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Mom, dad, son all celebrate their birthday in same day!!!

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Lucas and Hillary Gardner never feel problems to remember each other's birthday as they were born on the same day. And so was his son, 27 years later in December.

The odds that are happening at a 133,000, statisticians say. And this is much less likely to take on their lives at some point by a flash that someone put in around 12,000.

He did not intend to put a birthday when his son Cade Lee Gardner was designed, Luke Gardner said, a vicar at a Baptist church in northeast Mississippi and a student at a nearby Baptist Theological Seminary campus in New Orleans.

"I really didn't even put it together until we got pregnant," he said in a telephone interview Wednesday. "Then we realized, 'Oh, wow!'"

With the help of smartphones application, he told that his wife measured an expiration date on December 15, along with three days before his birthday. Your obstetrician for December 19 called.

So the couple Baldwyn, Mississippi have to try some practice to rush the baby a bit. On the night of December 17, Gardner said, "walked" at Baldwyn's First Baptist Church in the parking lot, where Gardner is the Pastor extension.

If the move will speed things up, Cade was born at 10:01 on December 18 - exactly 27 years after the birth of his parents.

"Hillary is exactly six hours older than me," Luke Gardner said. She was born at 8:10 a.m. and her husband at 2:10 p.m. on Dec. 18, 1989.

The opportunity to meet someone who was born on the same day as one in 365, said Tumulesh Solanky, chair of the department of mathematics at the University of New Orleans. He said the possibility that two people born the same day and having a baby on his birthday is 1/365 1/365 times.

"That comes at 0000000751 - seven zeros and then 751," or about 7.5 in a million, he said, which deals with about one in 133,000. The statisticians say that such factors as leap years and ignored the fact that births are not evenly distributed throughout the year.

Gardner joked that when he and Hillary Gardner have more children, they need to try December.

"If we have any more kids, if we don't get pregnant in March, we'll have to wait till the next year," he said.

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