Baby's date, time of birth form unlikely sequence
Jayden Eugene Justice came into this world at a unique time. Yesterday was Nov. 12, 2013, or 11/12/13. And he was born at 2:15 p.m., or 14:15 in military time. This made his birth time a rare sequence: 11/12/13, 14:15.
Jayden was born to parents Andrea and Richard Justice of Seymour at LeConte Medical Center. His paternal grandmother is Peggy Justice, and his maternal grandparents are Gerald and Anita Miller.
Richard Justice said a nurse first realized the interesting time in which his son was born. "She pointed it out and I was standing next to a doctor, and we were both just amazed."
Justice said his wife had a similar reaction. "She thought it was cool, too," Justice said. "We couldn't believe it."
There is no way to plan such an outcome, Justice noted. "This was something that we never even thought could happen."
Because of the way the 12-month calander works, next year on Dec. 13 (12/13/14, 15:16) will be the only other time a birth with this sort of sequence can happen for many years.
"It's just unique and amazing." Justice said.