by Laura Monico, social media editor
Saegertown learning support teacher, Mrs. Casey O’Shea and her husband Miles welcomed a baby girl, Quinn Catherine O’Shea, on Sept. 1, at 7:43 a.m. The new addition weighed in at 8 lbs. 15 oz. with dark hair and blue eyes.
Although the gender was a surprise, Mrs. O’Shea said, “I thought it would be a girl.” She also shared how the name Quinn was chosen. “We wanted something uncommon and with us both being teachers, we hear every name.”
Quinn joined her two-year-old brother Mac. When asked about his reaction to the new arrival, Mrs. O’Shea said, “He loves her.” Now as a party of four, the O’Sheas are not sure if their family will continue to grow just yet. “The jury is still out on that. Maybe three, but it is hard to imagine right now with a two-year-old and a newborn.”
In today’s ever changing world, Mrs. O’Shea has high hopes for her children. “I hope that my children will be able to grow up in a loving, caring, and safe environment. I hope they will grow to be caring and thoughtful people who have a positive influence on the world around them.”
Mrs. O’Shea is enjoying her time with Mac and Quinn at home while she can. Although she she’ll be nervous to leave them, she is excited to return to school in January 2018 at the semester break.
(photo contributed by Mrs. O’Shea)