January 6(UPI)-- A pair of \"New Year's Eve babies\" were born in Indiana on a very different date, although they were born only half an hour apart.
A pair of dragon and Phoenix babies have been born at St. Vincent Carmel Hospital in Ascension, Indiana, and sister Jocelyn was born at 11:37 p.m. on December 31,2019, to become the hospital's last baby in 2019, the New York Post reported on Friday. Just thirty minutes later, on January 1,2020, his brother, Jackson, was also born to the hospital in the new year, the first baby born in the 1920s.
\"We also thought they might be born on different dates, and it was a big surprise not only that the dates were different but also that the years were different. \"My mother and I are a little too surprised to speak,\" the child's father, Tellio, said in an interview on the ward. \"The road ahead is long, it's certain, and of course it's a good journey,\" he said.
As a matter of fact, this was a little unexpected for the arrival of the dragon, and the baby's mother, Gryan, was expected to be in the hospital after seven weeks, but Gryan hurried to the hospital on the New Year's Eve. As it was meant, they were born on that day, \"he recalled.
According to local media, sister joslin was born 2126 grams and brother jackson weighed 2012 grams. Mother and child are in good condition. \"Because of the fetal position problem, we expected that the sister would be born first, and the younger brother was not in the right position, so it took a while. said Gilliam.
Gilliam imagines that the new year will be a small family reunion, and she will continue to raise twins as a stay-at-home mother and two other 10- and 5-year-old sons. (www.seanet\/Zhang Min internship compilation\/Chen Pan)