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Twins are 1st babies born in 2018 at Aurora Sinai Medical Center; baby boy the 1st at Froedtert 👶 👶 👶

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MILWAUKEE — A set of boy-girl twins were the first babies born in 2018 at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee — a baby boy the first at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Davontea (boy) and Jordan (girl) were born at 1:07 a.m. and 1:08 a.m. at Aurora Sinai on Monday, January 1st — weighing six pounds and four pounds, respectively.


The babies are doing well, though they were born a few weeks early, so they are currently in the NICU at Aurora Sinai Medical Center.

The babies have no other siblings.


Meanwhile, Froedtert officials announced Alma and Ivan welcomed son Marco at 3:45 a.m. Monday. He was the first to be born at Froedtert Hospital’s Birth Center in 2018!

Froedtert officials said mom and baby are tired, but otherwise doing well!

Congratulations to all the new parents!

Marco, first baby born in 2018 at Froedtert Hospital

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