September 14, 2009

Baby's All Nines! 9/9/09 9:09!

A baby in Danbury Connecticut entered the world in grand style last week, with a date of birth that was all nines: 9/9/2009, at 9:09 AM!

The parents came in to have a c-section birth that morning, and were planning to complete it earler but delays in getting the blood work back just happened to push that magical moment of childbirth right up to that magical array of numbers. The doctors and family both said it was not on purpose, and they didn't realize until afterwards.

Either way, it's a beautiful baby and here's hoping it's only the first of many good luck charms..

Baby's All Nines! 9/9/09 9:09!
news times

Anthony and Heather Nunes went to Danbury Hospital early Wednesday -- Sept. 9, 2009 -- to have their daughter delivered by Caesarean section. To their -- and their doctor's -- surprise, little Isabel Casimira was born at 9:09 a.m...

Baby's All Nines! 9/9/09 9:09!

Posted at September 14, 2009 4:39 AM

Did anyone read about the little baby boy also deliver on 9/09/09 and yes at 9:09 I believe in the A.M., but here is the differents...

His Weight.... anyone want to guess what it was?

You guessed it... he weighed in at 9lbs 9oz...
hows that for entering the world? =)

Posted by: Cheryl at September 14, 2009 6:01 AM

Yeah, there is more than one baby born at this time on this day. Statistics say there are about 5-7 babies born each second. So there are probably about 5-7 babies born at that exact time on that day.

Maybe more considering that the ones I have heard of so far had Caesareans so some of it might have been planned.

Posted by: Soda at September 14, 2009 9:51 AM

Little Henry Michael kinda blew the sails off baby Isabella with not only being born 09-09-09 @9:09 he weighed in at 9lbs & 9oz. That is truly amazing.

Posted by: Lisa Moller at September 14, 2009 11:50 AM

A very special child

Posted by: Anonymous at September 14, 2009 2:13 PM

It's funny how people put so much importance upon things like this. Our calendar system is totally random, with Year 1 of the Common Era being the starting point. And why is it even important? If we had adopted a different numbering system for our dates and times, these kids could have ended up with totally unimpressive birthdates...people, get a life!

Posted by: AutomaticNo at September 14, 2009 3:45 PM

My father was born 9/9/39. He weighed in at a whopping 9lbs 9 oz. By the way there is also 9 letters in the word september.

Posted by: eco at September 14, 2009 3:55 PM

Believe me, It's meaningless gobbledygoop...Got nothing to do with nothing..........The kid is just another spirit that entered the world.....just like the rest of me.. I know....

Posted by: Bonita at September 14, 2009 4:22 PM

With all the negativity in the world. What harm is there in the delight and wonder of a new baby. Congratulations the family. May GOD BLESS YOU all! Even more than you already have beenby the birth of your handsome little prince. Thank you for sharing your wonderful news to the world. Boo to all the negative.

Posted by: Amber at September 14, 2009 5:05 PM

I agree with Amber! Why all of the negativity? I think its little things like this that keep giving some of us a little reminder of the positive things in life! Congrats to those families!

Posted by: Sarah at September 19, 2009 3:53 AM

I remember last year there was a little girl born naturally(not caesarean) who was born 08-08-2008 @8:08(don't remember if it was am or pm) and she weighed 8lbs.80z. All babies are a gift from God and I don't know that being born at a "special" time makes their life any more precious or "lucky" than those of us born on a "regular" day. Congratulations to all the parents of all these babies, born every day!!

Posted by: Shirlee Hall at September 19, 2009 7:23 AM

All I can say to the negativity is this.... You took the time to read about this birth and took the time to comment so it must have interested you to some degree... lmbo!! Congrats to anyone that has a baby... whether it has ironic times and dates or not.. Babies are such a precious gift... Love them and keep them safe!

Posted by: shirley at September 19, 2009 8:32 AM

there's been more than one baby born on a date like this, my my b-day is july 7 and in 2007 there was a baby born on 7/7/07 @ 7 in the morning so this stuff happens very often and like someone else said that wasn't the only baby to be born on 9/9/09. but that is very cool and congrats to the parents.

Posted by: crystal at September 19, 2009 10:26 AM

Well, there is a 2 in 2009, so, sorry, no all nines baby. Please report on something more important, like on the deaths of all those babies of malnourishment or on the war in Gaza or something a lot more important than that. Americans, Americans, Americans... they think dumb thinks like these are important...

Posted by: Just another human at September 19, 2009 10:56 AM

Sorry, I meant to type things, not thinks. Still, these things are dumb and lack of importance.

Posted by: Just another human at September 19, 2009 11:03 AM

i read that there was this family that had a little boy at 9:09 on 9/9/09 and he has a sister that was born on 8/8/08 @ 8:08. that is just cool.

Posted by: jenn warren at September 19, 2009 11:30 AM

well not all 9's, but mostly 9's, lol

Posted by: lori at September 19, 2009 12:21 PM

In response to Just another human being, "what country are you from?" It's wonderful that in America we have the freedom to read about such pleasant events that bring a pleasant and an unexpected smile to our faces. Yes, the war in Gaza and starvation in "other" countries are important. But there is such a thing as "balance". I cannot imagine "any" human being who looks for nothing but disasters and negative events to fill their lives and then imply they need to get a life. How sad! By responding in such a manner it seems its not Americans who need to get a life. "American's" fight wars for other countries, "American's" send money, give gifts and volunteer in other countries. American's are the best people on the face of the earth! Most Americans will help anyone in need; but, "Most Americans" also love to share in the joy of others, not just disasters! It's called BALANCE!

Posted by: dicey at September 19, 2009 2:15 PM

I think things like this are so cool! I mean c'mon people what are the odds? 9/9/09 at 9:09 am and 9lbs 9 oz. Amazing! That is a story that family can pass down through generations. And what is with the negative comments? You know it is awesome. Just go on and admit!

Posted by: Teri at September 19, 2009 6:04 PM

I think things like this are so cool! I mean c'mon people what are the odds? 9/9/09 at 9:09 am and 9lbs 9 oz. Amazing! That is a story that family can pass down through generations. And what is with the negative comments? You know it is awesome. Just go on and admit!

Posted by: Teri at September 19, 2009 6:05 PM

isnt is funny that people that REALLY have something nice to say use their names,...but someone that wants to trash talk never want to give a slay

Posted by: Doris at September 19, 2009 7:22 PM

My brothers bday is 4-5-67. So I can never forget his bday or his age. lol

Posted by: gina at September 19, 2009 10:32 PM

My cousin weighed 10lbs 10oz when he was born on 10/10/91. When he was 10 years old he lost both of his parents, 10 days apart. One due to cancer and one due to a muscle disease.

Posted by: Robin at September 19, 2009 11:06 PM

Well so what if you don't place any importance on the coincidence... at least remembering her birthday will be easy! When I was young I always wanted to know at exactly what time I was born. My mom never could get it straight. So at least these lucky parents won't have to think too hard to answer that question.
Oh and one more thing... In numerology this child's life path number is a 2, and not a 9. So the coincidence seems to stop there.

Posted by: Kirsten at September 19, 2009 11:53 PM

i think this is pretty cool, my youngest daughter was born on 9/13/06 she weighed 9 lbs 13 oz her head circumferance was 13 and she was born at 10:13am. 13 will always be my favorite lucky number.

Posted by: sandy at September 20, 2009 12:00 AM

Hey...congrats to the parents of the gorgeous wee ones. I witnessed a once-ever occasion...I watched at it turned 12:34:56pm, 07/08/90. We'll have to wait another 79 years for that one to come around

Posted by: Dee at September 20, 2009 1:52 AM

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