Mother’s Day Babies

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On Mother's Day what more could you ask for on your special day than to welcome a new bundle of joy?

Several mommies in Lackawanna County did just that.

Tiny face, tiny hands, tiny feet, a bundle full of lots of love and joy for happy parents Corey and Danielle Dein.

This is the happy couple's second son born on Mother’s Day.

Their first son Chase had a similar welcoming.

“It's funny how deja vous the situation was being that I had my son Chase also on Mother's Day!" said Danielle Dein.

Newborn baby Kellan arrived at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. He was the fourth of five babies born within an hour on this Mother's Day at Moses Taylor in Scranton.

For Dein, it's the sweetest gift she could receive.

“I just feel so lucky that they both wanted to arrive on Mother's Day, it was the best two Mother's Day gifts you could ever get!” said Danielle Dein.

For mommy Brandi Kissolovege, her Mother's Day baby came like a flash.

“It happened so fast. I woke up at 1:30 and by 2:18 he was here!" said Kissolovege.

Newborn, Michael Kissolovege is Brandi's third child.

Brandi and her husband Michael have two little girls.

Brandi said, those births were a little bit easier.

“He was the quickest, the biggest, and the most painful, but it happened on a special day so it was all worth it, and they say three times the charm, and he is, he's a charm,” said Kissolovege.

Both mommies are now enjoying their new bundles and hoping to catch up on some sleep.

Newswatch 16 asked Danielle Dein if she planned on having a third baby also on Mother's Day.

“I think for now I've got two arms and two boys so I can't ask for anything more than that!" said Danielle Dein.

As for Kissolovege, she said what most mommies would say about the babies that gave them the honor.

“Blessed, very blessed."