He weighed in at 7lbs. 12 1/2 ounces and was 19 inches long.
Kenneth is the son of Layla L. Hebert of Ama and the late Kenneth T. Musgrove of Ama.
His maternal grandparents are Walter and Wanda Hebert III of Ama and his paternal grandparents are Terrell Musgrove of Avondale and Evangeline "Tiny" Bruce of Luling.
Kenneth’s great-grandparents are Walter and Betty Hebert Jr. of Boutte and Beatrice and the late Virgil Brown of Ama. His great-great-grandmother is Jeanette Hebert of Boutte.
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