A baby girl from Paisley was the first born in Scotland on Christmas Day.
Aurelia Musialak came into the world at 12.04am within the maternity unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
And mum Agata,36, said: “I could not believe it and we are all very proud.
“It makes it all the more special and I am really happy.”
She had to be induced after Auerlia was reluctant to emerge.
Aurelia beat a baby boy born at 12.27am at the Ayrshire Maternity in Kilmarnock.
Staff at the maternity are also thriled to have the first Christmas Day baby, and Sister Andrina McGrorty said: “Every baby is special, but we are all delighted at having the first on this special day of the year.”
Dad Artur,39, and mum Agata, came to Scotland from their native Poland 12 years ago and live in Paisley.
Aurelia weighed 7lbs 10 oz and is a wee sister for Olivia, seven, and three-year-old Amelia.
Agata is an HR administrator and Arthur runs his own garage.
Agata added: “I was in so much pain and the contractions were really intense.
“I had no idea of the time at all.
“And I was very surprised and happy indeed to have the first Christmas baby in Scotland.”
Another baby were born at the Royal Alexandra Hospital on December 25.
The second was a girl Georgina born to mum Pamela Grimshaw at 9.26am and weighing in at 6lbs 12oz.
It’s a first baby for Pamela and her accounts assistant husband Shannon,32.
Pamela was a week overdue but she and Shannon had decided if their baby was born on Christmas Day, they would give her an apt name.
Office administrator Pamela,32, said: “Her middle name is Holly and we are delighted she was born on Christmas Day. If she wasn’t born on the day she was not going to get a middle name!”
The couple and their new arrival are set to leave hospital today for their home in Howwood.