MURRAY -- Utah hospitals reported their first births of the New Year.
Intermountain Medical Center in Murray delivered a girl at 12:01 a.m. by natural birth, hospital officials said Tuesday.
"It wasn't induced labor or anything. It was totally natural. We weren't trying to be the first," Intermountain Medical Center spokesman Jason Carlton told The Associated Press.
Sal and Monica Rossano, of Sandy, named their newborn Anna-Sofia, who weighed in at 6 pounds, 11 ounces, and joins three brothers in the family.
"I was thinking I'd have an extra week to prepare, but she came when she wanted to," Monica Rossano told The Salt Lake Tribune.
It wasn't known for certain that Anna-Sofia was Utah's first for 2013, but no Utah hospital reported an earlier birth.
At first, an Ogden hospital tried to grab bragging rights. McKay-Dee Hospital Center said a girl delivered 23 minutes after midnight was Utah's first for 2013, but it later dropped the claim.
Jeremiah and Alexis Brennan, a couple from North Ogden, said they were just as surprised to mark New Year's Day with a baby originally due Jan. 14. They named their daughter Evelyn Audrey Brennan.
Both sets of parents made themselves and their infant girls available for photographs and interviews Tuesday.