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2007-12-31 09:07:25 AM
Irish twins.
 
2007-12-31 09:24:14 AM
TFA: Claire was delivered by Caesarean section at 8:33 a.m., Dec. 28, but doctors said the timing was the result of the hospital's schedule, and not a desire for Claire and her sister Natalie to share a birthday moment, The Buffalo (N.Y.) News reported Sunday.

Shenanigans
 
2007-12-31 09:25:22 AM
This doesn't take into account for the fact that a year is slightly more than 365.25 days. If that baby really wanted to impress me, she should have waited another 6 hours.
 
2007-12-31 09:36:38 AM
Thus begins an epic sibling rivalry.
 
2007-12-31 09:48:47 AM
Yeah, well I'll be banging their mom again in 3 months at the annual convention.
 
2007-12-31 10:20:22 AM
My brother and I share the same birthday, though he's 3 years older. I was the best birthday present he ever received.

But I was a morning birth and he was an afternoon birth. Meh.
 
2007-12-31 10:22:00 AM
I remember one episode of Malcolm in the Middle where they were in the process of even stealing the youngest boy's birthday by scheduling the C-section for his birthday.
 
2007-12-31 10:22:18 AM
Anti-Christ!
 
2007-12-31 10:24:28 AM
Two Dogs Farking: TFA: Claire was delivered by Caesarean section at 8:33 a.m., Dec. 28, but doctors said the timing was the result of the hospital's schedule, and not a desire for Claire and her sister Natalie to share a birthday moment, The Buffalo (N.Y.) News reported Sunday.

Shenanigans


Those parents will save so much money throwing birthday parties. Its like planning to have your kid within a couple of days of Christmas so you can just be cheap and say everything is Birthday/Christmas presents.
 
2007-12-31 10:24:30 AM
my brother, my sister, and myself were all born on the 28th (each ~two years apart, different months). if i was good math i could figure the odds.
 
2007-12-31 10:24:45 AM
Claire was delivered by Caesarean section at 8:33 a.m., Dec. 28, but doctors said the timing was the result of the hospital's schedule, and not a desire for Claire and her sister Natalie to share a birthday moment, The Buffalo (N.Y.) News reported Sunday.


Methinks that is a wise man. Look at all the savings. One birthday party per year. Only a need to buy one cake and party favor set per year.

The only thing keeping this from bringing a tear to my eye would be if he did it on christmas day, so as to only have to purchase one present per year.
 
2007-12-31 10:24:48 AM
There's one family who had 3 kids, all born on Feb 29.
 
2007-12-31 10:26:49 AM
deadapostle: This doesn't take into account for the fact that a year is slightly more than 365.25 days. If that baby really wanted to impress me, she should have waited another 6 hours.

You celebrated the new millenium at 2001 didn't you?
 
2007-12-31 10:26:58 AM
Big deal. My brother and I share the same birthdate, natural birth (not scheduled like in this story), 1 year and 2 minutes apart.

Sucks for them. I hated that shared birthday shiat.
 
2007-12-31 10:27:03 AM
My sons are exactly 11 months and two weeks apart. For two weeks every August they are 'technically" the same age. True Irish twins, and since they actually looked a LOT a like, as they grew into toddlers, everyone assumed they were actually twins, used to hear people comment "oh look at the twins"....
 
2007-12-31 10:29:26 AM
i was born on my mom's 22nd birthday.

5 years later, my brother was born... my dad called from the hospital to give us the "good news." the neighbor lady pulled me out of a perfectly good game of pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey to take the call.

/sorry, no "to the minute" goodness in my story.
 
2007-12-31 10:30:21 AM
RockIsDead: You celebrated the new millenium at 2001 didn't you?

Guilty. We also handed out candle on the 2000 New Year, "just in case".
 
2007-12-31 10:33:08 AM
I have twin boys that were born three days before Christmas.

Thankfully they aren't old enough yet to fully despise having one big celebration for everything.
 
2007-12-31 10:35:12 AM
torch: Irish twins.

One minute short.
 
2007-12-31 10:37:26 AM
my nephew and niece were born on the same day by c-section.
 
2007-12-31 10:39:42 AM
My two sisters and I are almostly exactly 18 months apart. Our birthdays lined up Dec 23, Jun 25, Dec 27th.

/btw, xmas birthdays suck
 
2007-12-31 10:40:30 AM
That headline made me think of a really bad carnival:

"See the baby that shares the same birthday as her sister, right down to the minute. Her one-year old sister. Come inside, come inside."
 
2007-12-31 10:41:04 AM
Meh. I'd be more impressed if the baby was born in the same year as her sister, and say, less than 5 months apart.

That would freak me out.
 
2007-12-31 10:41:39 AM
My wife and her 3 years older sister share a Dec 20th birthday. Their parents were cheap asses that made them share a single birthday/christmas gift for the both of them.



/my birthday is in July
//planned my birth correctly
///wait, what?
 
2007-12-31 10:42:07 AM
My oldest brother was born on my parent's first anniversary.
 
2007-12-31 10:42:08 AM
"The sisters' grandfather joked it would be a good day to buy a lottery ticket"

That's not a joke, it's a cliche.

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Hedley Lamarr hates that cliche.
 
2007-12-31 10:42:38 AM
I was born on my father's 25th birthday and his mother's 52nd birthday. I always thought it was neat that we all had a birthday on the same day. Also my mother's sister's birthday.

On the Irish twins subject, don't they have to be
 
2007-12-31 10:42:50 AM
Who has time for sex with a three-month old around...
 
2007-12-31 10:43:59 AM
Tackboard: Its like planning to have your kid within a couple of days of Christmas so you can just be cheap and say everything is Birthday/Christmas presents.


That's such a dick thing to do to your kid.

/Dec. 19
 
2007-12-31 10:44:29 AM
A guy I went to high school with has the same birthday (but not same year) as his brother and sister. I don't think there was a "to the minute" goodness.
 
2007-12-31 10:44:39 AM
ColdFury: My sons are exactly 11 months and two weeks apart. For two weeks every August they are 'technically" the same age. True Irish twins, and since they actually looked a LOT a like, as they grew into toddlers, everyone assumed they were actually twins, used to hear people comment "oh look at the twins"....

Welcome to my life.

My older sister and I are 10 months, 20 days, and six hours apart (The Family Rumor™ is that I was born two months ahead of schedule) so, for six weeks we're both the same age.

To make matters worse I was skipped one grade so we ended up in the same grade and we got that whole "are you twins?" thing on an ongoing basis.
 
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2007-12-31 10:45:09 AM
I celebrate my birthday every year on the same day. Coincidence?

©
 
2007-12-31 10:49:06 AM
My birthday is April 16th and I was born at 4:16 in the afternoon. My son was born Nov 21 '06 also at 4:16 in the afternoon.
 
2007-12-31 10:51:02 AM
TFA failed to mention that the babies' daddy'sTM b-day is exactly nine months earlier
 
2007-12-31 10:51:41 AM
espiaboricua: ColdFury: My sons are exactly 11 months and two weeks apart. For two weeks every August they are 'technically" the same age. True Irish twins, and since they actually looked a LOT a like, as they grew into toddlers, everyone assumed they were actually twins, used to hear people comment "oh look at the twins"....

Welcome to my life.

My older sister and I are 10 months, 20 days, and six hours apart (The Family Rumor™ is that I was born two months ahead of schedule) so, for six weeks we're both the same age.

To make matters worse I was skipped one grade so we ended up in the same grade and we got that whole "are you twins?" thing on an ongoing basis.


My friend's kids are less than a year apart as well; my goddaughter was born in May, her brother the next April... for a month they will be the same age. Sad thing is that their mom hoped for another girl, who would have been named similarly, and treated like a twin... deliberately. Ugh.
 
2007-12-31 10:53:33 AM
What I want to know is what gets the parents all frisky on the same day each year?!
 
2007-12-31 10:54:53 AM
My parents didn't have any children that lived. Coincidence?
 
2007-12-31 10:55:22 AM
My kids are one year apart to the day, within an hour and 15 minutes. Makes birthdays easier!
 
2007-12-31 10:57:14 AM
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2007-12-31 10:59:30 AM
My sis and I were born 20 months apart and got married 20 months apart - both to men with the same first name.

We've always been kinda competitive.

The good thing is now that we have two guys in the family the same first name, neither of us cares what the other names their kids. If we both like the same name, we'll use it. Why not?
 
2007-12-31 11:01:36 AM
I'd be much more impressed if it were 9 months to the minute after the first kid.
 
2007-12-31 11:01:53 AM
It's a sign of the Apocalypse!
 
2007-12-31 11:03:18 AM
My sister was born exactly 5 years, 2 months, and 12 days, 9 hours and 26 minutes before me! To the minute!

Isn't that fascinating?

/I also know two guys who have the exact same first name
 
2007-12-31 11:03:37 AM
My first 2 kids are 11 months 1 week apart. My 2nd and 3rd are 10 months and 5 days apart. For 5 weeks my 1st and 2nd are the same age, and for 2 months my 2nd and 3rd are the same age.

When my daughter was 4, she had 4 little brothers! ( no twins)( these are all my bio kids, we adopted our last 2)
 
2007-12-31 11:04:28 AM
Migaloo 2007-12-31 10:54:53 AM
My parents didn't have any children that lived. Coincidence?

That means you're a g...g...g...g

content.answers.com
GHOST!

/relp, Raggy!
 
2007-12-31 11:05:10 AM
Pikers. My kids are eighteen years apart, on the same day (with to within 6 hrs goodness). No shared b-day nonsense because the older one was out the door and down the road at 18.5.
 
2007-12-31 11:07:48 AM
Alwaysus: My first 2 kids are 11 months 1 week apart.

BFD, my sister and I share the same birthday (Feb. 15) her in 1976, me in 1977, I was born at 11:04 pm, I don't know what time she was born, and my brother was born Feb. 14th of '73. Don't know what time he was born either.

And I have another sister born Aug. 19th 1971. She's the one that got the blue eyes and straight teeth.

At least I have a full head of hair (starting to dread it now) at 1.5 months til 31 while my brother (1.5 months til 35) is well into balding. Ha ha ha.

/and I have a better first name
 
2007-12-31 11:07:51 AM
TTIU.
 
2007-12-31 11:08:25 AM
We have one in Oct., Nov., (I'm Dec) Jan, Feb (my husband is March).....and July. The suprise ruined my unplanned pattern.

/I'm, Dec. 26. My mom always made me wait till then for my gifts.
//Also got an "I love you Kimmy" gift in June.
///Sibs are all April-Aug.
//Spoiled youngest. Mom didn't want me to feel left out.
/Had a friend whose little sister got gifts on the older kids b'days...
 
2007-12-31 11:08:34 AM
My Niece & Nephew were born one year apart on the same day, and there was no C-section involved in either birth.
 
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