ZANE Anthony Hines was already starting to take after his dad only a few days after being born.

The newborn arrived a few days early on May 3 at Ipswich Hospital to mum Melissa Hines and dad Anthony Hines.

Weighing 7 pounds and 14 ounces, the little boy is the first child for the pair.

Anthony said Zane was 'a bit gutsy with the milk', a trait Melissa reckoned was inherited from Anthony.

The proud new parents said they chose Zane for a nice, simple name.

If you would like to send in a picture for publication, please email it with details to hannah.busch@qt.com.au - A QT photographer also takes photos in the maternity ward at Ipswich Hospital. Babes in Arms is published weekly. Email, Ipswich.Photo@qt.com.au

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Babies at Ipswich Hospital. 1000th baby Asotasi-Pita Tito. Photo: Contributed
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