Last Saturday, the whole world experienced a day that will not happen again for another 89 years. The weekend marked the very last sequential number calendar day for the century - 12/13/14 - or Dec. 12, 2014.
While many couples rushed to book the supposedly lucky day for their weddings, two families on opposite ends of the U.S. will forever hold the day as even more extraordinary. At exactly 10:11am, baby Hazel Grace was born in Cleveland and at the same time in Tucson, baby Victoria Marie Jones came in to the world.
Both baby girls will have the very special sequence of numbers 10:11 a.m. 12/13/14 printed on their official birth certificates, possibly making them the luckiest babies in the world.
Hazel Grace is the fourth child of Leisha Campbell and Shawn Zimmerman. She was born at the Cleveland Clinic's Fairview Hospital.
According to reports, Victoria Marie was actually expected to be born on New Year's eve, but to the couple's surprise, she arrived a few weeks earlier on the special sequentially numbered date.
A nurse who was assisting with the delivery was said to have alerted the staff with a surprised "scream" when she realized that the baby was born at exactly 10:11 a.m.
Meanwhile, in Cleveland, Hazel Grace's family knew she would be arriving on that date, but never expected that she would be born at exactly 10:11 a.m. as well.
Mom of four, Leisha, says that people have been telling them they must be extremely lucky.
"Everyone is telling us we should play the lottery. We feel this is a lucky day and are excited to get family photos with Santa," she said.
The two baby girls share a birthdate that no one will ever forget to mark down in their calendars.
Aside from the lucky last sequentially numbered date of the century, Hazel Grace and Victoria Marie also share their birthday with a few other interesting events like Violin Day, Gingerbread Decorating Day, and International Shareware Day.