Dana Schneider holds new arrival Toby this week. Father Jason is at the back while brothers Jack, Ben, Bailey and Lachie all smile for the camera.
Dana Schneider holds new arrival Toby this week. Father Jason is at the back while brothers Jack, Ben, Bailey and Lachie all smile for the camera. Pam Robertson

It's another boy

EMERALD'S Dana Schneider is living in a man's world … every day.

On Tuesday Dana had her fifth baby and, you've guessed it, it was another boy.

"I was secretly hoping it would be a girl but as long as my baby is healthy I am happy," Dana said when The Bulletin caught up with her this week.

Toby Laurence Schneider arrived at Rockhampton's Mater Hospital at 2.12pm on Tuesday.

Toby weighed in at 3930 grams.

He is the younger brother to 12-year-old Jack, 10-year-old Ben and seven-year-old twins Bailey and Lachie.

Dana said the time had come for her to give up on her attempts at having a baby girl.

Her husband, Jason, works as a contractor at the mines and although Dana left her job as a teacher's aide at the Capricorn School of Distance Education a month ago, she is sure to be kept on her toes dedicating her time to raising five young boys.

 

Oh baby

One in 28.45 chance of having five boys in a row;

Some people believe that if you put a hammer under your pillow you will conceive a boy, and if you put a pink ribbon under your pillow you will conceive a girl;

To have a girl conceive on even days of the month;

If you're craving sweet foods it's a girl;



Reef campaigners decry decision to move CQ mine forward

Premium Content Reef campaigners decry decision to move CQ mine forward

The Department of Environment announced on Friday it was allowing Clive Palmer’s...

MP details state’s CQ education plans

Premium Content MP details state’s CQ education plans

Rockhampton, Gladstone, and Longreach will be among the recipients.

Ireland, Lauga on council’s call for GKI feedback

Premium Content Ireland, Lauga on council’s call for GKI feedback

The council recently asked for input into the State Government’s $30 million to be...