Current Weather
The Spy FM

‘Mila’ Is First Grandchild For George W. And Laura Bush

Filed by KOSU News in US News.
April 15, 2013

Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush, gave birth over the weekend to a girl.

Margaret Laura “Mila” Hager is named for her grandmothers, the former president announced in a statement. According to The Associated Press, the little girl’s nickname is pronounced MEE-luh.

Jenna Hager, now 31, is a Today Show correspondent. According to the show, husband Henry Hager says “both my girls are healthy and well.” Mila weighed in at 6 pounds, 15 ounces.

CBS New York adds that earlier this month Jenna Hager “told People Magazine that her father, who has taken up art in his post-White House life, already has prepared three paintings for the baby — a portrait of the Hagers’ cat, Bernadette, to place above the crib; landscape featuring a ‘baby tree’ from his Texas ranch; and a still life of the ranch’s stone cross where the Hagers were married in 2008.”

She also told People that father has “become an artiste. There’s a whole new side of him and he’s so excited about the baby.” [Copyright 2013 NPR]

Leave a Reply

9PM to 12AM SpyLab

SpyLab

Katie Wicks is our resident international superstar DJ. She hosts SpyLab, a dance mix show on Saturday nights and co-hosts the largest weekly dance party in OKC, Robotic Wednesdays. She has had two original dance songs chart in the World Top 100 Beatport charts. She has been hired to DJ in L.A., NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Portugal, Spain and Costa Rica.

Listen Live Now!

Upcoming Events in your area (Submit your event today!)

Streaming audio and podcasts

Stream KOSU on your smartphone

Phone Streaming

SmartPhone listening options on this page are intended for many iPhones, Blackberries, etc. with low-cost software applications available to listen to our full-time web streams, both News on KOSU-1 and Classical on KOSU-2.

Learn more about our complete range of streaming services

We're perfecting the patient experience - Stillwater Medical Center