Bristol Palin Gives Birth to a Boy
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Bristol and fiance Levi Johnston named the 7 lb., 4 oz.. bouncing baby boy Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston. "We think it's wonderful," says Bristol's great-aunt. "The baby is fine and Bristol is doing well. Everyone is excited."
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Sarah Palin had hoped the young couple would tie the knot before little Tripp arrived, but the two teens are still engaged. Levi quit school to become an electrician's apprentice and Bristol is busy earning her high school degree.
Sarah Palin has been known to bring her babies to work at the governor's office with her, so maybe baby Tripp will be visiting Grandma there soon too.
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