Baby number 4 is here for WMUR Meteorologist Hayley LaPoint!

Hayley gave birth to her fourth child, a boy named  Yiannis. He came into this world at 9 lbs, 21 inches long.

The new baby boy joins his three older sisters.  Although Hayley and her husband Jim just wanted a healthy baby, I am sure there is a little part of them that is excited to have a boy.

Here is Hayley and Jim's number 1, Eleni Kathleen, born at 8 lbs, 4 ounces.

Number 2, Callista Marie, born at 8 lbs, 15 ounces.

Number 3, Thalia, was born at 8 pounds, 1 ounce.

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And here he is, Yiannis, born at 9lbs, 21 inches long.

First of all, you're welcome, Hayley and Jim, for putting all of your baby announcements from WMUR in one article.  Secondly (and most wholeheartedly), CONGRATULATIONS to you and Jim.  What a gift you've given to all the viewers of WMUR.  There is so much terrible news out there, and to see you and your husband create this growing family is just beautiful.

The last time I spoke to Hayley was in March, and Yiannis was still cooking in his mama's belly.  I asked her if she had a good work/life balance, and if so, what advice could she give to working moms in New Hampshire.

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Hayley's response was that she does have days when the girls want her to stay home, and she can't because of work commitments. But then there are times when work has to take a back seat.  She also said that her husband, Jim, has a very active role with the kids.  Hayley said she also gets help from her mom, and really, you have to try and strike a balance the best way that you can.

Well now, Hayley, your viewers and my readers and listeners want to know. Are you going for number five? Too soon?


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