When her Doctor, Peggy Heis, noticed that date 8/9/10, Terri just figured it would make it easy for her to not get her kids birthday’s mixed up.
“And then just joking I said wouldn’t that be fun if happened at 11:12,” says Dr. Heis.
But 11:12 in the morning came and went.
“Everybody was making bets and guesses on when she was going to come out,” says Terri.
12-hours later, just before 11 p.m. that night, the labor really started getting intense.
“I looked up and it was a quarter till 11 and I said to mom, ‘Do you want to wait?,'” Heis says.
“And I’m like no, lets just get this over with NOW!” says Riehle.
“I looked at my mother-in-law right as the baby was coming out and I looked up at the clock and I tapped her and I started pointing at the clock like look look, ” said the new dad Scott.
Sure enough, her baby made her big debut right on time. Ella Rose, born 8/9, 2010 at 11:12, weighing 6 pounds, 9 ounces.
This will be a day that the Riehle family will cherish forever and the scrap book that they can make from the news coverage will just make it that much more special!
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