Welcome Arlo! The first baby born in Connecticut

New Year's baby Arlo Stone Genty.

MIDDLEFIELD, Conn. (WTNH)– The first baby born in Connecticut for 2017 was welcomed into the world one minute after midnight at Middlesex Hospital.

The baby boy, Arlo Stone Genty, is the second child for his parents, Courtani Morgan and Ray Genty.

New Year's baby Arlo Stone Genty.
New Year’s baby Arlo Stone Genty.

Little Arlo came in weighing at six lbs. 8 oz.

The Middlefield family is very excited about Arlo’s arrival. Courtnai and the baby are both happy and healthy.

New Year's baby Arlo Stone Genty.
New Year’s baby Arlo Stone Genty.

Courtnai Morgan says her due date was January 16th, but Arlo was determined to be the New Year’s Baby. She even said she watched the ball drop in the delivery room.

New Year's baby Arlo Stone Genty.
New Year’s baby Arlo Stone Genty.

The first baby born at Hartford’s St. Francis Hospital arrived at 5:18AM. His name is Lucas Li and his family lives in Vernon, CT.

The first baby born at Yale-New Haven Hospital came at 6:03AM.

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