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Meet Amalie Donnelly

01 Feb 2011

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She was born on December 7 to parents Lina D’Ambrosio and Glenn Donnelly of City Residential Real Estate.

And not only do mum and dad work in Docklands, they are long-standing Yarra’s Edge residents.

Weighing in at 2.6 kilos and 50 cms in length, Amalie is the couple’s first child and certainly the most important person in the young family.

“We’re trying to have her fit in with our lifestyle,” Glenn said.  “She’s been to Canberra by car and we’ve taken her out with us to see a band and we’ve been to many restaurants.”

“She’s a good baby and is normally very relaxed,” Lina said when Docklands News called in for a visit.

Amalie was delivered by Caesarian at the Royal Women’s Hospital as she had turned into an awkward position late in the pregnancy.  However, the birth went without further complication.

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