Annelyse Allen made a mark on the world the moment she entered. She was born at 1:11 p.m. Jan. 11 at Parker Adventist Hospital, beginning her life …
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Annelyse Allen made a mark on the world the moment she entered.
She was born at 1:11 p.m. Jan. 11 at Parker Adventist Hospital,
beginning her life with the luck of the number one on her side.
Her mother, Jocelyn Allen, was induced the morning of Jan. 11,
and a few hours later, Annelyse, or Annie for short, was ready to
meet her family. Jocelyn said it was an easy labor, only taking one
“At about 1:11 and 20 seconds she was ready to go, and the
doctor came in 30 seconds later and she was out,” she said. “I am
still kind of in shock right now that she came in these specific
Jocelyn said she and her husband, Tyson, had joked about having
Annie at 1:11 p.m., but didn’t put a lot of thought into it. Tyson
also guessed the baby’s weight right, she was 6 pounds, 13 ounces,
exactly what Tyson predicted.
Annie is a sister to 2-year-old brother Levi, who was also born
at 11:11 p.m. on Oct. 28, 2008. And even though their children are
connected to the number one, to Tyson and Jocelyn it’s just a
“I don’t think we want to jinx ourselves by buying a lottery
ticket or anything,” she said. “We are just happy to have two happy
and healthy children.”
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