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Fulham - Its Raining Tots?

Yesterday, in a short article, we congratulated Dickson Etuhu, and his wife, on the birth of their baby daughter; well today further congratulations are in order.

The recipients today are Paul and Lyndsey Konchesky who are celebrating the birth of their daughter, Tilly Mai.

But, it appears this was no ordinary birth as the tot`s arrival made the inner pages of The Sun.

Apparently, Mr and Mrs Konchesky had arranged to have the birth in a private clinic buy nobody told little Tilly Mai.

Tilly Mai decided she`d enter this world a month early thereby causing great consternation amongst the Konchesky`s.

Paul had to drive his wife to the nearest NHS hospital where staff were forced to deliver the baby from the dangerous breech position.

Thankfully, all was well and the tot, weighing 4lbs and 4 oz, is now at home after spending four days in intensive care.

As Mrs Konchesky was to later acknowledge, the NHS done a wonderful job and she`d never contemplate going private again.

What a lovely happy ending to a story that could have turned out all so different.

Congratulations to Paul and Lyndsey from all at Vital Fulham.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 8 2009

Time: 7:13PM

Your Comments

A nice story and with a happy ending too. Congrats also from martintheveg.
martintheveg
Congrats.
JKW
maybe he'll score a cracker at pompey...
woodysweats
Maybe there's something in the water at the training ground...
AlexFFC
Congrats Mr and Mrs Konchesky!
KBFulham
 

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