Friday, October 27, 2006

23 Hours and Two Generations Apart

Terry Lamb of Culver, Indiana, had a child and a great-grandchild born a day apart this week.

Lamb, 59, a truck driver, is Terrian's daddy. Wife, Kim, gave birth to Terrian Tuesday at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend.

On Wednesday, Lamb's granddaughter, Danyiel Shireman, formerly of Bremen and now of Argos, gave birth to Lamb's seventh great-grandchild, Addison, at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth.

So, that makes Terrian about 23 hours older than Addison. It also means Terrian is Shireman's aunt and Addison's great-aunt.

"It was kind of weird at first," Shireman said Thursday at the Plymouth hospital as she handed little Addison over for kisses to new daddy Evan Byers. "It seems pretty natural now, because we were pregnant together." [Link]

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