Whidbey General Hospital, Coupeville

KING, Sarah, and ROBERTSON, Christopher, Oak Harbor, boy, June 11.

BRUMMER, Melissa, Oak Harbor, girl, June 12.

GAMBILL, Laura and Donald, Freeland, boy, June 15.

BAKKER, Marie and Seth, Oak Harbor, girl, June 16.

WOOD, Jill and Robert, Coupeville, girl, June 17.

Valley General Hospital, Monroe

PIERCY, Kristine and John, Monroe, boy, June 18.

WITTENBERG, Corrine and Marvin, Monroe, boy, June 16.

PAYTON, Nikolette and Ryan, Monroe, girl, June 16.

DIAMOND, Karie and Randell, Monroe, boy, June 14.

DURANT, Summer and Howard, Monroe, girl, June 11.

Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington

ZINKAND, Laura, and FARLER, Stephen, Arlington, girl, June 9.

WOODWARD, Heather, and SIRON, Chad, Marysville, girl, June 15.

MORRIS, Jessica, and ESTRADA, Adrian, Marysville, girl, June 16.

PETERSON, Tina, and CROSS, Terry, Darrington, boy, June 17.

CHEESMAN, Corazon and Richard, Arlington, boy, June 17.

PICHLER, Lisa and Wes, Snohomish, boy, June 17.

WHETSTINE, Christy and Chris, Stanwood, boy, June 20.

Providence Everett Medical Center, Everett

MASON, Stephanie, and DICKINSON, Michael, Marysville, girl, June 6.

SIMPSON, Lavon, and MANN, Jack, Marysville, girl, June 7.

FREEMAN, Kim and Mitch, Everett, boy and girl, June 7.

HADER, Becky and Jeremy, Everett, boy, June 8.

SAVIDGE, Kristin and Michael, Marysville, boy, June 8.

WOOLMAN, Sarah and Josh, Stanwood, girl, June 8.

HOPKINS, Becky and Eric, Lynnwood, boy, June 8.

THOMAS, Susan and Robert, Marysville, boy, June 8.

FEHRLE, Artie and Brian, Everett, boy, June 8.

BENISCH, Patricia and Derk, Everett, girl, June 8.

KYLE, Cynthia and Homer, Everett, girl, June 10.

BUFKIN, Stephanie, and HUDI, Gig, Everett, boy, June 10.

TELFORD, Tania, and MACAGBA, Paul Jr., Arlington, boy, June 10.

POTTER, Donna and Cleve, Arlington, boy, June 10.

SIKEL, Karen, and MILLER, Matt, Skagit, boy, June 10.

SUTHERLIN, Tamara and Damien, Arlington, girl, June 10.

JAMES, Jenaferre and Bobby, Everett, girl, June 10.

POWERS, Jeniffer and Steven, Everett, boy, June 10.

MANION, Crystal, and KEO, Eric, Everett, boy, June 10.

HOPKINS, Tanaya and Timothy, Lake Stevens, girl, June 10.

BEELER, Janis, and OTTO, Jeff, Marysville, girl, June 10.

SNIDER, Kristina, and EPPERSON, Travis, Everett, boy, June 11.

THORNTON, Leah, and GOOD, Kelly, Everett, girl, June 11.

MUNSON, Irene, and SEALY, Shilo, Snohomish, girl, June 11.

BABB, Mindi and Jason, Bothell, boy, June 11.

RUTLEDGE, Joanna and Eric, Marysville, boy, June 11.

CLEVELAND, Tiffany, and GOODMAN, Channing, Marysville, boy, June 12.

RICHARDSON, Crystal and Silas, Lake Stevens, boy, June 12.

THOMPSON, Danielle, Clinton, girl, June 12.

EIDBO, Jessica and Elling, Mukilteo, girl, June 12.

TESTERMAN, Jennifer and Matthew, Marysville, boy, June 12.

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