Baby girl Gazal born at the Abu Dhabi hospital exactly at 12:00 AM on Friday.
Abu Dhabi: Amidst the hustle and bustle of Eid Al Fitr celebrations, Medeor Hospital, Abu Dhabi, welcomed the first baby born on the auspicious day at exactly at 12:00 AM. Baby girl, Gazal, was born to Moroccan-Egyptian couple Touria Kadouri and Ahmed Moheb exactly at the stroke of midnight, on the day that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
Baby Gazal is the second child of the family and weighed 2,860 grams and was delivered by Dr. (Prof.) Walid El-Sherbiny, Consultant, Obstetrics & Gynecology & HOD, at Medeor Hospital, Abu Dhabi. Both the mother and child are healthy and safe. The birth of this precious little angel has brought joy and delight to not only her parents, but also to the staff at the hospital and the entire family.
The ecstatic parents expressed their gratitude towards the hospital staff and shared their joy with their extended family. “We are overjoyed and feel blessed to have our baby on such a special day. This Eid Al Fitr will always hold a special place in our hearts because of this beautiful gift. All of us in our family are overwhelmed. We would like to thank Dr. El-Sherbiny and the medical staff at Medeor Hospital for their support and care,” said Gazal’s father Moheb.
The hospital staff also celebrated the occasion, with nurses and doctors sharing sweets and congratulating the happy family. “We are always happy to be a part of such joyous moments in people’s lives. Delivering a baby is always a special event, and to do so on a day as significant as Eid Al Fitr is truly a blessing. We wish the best for the baby and the parents to have a healthy and happy life ahead,” said Dr. El-Sherbiny.
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