Five Members Of One Family Share Same Birth Date.

If you’ve never witnessed a child being born, you’re really missing out. I was 23 my first time and had to focus on a doorknob so I wouldn’t pass out. True story, and here are 7 amazing birth stories.

1. Most families have birthdays spread out all over the place, hitting different days on most all months. But for one family, one date is staying all their own. And that date is March 29.

Anita Marshall was born that day, and so was her daughter, Alicia Barnes, and then, Alicia’s son, Eddie, was born on that day, to be followed by HIS daughter, Sydne, and finally Sydne’s daughter, Mila.

Five family members in a row born on the same day. It’s highly doubtful anyone forgets their birthday.

2. Barbara Soper and her husband have had three children now. Their first was born on August 8, 2008. Their second, Sept. 9, 2009. And their last was born on Oct. 10, 2010. Notice anything strange about those dates?

Ok… first child born 8-8 of 08; second child, 9-9 of 09; and last child, 10-10 of 2010. Yeah, nothing strange about that… nothing strange at all.

Barbara is happy that all of her children can share in very unique birthdays. The odds of birthdays like this among siblings… 50 million to 1.

3. Having a set of triplets is fairly rare. Having a set of IDENTICAL triplets is EXTREMELY rare, with the odds being 200 million-to-one.

23-year-old Becki-Jo Allen was shocked when she learned she was carrying three babies. After they were born, friends kept telling Becki-Jo that Roman, Rocco and Rohan looked exactly alike.

So Becki-Jo had their DNA tested. And sure enough, the little guys are exact in every way, according to their DNA.

4. Kerri Bunker and Kelli Wall, of Salt Lake City, Utah, are identical twins. A few years ago, both of them had twins.

More recently, Kerri and Kelli were pregnant at the same time, and… poof… both of them had twins again. Both were shocked, to say the least.

5. Inez Perez of Mexico had a still birth some years back, and now, she was pregnant again and it was time for the baby to come out. Her husband was drinking it up at a bar, and she had no phone… no way to contact him. And she was all alone.

So just after midnight on March 5th, 2000, under a dim bulb in the room, Inez sat on a low wooden bench, grabbed a knife and began to cut away at her skin and and fat and muscle for nearly an hour before reaching inside her uterus and pulling out her baby boy. She cut the umbilical cord… and then she passed out.

When she regained consciousness, she wrapped her abdomen with a sweater and took care of her baby, lying on the floor next to her. She later received medical treatment. Her son, Orlando, is now 14.

Inez is believed to be the only woman known to have performed a Caesarean section on herself.

6. Burger King is home of the Whopper. But the one in Denville, New Jersey is also the home to emergency births.

One couple was caught in heavy traffic after a car accident and the woman started having contractions, so they pulled into the Burger King parking lot and had their baby just after emergency workers arrived.

The VERY NEXT NIGHT, another couple was heading to the hospital when the woman’s contractions became severe. So they, too, pulled into that Burger King parking lot, called for help, and had their baby.

Those two baby boys will have the nickname: The Whopper, for the rest of their lives.

7. Michael Jaegers took his wife, Stephanie, to their hospital in Stockbridge, Georgia, after she started having stomach pain. Kidney stones, probably kidney stones, she told him.

But after the doctor at the hospital examined her, he informed her that she was pregnant. Well before that shock could go away, he told her that the baby was on its way.

Says Michael: “There are no words to describe the range of feelings associated with being told that you’re having a baby ― in 30 minutes.”

Shaun Jude Jaegers was born an extremely short time later… and he was just fine.

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