PHOENIX - Meet the first Valley baby born on Mother's Day.
Shaylynn Levels was born at 2:07 a.m. at St. Joseph's Hospital.
"We are doing just fine," said proud mother Tashaun Levels from her hospital bed today.
Shaylynn is doing great, sleeping a lot and her big brother and sister are happy to have her.
"They are really excited," said Tashaun. "They've been waiting nine months for this day."
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