Offbeat Bride and Groom Were Born at the Same Hospital on the Same Day 27 Years Ago

18:11  06 october  2017
18:11  06 october  2017 Source:   Inside Edition

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Twenty - seven years ago , two Massachusetts babies were born on the same day at the same hospital . Now, the pair is getting married. “If somebody out on the streets were to tell me our story, I would be like, ‘I don’t believe you,’” groom Aaron Bairos of Taunton joked in an interview with

"There were obviously only two babies born in the hospital on that day , and there’s a baby in the background. But the face is blurry because the focus is on Jess. 9. The bride and groom didn’t know each other until mutual friends introduced them in high school.

© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. "Both our mothers remember seeing each other [at the hospital when we were born]," groom Aaron Bairos said. Twenty-seven years ago, two Massachusetts babies were born on the same day at the same hospital. Now, the pair is getting married.

“If somebody out on the streets were to tell me our story, I would be like, ‘I don’t believe you,’” groom Aaron Bairos of Taunton joked in an interview with InsideEdition.com.

Bairos and his bride, Jessica Gomes, were married last month.

On April 28, 1990, Bairos and Gomes were the only two babies born at Morton Hospital.

“The hospital we were born at was a fairly small hospital, and it’s kind of the only one in the city so the chances of us being born there were pretty [good],” Bairos said. “Both our mothers remember seeing each other.”

Gomes said there might be a photo of them together from the hospital shortly after birth, but the background was blurry and it’s difficult to tell whether it is Bairos in the basket behind her.

Although their community is small, Gomes said they met formally in high school through friends and started dating as teenagers.

“Because we’ve all kind of grown up together, every year for our birthday we do something big,” Bairos said.

When asked whether they believed being born at the same time was fate, Gomes answered, “I think it is.”

113 patients make quiet move from St-Luc Hospital to Nouveau CHUM .
A total of 113 patients — including four from the intensive-care unit — were transferred to the Nouveau CHUM by 10:15 a.m., two hours earlier than expected. The move was an internal one, since St-Luc and the Nouveau CHUM are connected to each other, and patients made the quick trip through a basement passageway.“It’s sort of a funny thing, but it was quiet, very quiet,” said Patrick Moriarty, president of Health Care Relocations, the Ontario company in charge of the move.“I do this for a living, but it’s amazing to see one facility go to sleep and another facility come awake in an instant.

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