Baby Born to a Missouri Family on 7/11 at 7:11 p.m., Weighing 7 Lbs., 11 Oz.


  • A baby girl named J’Aime Brown was born in St. Louis, Missouri on July 11 (7/11) at 7:11 pm, weighing 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
  • Rachel Langford said she kept on seeing the numbers 7 and 11 while she was pregnant but didn’t think it meant anything at the time.
  • Langford says she even plans on telling 7-Eleven officials about the coincidence.

A daughter was born to Rachel Langford and Johntez Brown of Missouri on Thursday, July 11 at 7:11 p.m. And in yet another lucky coincidence, the baby girl named J’Aime Brown, weighed 7 lbs. and 11 oz.

Langford, who also has a 6-year-old son,  told CNN that she kept on seeing the numbers 7 and 11 while she was pregnant but didn’t think it meant anything at the time.

“I thought it was weird at first, and I didn’t know that (the numbers) meant so much,” she told the news outlet. “A lot of the times [during the pregnancy] I would look at the clock and it was 7:11.”

Calling her newborn daughter “lady lucky”, Brown shared photos of J’Aime on Facebook. Langford says she even plans to tell 7-Eleven officials about the coincidence.

Both Langford and J’Aime are doing well, although a bit “freaked out” by the coincidence, she told CNN.

J’Aime’s dad has been enjoying all the media attention about the birth, sharing several messages on Facebook including, “Look at my star baby she on the news already love you baby,” and, “Look at my baby on tv already #Greatness.”

Prior to J’Aime’s birth, sisters Simone and Shari Cumberbatch both gave birth early and ended up welcoming their

Last week, sisters Simone and Shari Cumberbatch of New York both gave birth on the same day at the same hospital on their father’s 70th birthday.

Shari gave birth to Hailey at 12:57 p.m., and Simone welcomed Liberty at 5:30 p.m. at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre.

“At first I was shocked. I said, ‘Wow this is really happening?’ ” Simone told Good Morning America. “When I realized it was real, I said, ‘This is going to be a good thing.’ “

“The family says that Fourth of July festivities will never be the same,” officials at Mercy Medical wrote in a Facebook post. “Grandpa, moms and babies are all doing great!”

Source: People

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