Valley General Hospital, Monroe

TETER, Melanie, and ROBLES MUNOZ, Ricardo, Sultan, boy, July 24.

RICE, Letitia, and NORRIS, John, Snohomish, girl, July 26.

MARKLEY, Katherine, Sultan, girl, July 27.

TENNIS, Michelle, Gold Bar, girl, July 28.

Cascade Birth Center, Everett

BADLEY, Elizabeth and Wally, Everett, boy, July 30.

Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington

FORBES, Kortnie and Timothy, Marysville, girl, July 21.

BENEAU, Angie, and BURNS, Dale, Arlington, girl, July 23.

KENNEDY, Kathleen and Patrick, Arlington, girl, July 24.

COULDRY, Nicole, and STRAND, Jason, Lake Stevens, boy, July 26.

WADHAMS, Rebecca, and AVELLANO, Alex, Marysville, girl, July 26.

VINCENT, Danica, and HALL, Mark, Darrington, boy, July 27.

MYERS, Teresah, Marysville, girl, July 28.

Providence Everett Medical Center, Everett

BURR, Erin and Casey, Snohomish, girl, July 7.

DOUGHTY, Heather, and HANSEN, Adrian, Granite Falls, girl, July 16.

WHITE, Raina and Jesse, Everett, girl, July 16.

BOWENS, Malia and Calvin, Everett, boy, July 16.

ROA-CERVANTES, Petra, Everett, girl, July 16.

UTLEY, Jennifer and Joshua, Everett, girl, July 17.

WOLDESEMAIT, Aklele, and DEBELA, Yonas, Everett, boy, July 17.

FINDLEY, Rubylee and Matthew, Marysville, girl, July 17.

FOURNIER, Karen and Eric, Arlington, boy, July 18.

ZHENG, Lan Yu and Hong Ning, Everett, boy, July 18.

KUNKLE, Kristin, Marysville, girl, July 18.

SAKIN, Dayna and Imas, Marysville, boy, July 18.

KRUGER, Darla, and HEPBURN, Shawn, Everett, girl, July 18.

MORIN, Elizabeth, and ORZHAKHOVSKIY, Andrey, Everett, boy, July 18.

FLORES, Eulalia and Antonio, Marysville, girl, July 18.

CORONADO-PEREZ, Jessica and Christian, Arlington, girl, July 18.

POWELL, Terra and Ian, Arlington, girl, July 18.

KANE, Nicole, Marysville, boy, July 18.

MANZER, Pam and Shawn, Everett, boy, July 19.

HANNA, Lacy, and BRICKMAN, Chris, Everett, girl, July 19.

TUCHEWICZ, Christine, and MEAK, Dana, Everett, boy, July 19.

CRUMMETT, Colleen and Mark, Marysville, boy, July 19.

MARION, Tamera and Michael, Everett, boy, July 19.

BRITTON, Faith, and STANGER, Tod, Granite Falls, boy, July 19.

ALLEN, Bernadette, and ROSE, Benjamin, Everett, girl, July 19.

WEBSTER, Kathleen and Randy, Marysville, girl, July 19.

MORIN, Ashlyn and Brad, Camano Island, girl, July 20.

KELSON, Amanda and Craig, Everett, girl, July 20.

TERPENING, Rianna, and GIAVELLI, Adam, Arlington, boy, July 20.

DOWNES, Angela and Todd, Marysville, boy, July 20.

GRINDY, Megan and Joshua, Everett, boy, July 20.

PRAY, Jodi, and ROXBY, Dylan, Snohomish, boy, July 20.

BISSELL, Letitia, and SPLIETHOF, Richy, Jr., Marysville, girl, July 20.

TRINIDAD, Lisa, and GRANNELL, Jim, Arlington, girl, July 20.

GONZALEZ, Maria, and JIMENEZ, Geronimo, Everett, boy, July 21.

BLOCK, Katrina, and OLNEY, Eric, Stanwood, girl, July 21.

HASTINGS, Cheryl and Dale, Lake Stevens, girl, July 21.

OTTO, Andrea, and LEACH, Nickalas, Lynnwood, girl, July 21.

BILL-KINLEY, Natasha, and KINLEY, Randy, Marysville-Tulalip, girl, July 21.

BASINGER, Destiney, and MEEHAN, James, Mill Creek, boy, July 21.

GOSSOM, Milyssa, and GIBBS, Clemente, Everett, girl, July 22.

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