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New parents Jenn and Greg Rosenwald hold infant daughter, Rainey Joan Rosenwald, near an 8-foot-tall wooden stork in the front yard of their Mercer Island home. The stork has been a tradition among their group of friends for nearly seven years, greeting new parents at their homes after a birth. Rainey was born on Dec. 30, weighing in at seven pounds and measuring 20 inches in length. - Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter
New parents Jenn and Greg Rosenwald hold infant daughter, Rainey Joan Rosenwald, near an 8-foot-tall wooden stork in the front yard of their Mercer Island home. The stork has been a tradition among their group of friends for nearly seven years, greeting new parents at their homes after a birth. Rainey was born on Dec. 30, weighing in at seven pounds and measuring 20 inches in length.
— image credit: Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter

New parents Jenn and Greg Rosenwald hold infant daughter, Rainey Joan Rosenwald, near an 8-foot-tall wooden stork in the front yard of their Mercer Island home. The stork has been a tradition among their group of friends for nearly seven years, greeting new parents at their homes after a birth. Rainey was born on Dec. 30, weighing in at seven pounds and measuring 20 inches in length.

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