St. Charles stork has arrived
Stephanie Landeche Verret and Brandon Corbett Verret of Lafayette welcome Liam David Verret on July 10 at 12:37 p.m.
Liam weighed in at 6 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 20 inches long.
He is the grandson of David and Susan Landeche of Madison, Miss. (formerly Luling) and Frank and Cecile Verret of Lafayette. He is the great-grandson of Mary Helen Haindle of Luling.
Four St. Charles babies were born at Ochsner St. Anne General Hospital in July.
Alyssa Lynn Fonseca was born on July 6 to parents Kristen and Matthew Fonseca of Des Allemands.
Ezra Jude Rafeek was born on July 11 to Magan and Mohamed Rafeek of Des Allemands.
Koal James Pfister was born on July 18 to parents Kristy and Khris Pfister Sr. of Des Allemands.
Ashton Carroll Charles Adams was born on July 23 to Lacy and Kerry Adams of Hahnville.
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