Laie couple’s ‘little miracle’ is Hawaii’s first baby of 2021
By Mark Ladao email@example.com
Jan. 2, 2021
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Aloha Leilani Pearl Nehenehe Tepa was the first baby born in Hawaii in the new year. She was born at Adventist Health Castle at 12:04 a.m. Friday to mom Mahana Tepa, 23, and dad Ariitu Tepa, 22, of Laie.
Kaito Jaden Cera was born at 12:50 a.m. Friday at Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center. His parents are Michael Cera, 34, and Mami Cera, 33, of Kalihi.
Ariitu Tepa, 22, and Mahana Tepa, 23, with their daughter, Aloha Leilani Pearl Nehenehe Tepa. Both parents are students at BYU-Hawaii and work at the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Kalihi residents Michael Cera, 34, and Mami Cera, 33, with their son, Kaito Jaden Cera.