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US Couple Married on 9/10/11 Welcomes Baby on 11/12/13!

by Bidita Debnath on November 18, 2013 at 10:11 PM
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 US Couple Married on 9/10/11 Welcomes Baby on 11/12/13!

A US couple, who got married on sequential date 9/10/11, have become proud parents of a baby boy born on another sequential date 11/12/13.

New father, Chase Oliver, told GoodMorningAmerica.com that the coincidence was strange since the couple's wedding date was planned, but his son, James Douglas Oliver, wasn't due until the 21st, ABC News reported.

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Chase revealed that both his wife and son are doing good, and James weighs 9 pounds, one ounce, and is 21 and a half inches long.

Chase jokingly added that his friends now want him to have another baby on the last sequential date of the century, 12/13/14, but he would like to play the lottery instead with his lucky streak.

Source: ANI
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