These adorable Bucks babies made the New Year extra special for their parents by making their arrival in January.

Both boys were born during the third national lockdown.

Kayleigh Richards’ son, Oscar Lewis Paternoster, was due on January 26, but arrived via C-section on his great-grandfather’s birthday on January 12.

He was born at Stoke Mandeville Hospital at 10.29am, weighing 9lb 13oz.

Kayleigh, who lives in Marlow, said big brother Riley, aged three, is “very proud and loves helping look after his little brother”.

Oscar was born earlier than predicted because Kayleigh had gestational diabetes.

She said: “They thought he was going to be a big baby 10lb + after the last scan measurements at 36 weeks.

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“They weren't far off, he was 9lb 13oz. Exactly 2lb bigger then his brother.”  

Oscar's birth was extra special for the family as he was born on his great-grandfather's birthday.

Kayleigh said: “We were quite surprised but pleased at the same time, it was lovely.

“My mum was quite pleased that Oscar would share his birthday with her dad, it is a lovely way to remember him.”

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She also praised the staff at Stoke Mandeville, saying they were “lovely” and made her feel at ease with having major surgery.

She added: “Seeing him appear over the top of the curtain and hearing that first cry, made me cry happy tears.

“We are overjoyed that he is finally here, after the year everyone's had, they were pleased with his arrival.”

And speaking about her son's name, Kayleigh told the Bucks Free Press Oscar is a name from her father's side of the family, and Lewis was her great-grandmother's maiden name.

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Kayleigh said Riley is a “loving” big brother, adding: “[He is] always kissing and cuddling him, helping out with bathtime and wanting to play with him on his playmat.

“[He's] Always telling him that he's missed him, when he comes home from nursery.

“It's so lovely to see, I feel they are going to have a great bond as they grow up.”

She added: “Mummy and daddy (Kayleigh and Jamie) are very proud parents of both their boys.”

Our second January baby, Jack Antonio Papa, was born on the 19th at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, weighing 8lbs 1oz.

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Mum Marie Lovett, from Hazlemere, sent in this sweet picture of Jack with his proud big brother James, aged four.

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