Ensley Buchanan is the first baby of 2019 to be born in the Barriere area. She made her appearance on Feb. 6, at 9:30 a.m., weighing in at 9 lbs, 12 ozs. Ensley is pictured here in the arms of her mom Rhonda, with dad Tyler holding her sister Ryann, 3, with brother Easton, 6, standing in front. Submitted photo:

Ensley Buchanan first baby of New Year for Barriere

February 6, 2019, was the big day for little Ensley Buchanan to make her way into the world, and in doing so she became the first baby of 2019 in the Barriere area.

Proud parents Rhonda and Tyler Buchanan say they are thrilled to have baby Ensley join her siblings, sister Ryann, 3, and brother Easton, 6.

Mom Rhonda says, “Ensley made her way into the world at 9:30 a.m., and weighed in at 9 lbs, 12 ozs. We are so happy, and she is such a good little baby.”

Dad Tyler has lived in Barriere all of his life, while Mom Rhonda moved to the community in 2003.

The Barriere and Area New Year’s Baby of 2019 receives a gift package sponsored by the North Thompson Star/Journal. Barriere and Area Literacy Outreach, and the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association.

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