3 Firefighters Who Work Together Become Dads On The Same Day At The Same Hospital.

Three firemen became fathers during the same 24 hours at the Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center in Virginia! Kyle Dean, Kyle Frederick, and Michael Irvine are all firefighters at Fort Belvoir Army Base in Virginia. And they were all new fathers within 24 hours of each other! Each of them welcomes a baby boy into the world.

The hospital where their spouses gave birth announced about the fathers on their Facebook page. Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center stated that they are overjoyed to welcome these new babies into the world. Three firemen from the same station become new fathers in the same hospital within a 24-hour period.

They added, “when you put yourself out there for your community, your community puts itself out there for you. Thank you for selecting Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center for your life-giving delivery.”

We are excited to welcome these little ones into the world. Three firefighters from the same station become new dads…

Posted by Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center on Monday, 21 March 2022

Kyle Dean expressed in an interview how unique it is that all three firefighters became new fathers simultaneously. He explained that at work, they were all talking about it and how insane it would be. When he discovered it, he informed the nurses. Just a heads up that two of his men will be there as well. And they got the nickname “the fab three” from the nursing staff!

He went on to say that the fathers are looking forward to coming together with their boys and watching them all grow up together. Kyle added that they’ll get together and take milestone shots of all three of them. Perhaps one day they’ll bring them up to the firehouse and take a group picture there as well.

What a lovely gesture! God bless these new fathers as they begin their parenting adventure together! Such beautiful blessings.

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