Community Hospital Welcomes First Baby of the New Year

Aberdeen, WA- The Family Birth Center at Grays Harbor Community Hospital is pleased to welcome its first baby of the New Year.  On January first at 2:06am proud parents Tina and Nick Roberts welcomed a healthy son, Loki Titan Roberts.  Loki, named after the Norse God of mischief, was a healthy 7lbs 1oz and 20 and ¼ inches at birth.

LokiLoki joins four other siblings ages seven, six, four and two.  When asked if they had any advice for new or soon to be parents Mr. Roberts jokingly stated with a smile “stop at two”.

The Family Birth Center at Grays Harbor Community Hospital delivers nearly 600 babies per year.  “We have Mothers from Grays Harbor, Pacific and Jefferson Counties choosing to come to our Regional Birth Center to deliver their babies” said Family Birth Director Barbara Connett. “Our three Board Certified OB/GYNs along with our well trained and caring staff are always working to ensure that our patients receive exceptional care.”


News Director of Jodesha Broadcasting since October 2007. Dave Haviland moved to Grays Harbor in 1979 and graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1993.