When a baby is born, that day will forever be a special day for the baby and the baby’s family. It will be a day of celebration with birthday parties for years to come. It will be a day the child will include on important documents. It will forever and always be an important day.
Babies are born every single day of every single year. Any and every day is someone’s birthday. If you’re into fun with numbers, some birthdays are a little bit more unique and memorable than others. For example, imagine being born on a day like 1-2-03, or 1-11-11. We’re sure many people have those exact birthdays, but anyone born today will also have a very memorable birthday.
Today is February 22, 2022, or if you write it in numbers, 2-22-22. That is definitely a unique date, and many are dubbing it Twosdays because it falls on a Tuesday.
We’re sure it would be pretty easy to remember a birthday like 2-22-22, but new parents also remember not only the date, but also the exact time their baby was born.
Aberli and Hank Spear welcomed a new baby girl into the world earlier this morning on 2-22-22. Not only that, but she was born in labor and delivery room number 2 at the exact moment of 2:22am. Now, that’s a Twosday birthday!
The baby girl was born at Alamance Regional in North Carolina, and her parents have named her Judah Grace. It was Judah’s grandmother, Kristi Engelbrecht, who shared the news of Judah’s special birthday with the local news, and it is only appropriate, she called WFMY News 2, because keeping in the tradition of 2s just can’t be stopped for this precious baby.
While Judah definitely has a special birthday, her birth is even more special to her parents. She is their first child, and it was quite a journey for her to even be born. You see, her mom battled Hodgkin’s lymphoma for six years. She has been cancer free since 2020.
Engelbrecht explained, “Judah is a reminder of all things good, God’s promises kept, and a community pulling together for the good of one another.”
Do you know anyone with a special birthday?
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