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April 27, 2003
Easter, Part II
. The boys celebrate their first Greek Easter.

April 20, 2003
Easter, Part I.
The boys celebrate their first Catholic Easter.

April 11, 2003
"Too cute"
. Photos support the allegation that the twins are just "too cute."

April 10, 2003
Double trouble.
Can you tell the twins apart?

March 1, 2003
Andrea's Visit.
After spending a week with "Auntie Andrea" the twins said a sad goodbye.

Feb. & March, 2003
The babysitters.
Thea Jo & Uncle George never held an infant before, but did OK as babysitters for their nephews.

Feb. 15, 2003
A visit from Mom
  in the NICU before Loucas's homecoming.

Feb 8, 2003
Alex's First Day. A look at Alex's first 24 hours at home.

Feb. 7, 2003
Alex Comes Home
. Despite a storm that dropped over five inches of snow on the New York Region , baby Alex came home from the hospital on Feb. 7  to check out the place in advance for brother Loucas.

Feb. 1, 2003
Twins Are Born!
Loucas Constantine Corcoran Tzanis and Alexander Michael Corcoran Tzanis make their first appearance at  5:46 and 5:47 this morning, respectively.

March 9, 2002
Dean & Jackie's wedding
. Photos & details of the big event.

"Related" sites

Cousin Zoe Online.
Luke & Alex's cousin Zoe has had her own Web site for over a year.

First Baby Loucas Photos Released

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Baby Loucas napping in his isolette at the hospital.

Little_Loucas1.jpg (15525 bytes)NEW YORK, Feb. 11 - The two exclusive photos of baby Loucas shown on this page were released for the first time today.

Baby Loucas, who is named for his paternal grandfather, is the older of the twin boys born on February 1, 2003, just in time to ring in the Chinese New Year. (Incidentally, the boys were, quite appropriately, born on the first day of the Year of the Lamb.)

Loucas is doing well in the newborn ICU, and although he misses brother Alex, he is treated to frequent visits from Mom and Dad. Loucas will be joining Mom, Dad, Alex, and Barney as soon as he puts on some more weight and gets a bit stronger.

"That boy has a great set of lungs," reported one nurse in the unit who prefers to remain anonymous. "He has no trouble getting all the attention he wants!"