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‘It was always a special day for us’: Three generations of girls born on St. Patrick’s Day

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    OMAHA, Nebraska (KETV) — A Nebraska family has more reason than most to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

“My mom was born march 17th, 1954, and I was born march 17th 1989,” said Katherine Chisholm, a new mom.

Now, on March 17th, 2021, they welcomed baby Charlotte Jean into the world.

“I Googled it and they said it was like 1 in 49 million, so I don’t know if that’s true,” said Mary Adams, Chishom’s mom.

Three generations of girls born on St. Patrick’s Day.

“It’s just been a lucky day for me,” said Grandma Adams.

Chisholm and her family hoped the luck of the Irish would be with them again.

“It was always a special day for us, I took her out of school and her brother and sister were jealous,” said Adams.

Sharing a birthday with the holiday means everyone celebrates your big day.

“It was never your birthday, you just walked in and it was a party,” said Chisholm.

Both mom and baby are doing great, and grandma is overjoyed.

“I always said, Katie was the best birthday present I ever got, and (Charlotte) is the second best birthday present I’ve ever had,” said Adams proudly.

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