarra (HUN). Both the baby and the mother are in perfect condition after the birth, which occurred naturally, as reported by the regional Government. Julen is the first child of Javier Ezquerro Pérez and Estíbaliz Esquíroz Olcoz, residents of Tafalla.

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