By itself, no.
It would be correct to ask, "Does she have a baby girl?"
Otherwise, you'd either use present-tense, "She has a baby
or past-tense, "She had a baby girl"
She was blessed with a baby girl.
Yes because she is a baby
I think the correct definition is Latino
If it's a boy, nephew, and a girl, niece
A boy would be the nicest because the girl gets the baby guinea pigs and is very sure that your trying to steal them or her... Girl is the correct answer
No, that's quite bad. It should be ...you have been blessed with a baby girl this morning. Or you could say ...you have been blessed with a baby girl today. Today morning is never said. You can say yesterday morning, or tomorrow morning.
Usually money. About 100 dollars
Girl are correct boy not girl there
A baby girl is a girl who is a baby, or, sometimes used in a derogatory sense, an address for a woman.
baby girl is 'baby meisje' but it's normal to say 'baby' or little girl and little girl is 'klein meisje' in dutch.
a girl baby cries alot!
she had a baby girl called blue eveys
Yes, he has a baby girl.
go to the search bar at the right hand side of the screen and then put in baby girl, baby girl with boy, baby boy with girl, or baby boy
Not quite, it should be, "Do the surgery regardless of whether it is a boy or a girl."