Pictured are mom Diana Fakla

Golden baby born on 12-12-12 at 12:12

If you believe that 12-12-12 is will bring good fortune then Jade Fennings will have great fortune in life.

A local couple welcomed a new member to their family on Dec.12, 2012 at 12:12 p.m.

Jayde Fennings was born at the Golden and District Hospital on the date which according to some cultures is a lucky date and may bring good fortune.

Both Jayde and her mother Diana Fakla are doing well. The family wished to pass on their thanks to all of the staff and doctors at the hospital who treated them so well.

The 12-12-12 date will mark the last date of its kind, when all three numbers in a date are the same, for This type of date won’t happen again until January 1 of 2101 or 01-01-01.

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