New baby makes three in 2016


Parents welcome first Sedalia baby born in 2016

The first baby born in Sedalia in 2016 waited a few days to make her appearance. Danielle Ransdell and Edwin Sablich, of Sedalia, became the parents of a daughter, Zada Elaine Sablich, born at 8:07 a.m. Monday at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Zada — the first child for the engaged couple — weighed 6.8 pounds and was 19 inches long. Danielle is an assistant at Thompson Hills Animal Clinic and Edwin is a welder/kiosk operator at Advantage Metals. Zada is a baby of firsts, said grandma Lisa Leyva, Danielle’s mother. The newborn is the couple’s first child, the family’s first grandchild and the first baby born in Sedalia in 2016.


New dad Edwin Sablich holds his tiny daughter Monday afternoon at Bothwell. “She’s very beautiful,” he said. The couple said they’ve had several visitors at the hospital already and were expecting several more throughout the day.


Zada, the newest Sedalian, was very calm and quiet during the Democrat’s visit with her family. “I say she looks like her dad, he says she looks like me,” said mom Danielle Ransdell. Dad Edwin Sablich said Zada has mom’s eyes and lips, while she has his nose and ears.


Zada is the granddaughter of Lisa Leyva and Brent Ransdell and the first grandchild for both. While at the hospital Monday afternoon, Leyva said Zada is the fifth generation in her family on Danielle’s side.


“We’re more excited than anything,” Edwin said. “It’s a little scary — she’s a part of your life now and you have to help raise her into a proper human being.”


Danielle said she was in labor for about five and a half hours. “With no epidural,” Edwin added.


Parents welcome first Sedalia baby born in 2016

The first baby born in Sedalia in 2016 waited a few days to make her appearance. Danielle Ransdell and Edwin Sablich, of Sedalia, became the parents of a daughter, Zada Elaine Sablich, born at 8:07 a.m. Monday at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Zada — the first child for the engaged couple — weighed 6.8 pounds and was 19 inches long. Danielle is an assistant at Thompson Hills Animal Clinic and Edwin is a welder/kiosk operator at Advantage Metals. Zada is a baby of firsts, said grandma Lisa Leyva, Danielle’s mother. The newborn is the couple’s first child, the family’s first grandchild and the first baby born in Sedalia in 2016.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD010516NewYearsBaby.jpgThe first baby born in Sedalia in 2016 waited a few days to make her appearance. Danielle Ransdell and Edwin Sablich, of Sedalia, became the parents of a daughter, Zada Elaine Sablich, born at 8:07 a.m. Monday at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Zada — the first child for the engaged couple — weighed 6.8 pounds and was 19 inches long. Danielle is an assistant at Thompson Hills Animal Clinic and Edwin is a welder/kiosk operator at Advantage Metals. Zada is a baby of firsts, said grandma Lisa Leyva, Danielle’s mother. The newborn is the couple’s first child, the family’s first grandchild and the first baby born in Sedalia in 2016.

New dad Edwin Sablich holds his tiny daughter Monday afternoon at Bothwell. “She’s very beautiful,” he said. The couple said they’ve had several visitors at the hospital already and were expecting several more throughout the day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD010516NewYearsBaby2.jpgNew dad Edwin Sablich holds his tiny daughter Monday afternoon at Bothwell. “She’s very beautiful,” he said. The couple said they’ve had several visitors at the hospital already and were expecting several more throughout the day.

Zada, the newest Sedalian, was very calm and quiet during the Democrat’s visit with her family. “I say she looks like her dad, he says she looks like me,” said mom Danielle Ransdell. Dad Edwin Sablich said Zada has mom’s eyes and lips, while she has his nose and ears.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD010516NewYearsBaby3.jpgZada, the newest Sedalian, was very calm and quiet during the Democrat’s visit with her family. “I say she looks like her dad, he says she looks like me,” said mom Danielle Ransdell. Dad Edwin Sablich said Zada has mom’s eyes and lips, while she has his nose and ears.

Zada is the granddaughter of Lisa Leyva and Brent Ransdell and the first grandchild for both. While at the hospital Monday afternoon, Leyva said Zada is the fifth generation in her family on Danielle’s side.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD010516NewYearsBaby4.jpgZada is the granddaughter of Lisa Leyva and Brent Ransdell and the first grandchild for both. While at the hospital Monday afternoon, Leyva said Zada is the fifth generation in her family on Danielle’s side.

“We’re more excited than anything,” Edwin said. “It’s a little scary — she’s a part of your life now and you have to help raise her into a proper human being.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD010516NewYearsBaby5.jpg“We’re more excited than anything,” Edwin said. “It’s a little scary — she’s a part of your life now and you have to help raise her into a proper human being.”

Danielle said she was in labor for about five and a half hours. “With no epidural,” Edwin added.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD010516NewYearsBaby6.jpgDanielle said she was in labor for about five and a half hours. “With no epidural,” Edwin added.

The first baby born in Sedalia in 2016 waited a few days to make her appearance. Danielle Ransdell and Edwin Sablich, of Sedalia, became the parents of a daughter, Zada Elaine Sablich, born at 8:07 a.m. Monday at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Zada — the first child for the engaged couple — weighed 6.8 pounds and was 19 inches long. Danielle is an assistant at Thompson Hills Animal Clinic and Edwin is a welder/kiosk operator at Advantage Metals.

Zada is a baby of firsts, said grandma Lisa Leyva, Danielle’s mother. The newborn is the couple’s first child, the family’s first grandchild and the first baby born in Sedalia in 2016.

New dad Edwin Sablich holds his tiny daughter Monday afternoon at Bothwell. “She’s very beautiful,” he said. The couple said they’ve had several visitors at the hospital already and were expecting several more throughout the day.

Zada, the newest Sedalian, was very calm and quiet during the Democrat’s visit with her family. “I say she looks like her dad, he says she looks like me,” said mom Danielle Ransdell. Dad Edwin Sablich said Zada has mom’s eyes and lips, while she has his nose and ears.

Zada is the granddaughter of Lisa Leyva and Brent Ransdell and the first grandchild for both. While at the hospital Monday afternoon, Leyva said Zada is the fifth generation in her family on Danielle’s side.

“We’re more excited than anything,” Edwin said. “It’s a little scary — she’s a part of your life now and you have to help raise her into a proper human being.”

Danielle said she was in labor for about five and a half hours. “With no epidural,” Edwin added.

Sedalia Democrat
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