Evergreen Hospital, Kirkland

ASBELL, Michelle and Brian, Everett, twin boys, May 1.

Stevens Hospital, Edmonds

KNAFF, Stephanie and Andrew, Mountlake Terrace, girl, April 20

MILLER, Melissa and Robert, Lynnwood, girl, April 20

DEVORA, Tracy and Jose, Lynnwood, boy, April 20

RIOS, Adriana and Noe, Everett, boy, April 21

PEDERSEN, Karoline and DAVIS, Chris, Lynnwood, boy, April 22

DEL VILLAR, Miriam and MARTINEZ, Joel, Everett, boy, April 22

DULL, Joy and Jesse, Lake Stevens, girl, April 23

LACY, Sarah and Thomas, Edmonds, boy, April 23

SLANEY, Rebecca and HEINE, Mark, Edmonds, girl, April 25

GARCIA, Ana and MENDIOLA, Luis, Lynnwood, boy, April 25

CARMONA, Veronica and GARCIA, Jose, Everett, boy, April 26

SARAY, Nazlim and Beynur, Snohomish, girl, May 2

FUELL, Ana and MARULITUA, Zachary, Edmonds, boy, May 2

BYRUM, Karla and Russ, Everett, girl, May 4

BAILEY, Carrol and Aaron, Marysville, girl, May 12

Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington

WOOD, Delaney and Wesley, Marysville, boy, April 30

BRANDT, Kristen and MILLS, Jeremy, Marysville, boy, May 1

HAGGERTON, Amee and PHENIS, Alex, Marysville, girl, May 1

PEREZ, Maria and Marco-Antonio, Marysville, girl, May 2

Providence Everett Medical Center

PETERSON, Danielle and Todd, Marysville, boy, April 21

KYLE, Kathleen and TREFRY, James, Everett, girl, April 21

SOLIZ, Bilha and MARTIN, James, Everett, girl, April 21

MUELLER, Melissa and LUNDBERG, Nathan, Snohomish, boy, April 21

SLATER, Michelle and JACKSON, Randal, Everett, girl, April 22

McKENNA, Alicia and SCHWARTZ, Ryan, Everett, girl, April 22

MENDOZA, Pilar and REYES, Carlos, Everett, girl, April 22

JOHNSON, Kristie and STANTON, Joshua, Camano Island, girl, April 22

CHISM, Sarah and Matthew, Marysville, boy, April 22

FANNING, Margaret and Cory, Snohomish, girl, April 22

LUMBAB, Libel and VONGDENG, Andre, Everett, boy, April 22

LINDSTROM, Kimberly and AKAU, Devin, Marysville, twins: boy and girl, April 22

MESMAN-DAVIS, Jamie and DAVIS, Craig, Snohomish, boy, April 22

MOHAMMED, Inas and AL-MANSURI, Ghanem, Everett, boy, April 22

MOORE, Erika and DAVIS, Noah, Marysville, girl, April 23

KINDELSPIRE, Melissa, Langley, girl, April 23

VO, Dep and CHAN, Chi, Everett, girl, April 23

CROOTE, Carissa, Lake Stevens, boy, April 23

LONG, Teanne, Granite Falls, girl, April 23

SPENCER, Tara and OLIVIA-LOPEZ, Jesus, Everett, girl, April 23

CHARLEBOIS, Chelsea and Scott, Lynnwood, girl, April 23

HOGAN, Anna and Kyle, Everett, girl, April 23

KOUTELIERIS, Dianna and George, Bothell, boy, April 23

PHINNEY, Jeanne and Darold, Everett, boy, April 23

SHIVELY, Candace and John, Everett, boy, April 23

LINDBERG, Marcie and MARSHALL, James Jr., Granite Falls, girl, April 23

JONYKA, Jennifer and SANDOBAL, Jason, Everett, girl, April 24

MacQUARRIE, Kellyn and Richard, Everett, boy, April 24

OVNICEK, Kassandra and Scott, Lynnwood, girl, April 24

WESCOTT-PATERSON, Emily and PATERSON, Joseph, Everett, girl, April 24

HARTING, Breanna and Brandon, Darrington, boy, April 24

GRANT, Michele and Jason, Everett, girl, April 24

JACOBS, Jackie and Scott, Everett, boy, April 25

SOLHEIM, Amy and Andrew, Everett, boy, April25

PALMER, Jeralyn and MOUNT, Stephen, Everett, boy, April 25

EDWARDS, Tosha and ASUNCION, Craig, Shoreline, boy, April 25

JONES, Tracie and James, Lynnwood, twin boys, April 25

GUZMAN, Shannon and Albert, Lake Stevens, boy, April 26

SILUE, Deanna and Pierre, Marysville, girl, April 26

SMITHSON, Jeni and WHITE, Alan, Everett, boy, April 26

LOWERY-ABRAHAM, Crystal and ABRAHAM, Donte, Arlington, girl, April 26

SEDENQUIST, Sarah and Marc, Everett, girl, April 26

McPHERSON, Myra and Edward, Snohomish, boy, April 26

DORSEY, Tracy, Everett, twins: boy and girl, April 27

BISHOP, Carrie and Logan, Lake Stevens, boy, April 28

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