When Kyrsten Moreno found out she was pregnant, her and her family did all they could to prepare for their little one’s arrival.
It may have seemed like a usual pregnancy, but Grandma Nadine Hugmeyer had a feeling something special was going to occur. When baby Aiden was still inside the uterus, Nadine told him that he needed to hold on for his mom’s birthday to continue a family pattern that now borders on the ridiculous.
You see, it wasn’t just mom Kyrsten whose birthday Aiden’s would coincide with. It was his grandma’s as well, meaning that three generations from the same family share the same birthday.
Diane Leonard, who works for Amita Health, was present at Aiden’s delivery and said she had never heard of it happening before. Staff at the hospital sang the trio “Happy Birthday”, while Grandma Nadine told CBS 2: “I think it was meant to be.”
It goes without saying that it’s a rather unique set of events. Mom Kyrsten says it “had to be on purpose”. All we know is that the rest of the family must be groaning as they check their wallets; three birthdays on the same day is likely to get rather expensive.
God bless them!
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