Parents Alysha and Craig Stuckless with baby Wyatt, the first child born in Vanderhoof in 2019. Submitted photo

Vanderhoof family welcomes first local baby of 2019

Wyatt Lawrence Wayne Stuckless weighed in at eight pounds, seven and a half ounces

It’s a boy!

Wyatt Lawrence Wayne Stuckless, Vanderhoof’s first baby of 2019, was born at St. John Hospital at 8:22 a.m. on Jan. 2, to parents Alysha and Craig Stuckless.

He weighed eight pounds, seven and a half ounces, and has an older sister named Presley. Presley, Wyatt’s parents, his grandmother and his aunt were all excited to welcome him.

Baby Wyatt and his parents received a gift bag from the hospital auxiliary, with a teddy bear, some quilts, shampoos and lotions.



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