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    My niece was born on the 22/02/12 at two minutes to two, and was 2.1kgs


    DD was born on the 09/01/12 at 07:21(7+2=9 with1 being left over), and was 9.1lbs (same as birthdate)!

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    I'm enjoying this thread, too!

    My only son has a mildly 'annoying/embarrassing' birthday, but it is easy to remember. He was 'born on the 4th of July' (2011). Lucky we're not in the US of A!

    At the final scan a few days before he was born, I was told he would be the size of a 30-31wk bub when born at 34&5d.

    When he was transferred between hospitals a few days after he was born, the bub that came with him in the NETS transport was exactly the same length (45.5cm) and had same head circ (28cm), and was only 11g heavier (1759 &1770). He was a 30wk'er. Funny coincidence, and I'm still friends with the other bub's mum.

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    My cousin was born on August 8, 1988 so 8/8/88 ( very lucky in china) and my nephew was born last year 1st November, 2011 so 1/11/11 my DS was 1 day off 20/10/2010 !

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    My BFF's 3 kids are all born on the 8th of a month. Over the space of 10 years. All were born early.

    My friend and his younger brother are exactly the same day 4 years apart.

    A married couple I know have the same birthday, 3 years apart.

    My DD was born 3 years to the day after my Nanna passed away.

    DP and I have a feeling that this bub will be born on March 18... Mum just recently informed me, that is my late uncle's birth date.

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    Oh, and...

    Both mine and XH's dads have the same birthday (born different years).

    Both my parents were born on the 28th of their birthday months.

    XH shares his birthday with his older half sister who he didn't know existed until he was 40.

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    DD2 was born on the 11th. Her labor from start to finish was 11hrs:11mins. There is 11 years between her and her older sister, and then there is 11 years between her sister and her aunty. My mum and dad also had an 11 year age gap and were married for 11 years before they had me.
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    DD was born 11/12/11. The hospital couldn't decide if she was born at 425 or 426. Add those numbers up and you get either 11 or 12. Lol.

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    DS was 10 days old on our 1st wedding anniversary which was the 10.10.2010. I thought that was cool!

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    My uncle (first born) 7/4/54, my mum (middle child of 9) 4/7/64, my uncle (last born) 4/7/74... If only my first uncle could have been born 4/7...

    A friends baby was born 11:09 on 9/11

    I know of someone who has a baby born on Australia Day, Valentines Day, Christmas Day and her wedding was on Easter Sunday (that year).

    Bubs is due 2/6 but I'm hoping she comes 3/6/12... 3 is half of six... Six is half of twelve...

    Lastly, my grandmother was born on the 21st. Her wedding anniversary is the 15th. She died on the 15th and was buried on the 21st. Didn't realise the dates at the time but now it's just freaky. Also she always said she'd like to go in October as not a single person in our entire extended family (including in-laws) is born in October... And she did!

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    DS and myself are both virgos born in the year of the tiger


 

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