3 Sisters Share Same Birthday, 3 Years Apart: “It Would Be So ᴄʀᴀᴢʏ If They Came On The Same Day” 

3 Sisters Share Same Birthday, 3 Years Apart: “It Would Be So ᴄʀᴀᴢʏ If They Came On The Same Day” 

Aug. 25 is one big party for the Lammert family as three sisters celebrate the same birthday — and no, they’re not triplets.  Sophia 7, Giuliana, 4, and Mia, 1 — who were incredibly all born on the same day three years apart.“It was for sure not intentiona ,i never thought they’d share the same day, i only thought my  daughters would have birthdays close together”mother Kristin Lammert, 33, told

Oh my gosh, it would be so ᴄʀᴀᴢʏ if they came on the same day, But they again were due almost a week apart.”‘ father Nick Lammert, 34, said

When Kristin was in labor with Giuliana, her labor was at first progressing slowly, causing her to doubt that the girls might share a birthday. However, things sped up and the baby was born around 10:30 p.m.

Exactly three years later, in 2021, Kristin spent her girls’ birthdays back in a hospital, preparing to give birth to Mia.

At 37 weeks pregnant, Kristin was diagnosed with ᴘʀᴇᴇᴄʟᴀᴍᴘsɪᴀ, a serious blood pressure condition, and doctors decided to induce labor on Aug. 23, weeks ahead of her Sept. 8 due date. On Aug. 25, Mia arrived.

The Lammert’s triple miracle started back in 2015 when the Oviedo-based mom was pregnant with the couple’s first child. Her pregnancy was an incredibly easy one. Zero complications throughout. At the very end of the pregnancy, she had consistent ᴄᴏɴᴛʀᴀᴄᴛɪᴏɴs. She wound up being induced due to the baby’s heart rate lowering during ᴄᴏɴᴛʀᴀᴄᴛɪᴏɴs. She due date was August 23, 2015, and she was born on August 25, two days late.

During her second pregnancy with Giuliana, Kristin admits it was a little more challenging due to the constant nausea she felt. The baby was thriving the whole time.  Twin Sisters Give Birth to Daughters 90 Minutes Apart on Their Birthday: ‘God Had a Plan for Us’

Statistically, the odds of delivering two siblings on the same day, let alone three, is extremely rare, Gray said.

“We feel like it was fate, how it all aligned. If it winds up working out again in August, that would be incredible.”Kristin saidShe added: “We have multiple family members coming in town for their huge celebration. I’ve been making decorations and planning the food and activities for a couple of months now. The girls are so excited to be celebrating their birthday today!”

Kristin said since welcoming Mia last year, the family has been “adjusting to life with a very busy schedule” between things like school and dance lessons.

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