As the nation was gripped by the coronavirus pandemic and our lives changed completely, there was still reason to celebrate for all the High Peak families who have welcomed new arrivals during this year in lockdown.
And while the experience has been totally different, with many partners not being allowed to accompany expectant mums to appointments during their pregnancies, and proud parents missing out on the opportunity to show off their newborn to family and friends, these adorable babies have brought a reason to smile for all their families.
Thank you to everyone who shared their pictures with us.
Reggie was born on April 27, 2020 with atypical unilateral left talipes. He's had weekly hospital appointments and an operation and mum Christina Jones said: "All of the hospital appointments have been hard to do alone, especially his operation day, but the staff at Manchester Royal have been amazing!"
Bryony-Mae was born on April 22, 2020. Mum Kayleigh Hobson said: "We have missed out on so much this past year, friends, family, days out swimming or to the zoo etc! But we've made lots of fun memories at home!"
Islah was born in August. Mum Paris Capewell-Smith said: "Lockdowns had limitations but by following the rules we have all stayed happy and safe. She has still met family & we have attended baby groups. We've just been safe and smart."
8. Darcie Belle
Darcie was born on April 24, 2020. Mum Jenna Hamnett said: "The past year has been a strange one, but we’re all happy and stayed safe that’s all that matters. Here’s hoping we can enjoy most things and get our lives back to normal, and to enjoy trips and holidays!"