Oh Baby! And Your Favorite Baby Is...

Oh Baby! And Your Favorite Baby Is...

By Amy Morrow
Swedish/Edmonds Marketing Copywriter

What a cutie! So adorable. How precious. These were just a few of the comments people mentioned when voting for their favorite Swedish/Edmonds baby. Last month we asked folks to select their favorite baby from four of our newborns featured on our Have a Happy Birth Day billboards in Edmonds, Mill Creek and along Mukilteo Speedway.

The billboards celebrated the newly redesigned Childbirth Center at Swedish/Edmonds and a new tour at the hospital—the Have a Happy Birth Day Introductory tour. The tour helps women who are newly pregnant or who are considering becoming pregnant learn all about birthing options available at Swedish/Edmonds.

We asked you to pick your favorite baby and billboard—the one that makes you smile or inspires you to Have a Happy Birth Day—and the baby receiving the most votes would receive a $200 gift card.

There were 240 baby votes cast. And of the four babies, Adriahnna, Princess Erion, Sophia and Zander, the favorite baby is…drum roll…Zander!

Zander’s billboard was featured along Mukilteo Speedway, just south of 121st Street S.W. He received a total of 117 votes and will receive the $200 gift card.

Congratulations and thank you to Zander, and to everyone who voted for a favorite baby and commented on the billboards. A very special thank you also to babies Sophia, Princess Erion and Adriahnna. Many hearts were won over by the twinkle in your eyes and those lovable smiles.

If you’re an expectant parent, or someone who hopes to be expecting soon and you’d like to learn more about the Have a Happy Birth Day Tour, call 206.215.3338 or visit Swedish Classes & Resources for tour dates and times.

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Amy Morrow

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