- A couple in Brooklyn just welcomed their second Leap Year baby
- The family was busy preparing for the birthday of their firstborn when the mother unexpectedly went into labor
- They were all surprised because the mother’s due date was supposed to be on March 4
- According to an expert, the odds of having back-to-back babies born on a leap day is about 1 in 2.1 million
A family in Brooklyn recently welcomed their second Leap Year baby last February 29, 2020.
KAMI learned that the first child of Lindsay and Dane Demchak was born on February 29, 2016.
According to the report by the New York Post (authored by Dean Balsamini and Khristina Narizhnaya), as their family was preparing for Omri’s birthday, Lindsay unexpectedly gave birth.
“We’re the double Leap Year family!” Lindsay said.
The mother also explained how they are planning to celebrate the following birthdays of their children.
"It's complicated, we'd do Omri's on the 28, since he's older, and Scout's on March 1. When there is a Leap Day, we will make a big thing," she said.
As reported by the UPI (authored by Ben Hooper), Lindsay shared that her due date was March 4. However, she unexpectedly went into labor while they were having a family dinner.
“My parents can’t believe it. My brother called and said, ‘You gotta go on ‘Ellen.’ This is unreal,” Dane said.
"It became more serious, it wasn't a joke anymore, it's like, this is happening, I say it was the Italian food that did it," he added.
According to the Pop Inquirer (authored Ryan Arcadio), an expert claimed that the chance of having back-to-back leap year babies is about 1 in 2.1 million.
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