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Offbeat Baby Girl Born on 9/19/19 at 9:19 PM and Measuring 19 Inches

07:05  01 october  2019
07:05  01 october  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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At exactly 9 : 19 p . m . on September 19 , little Katherine was born . The time and date, 9 : 19 on 9 / 19 , is, of course, a palindrome. “They handed her to me, and I looked at the clock Earlier that day, the couple toyed with the idea that Katherine could be born at 9 : 19 , but they didn’t think it would actually happen.

It was an interesting coincidence when a baby girl in Georgia was born on 9 / 19 / 19 at 9 : 19 p . m . and measured just a little more than 19 inches . However, Baby Katherine let us all know she was ultimately in charge by deciding to make her grand appearance at 9 : 19 p . m .”

It was an interesting coincidence when a baby girl in Georgia was born on 9/19/19 at 9:19 p.m. and measured just a little more than 19 inches.

Kristina Brower said she isn’t surprised her newborn daughter, Katherine, “came into the world in this special way.”

Brower’s original due date was Sept 25, but on the 19th she started having contractions at 6 a.m.

a baby lying on a bed: Kristina Brower said she isn’t surprised her newborn daughter, Katherine, “came into the world in this special way.”© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Kristina Brower said she isn’t surprised her newborn daughter, Katherine, “came into the world in this special way.” “I live 45 minutes away from the hospital, so my OB went ahead and admitted me for fear I might have a baby in the car on the way to the hospital,” Brower told InsideEdition.com.

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19 , 2019, came into the world at exactly 9 : 19 a.m., WMTW reports. Madison Smithgall was born at Lewiston’s Central Maine Medical Center. And they were like it’s 9 :18 right now and then her head ended up popping out just before it was 9 :20 so it was 9 : 19 in the morning right when she came out

Baby Madison, born at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston on Thursday, was deemed a lucky girl by her parents for her palindrome birthday. Madison came into the world today-September 19 , 2019– at 9 : 19 a.m. in Central Maine Medical Center. Parents Erin and Andrew Smithgall were

"I got to a room by 1 p.m., and we all thought I'd be holding a baby in my arms within a couple of hours. However, Baby Katherine let us all know she was ultimately in charge by deciding to make her grand appearance at 9:19 p.m.”

Although they weren’t expecting the synchronicity of Katherine’s birth, the mom said her daughter's favorite number will definitely be 19.

“I hope she's just as amazed as we are about her birth story,” Brower said. “I think it's funny but wonderful all the attention our sweet little girl has gotten while she currently remains oblivious to it all. “

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