Where did this happen?
That would be the fine city of Edmonton, Alberta.
What was this 1 in 48 million event?
That would be a birthday anomaly.
An Edmonton family defied the odds.
The grandfather, dad and son all share the same birthday – September 22nd.
According to Cristina Anton, a mathematics and statistics professor, the likelihood of three people sharing a birthday is about 1 in 48 million.
I know you can never predict it to the exact date – well, unless you’re having a c-section – but would you try to have your baby around a certain date/time of year?
If I could plan it, I think I would choose to give birth in April.
Here’s my logic: The cold weather is done – you don’t have to bundle your little bundle up to take him/her places. You’re not full-on watermelon preggers and grossly uncomfortable during the summer heat…I think these are all fair considerations.
So, with that math, end of July/early August would be a good time to get that bun in the oven.
(Obviously, I would be happy whenever, but you know…hypothetically.)
Pretty sure that regardless of the time of year, this would be my reaction at push time: