October 13, 2010 by staff
But his delighted parents know the newest member of their family more and more is really the perfect score of 10.
The baby was born at 10:10, the tenth day of the tenth month in 2010.
Transmission Mark McCrory and his fiancée Kate Ogle said yesterday the birth of their daughter was the most incredible time of their lives.
But it was made even more special when a nurse showed them the time that little Jessica was born.
Speaking of motherhood to the infirmary at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria (RIV), Mark said today: “We could not believe it when the nurse said.
“To have children is the most extraordinary moment of our lives, but it made even more remarkable. We are very happy.”
Kate water broke while the couple was sitting at their home in Portrush Way, nearly four extremities Lane, Newcastle on Saturday night.
She was taken to hospital and doctors performed a caesarean operation on the morning of yesterday’s 32-years.
“I was keeping an eye on the clock, but the importance of time never crossed my mind,” said 33-year-old Mark, a laborer.
“Only when the nurse in the room said:” I cannot believe it is 10 past 10 ‘. Even then the penny will not drop until someone me said date.
“I looked at Kate and she just looked stunned.
“When you think about it so special. We tried very hard for a baby in recent years. We’ve been together for 13 years and we feared that we might never have one. Jessica is truly a miracle baby.
“You hear about babies born at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Day, but this is even more bizarre.”
Jessica was born two weeks early and weighed 6 pounds 12 oz Doctors opted for a Caesarean operation after Kate, who suffers from asthma and diabetes, has suffered many complications during pregnancy.
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