Florida mom has given birth to all three of her daughters – aged 6, 3 and 2 months – on SAME DAY


A Florida mom has given birth to all three of her daughters on exactly the same date – even though none of them are the same age.

Kristen Lammert of Oveida welcomed Sophia first, on August 25 2016. Then, on August 25 2018 she gave birth to Giuliana.

And Kristen, 32, as well as her husband Nick were stunned when their youngest daughter Mia arrived on August 25 2021, with the couple insisting there was never any plan to have all three of their children arrive on the exact same date. 

As of this August, a Florida family has three daughters with the same birth date.

When Kristen was pregnant with her second daughter, Giuliana, the 32-year-old mother suspected that she would spend her first daughter Sophia’s third birthday in the delivery room on August 25.

Sure enough, after Sophia’s birthday party in 2018, Kristin went to her doctor and learned that her blood pressure was elevated – medical staff induced her second pregnancy that evening. 

This year, once again, her two daughters celebrated their birthday while their mother gave birth to their newest sister, Mia. 

 ‘We were just in disbelief,’ Kristin told TODAY Parents. 

As of August 25 of this year, Kristen Lammert of Florida, 32 (pictured second from right) and Nick Lammert (pictured left), have three young daughters - Sophia, 6 (right), Giuliana, 3 (left, in Nick's lap), and two-month-old Mia (in Kristin's arms) - that share the same birthday. None of them are twins.

As of August 25 of this year, Kristen Lammert of Florida, 32 (pictured second from right) and Nick Lammert (pictured left), have three young daughters – Sophia, 6 (right), Giuliana, 3 (left, in Nick’s lap), and two-month-old Mia (in Kristin’s arms) – that share the same birthday. None of them are twins.

Her eldest daughter Sophia (pictured right), Kristin said, has no qualms with sharing a birthday with her two sisters: 'Sophia is very emotional about a lot of things in a good way - she appreciated the uniqueness and excitement of that'

Her eldest daughter Sophia (pictured right), Kristin said, has no qualms with sharing a birthday with her two sisters: ‘Sophia is very emotional about a lot of things in a good way – she appreciated the uniqueness and excitement of that’

‘The closer we got to August 25 and the more that we joked about it at home, the more I wanted it to happen’

She said Sophia, her eldest child, confidently told others this year that should would be getting a sister – again – for her sixth birthday. 

‘She was wanting that to happen and I thought, “Well, it could.”‘ 

Sophia (right) and Giuliana (left) decide together on the party's theme - when she is old enough, Mia will also be consulted - Kristin (left) makes sure each girl has the same number of guests and gifts. 'I get them separate cakes so they each have candles to blow out,' she said. 'I try to separate it but make it a joint party at the same time. That way they both feel like special birthday girls'

Sophia (right) and Giuliana (left) decide together on the party’s theme – when she is old enough, Mia will also be consulted – Kristin (left) makes sure each girl has the same number of guests and gifts. ‘I get them separate cakes so they each have candles to blow out,’ she said. ‘I try to separate it but make it a joint party at the same time. That way they both feel like special birthday girls’

Giuliana (left) and Sophia (right) are exactly three years apart in age

Giuliana (left) and Sophia (right) are exactly three years apart in age

When Kristin was pregnant with her second daughter, Giuliana (pictured), the 32-year-old mother suspected that she would spend her first daughter Sophia's third birthday in the delivery room on August 25. Sure enough, after Sophia's birthday party in 2018, Kristin went to her doctor and learned that her blood pressure was elevated - medical staff induced her second pregnancy that evening

When Kristin was pregnant with her second daughter, Giuliana (pictured), the 32-year-old mother suspected that she would spend her first daughter Sophia’s third birthday in the delivery room on August 25. Sure enough, after Sophia’s birthday party in 2018, Kristin went to her doctor and learned that her blood pressure was elevated – medical staff induced her second pregnancy that evening

Each girl is exactly three years apart – Sophia is 6, Giuliana is 3 and baby Mia will be two months old tomorrow. Statistically, the odds of having three children with the same birthdate are incalculably slim, according to Dr. Christine Greves, an OB-GYN at Orland Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies, who is not Kristin’s doctor.   

‘It is extremely rare. … We’ve spoken to some statisticians and they say it’s really hard to calculate,’ Greves told TODAY. 

 The Guinness Book of World Records holder for the most children born to one family on the same day is the Cummins family of Virginia, who had five. Catherine, Carol, Charles, Claudia and Cecilia were all born on February 20, but in different years.

When the family was entered into the 1977 Guinness World Records as ‘the only verified record of a family producing five single children with the same date of birth’. The record-keepers in 1977 estimated odds of that happening were 17.7 billion to 1.

Greves also told the magazine that just 5 percent of babies are born on their precise due dates. Kristin was induced two weeks after Sophia’s birth date and, when the mother was pregnant with Giuliana, she suspected that she may give birth sooner than her August 29 due date.    

Each girl is exactly three years apart - Sophia (left) is 6, Giuliana (right) is 3 and baby Mia will be two months old tomorrow. Statistically, the odds of having three children with the same birthdate are incalculably slim

Each girl is exactly three years apart – Sophia (left) is 6, Giuliana (right) is 3 and baby Mia will be two months old tomorrow. Statistically, the odds of having three children with the same birthdate are incalculably slim

‘I had joked that she could come four days early and the family was like, “Well, yeah but that’s probably not going to happen on its own.”‘ 

Her eldest daughter, Kristin said, has no qualms with sharing a birthday with her two sisters: ‘Sophia is very emotional about a lot of things in a good way – she appreciated the uniqueness and excitement of that.’

‘She thinks that it’s very special. She just loves that she’s sharing her birthday with her sisters because she’s now had three birthday parties that have been joint birthday parties.’

Sophia and Giuliana decide together on the party’s theme – when she is old enough, Mia will also be consulted – Kristin makes sure each girl has the same number of guests and gifts.

‘I get them separate cakes so they each have candles to blow out,’ she said. ‘I try to separate it but make it a joint party at the same time. That way they both feel like special birthday girls.’

This year in early August, after planning Sophia and Giuliana’s Luca-themed birthday celebration, Kristin began to suspect that her third daughter’s birthday would coincide with her siblings. 

About 10 weeks into her most recent pregnancy, Kristin contracted COVID-19 – pregnant mothers who fall ill to the coronavirus are more likely to have complications, and therefore to deliver prematurely. 

On the weekend before the faithful day, Kristin awoke to swollen ankles and a headache, telltale signs of incoming pregnancy. 

‘My doctor said up to two weeks early. That’s when I looked at the calendar and I remember turning to my husband and saying, “Oh my gosh, Nick, two weeks before the due date is Aug. 25,”‘ she said. 

‘He’s like, “No way.’” That was the moment I was like, “She’s totally going to be born on the 25th.”‘

And she was – when Kristin saw her doctor about her uncomfortable symptoms after her daughters’ birthday party, it came to light that she had preeclampsia, and doctors wanted to induce her delivery.

'My doctor said up to two weeks early. That’s when I looked at the calendar and I remember turning to my husband and saying, "Oh my gosh, Nick, two weeks before the due date is Aug. 25,"' Kristin said

‘My doctor said up to two weeks early. That’s when I looked at the calendar and I remember turning to my husband and saying, “Oh my gosh, Nick, two weeks before the due date is Aug. 25,”‘ Kristin said

Mia, pictured, was born on August 25 this year after her sisters' birthday party

Mia, pictured, was born on August 25 this year after her sisters’ birthday party 

Since TODAY published an article about the uncanny coincidence, Kristin has noticed some skeptical commenters speculating the she planned her inductions or orchestrated her three daughters’ birthdays. 

There was some planning, she said – she and her husband, 33-year-old Nick, wanted their three children to each be three years apart. The couple tried for an August baby with their first pregnancy because the month was in between the major holidays. 

But they had hoped Mia would be born after September 1, so that she wouldn’t be the youngest in her class like her sisters when she grew old enough to go to school.

Although labor was induced for all of her pregnancies, she insisted to CNN that it wasn’t for the sake of coinciding her daughters’ birthdays.  

‘The date doesn’t just automatically line up. My doctors were not going to induce me just because the date sounded cool,’ she said. 

Still, Kristin said, sometimes she can’t believe the odds.      

‘It’s very unique. Honestly, I don’t understand it myself,’ she said. ‘Sometimes I go and stare at their birth certificates. I’m like, “They actually all have the same birthday.”‘

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