Mountain View Voice

News - October 15, 2010

Baby is perfect 10

Amit Nisenbaum and his wife Lilach, have a knack for having their babies on significant days.

Their son, Omer, was born just before Amit's birthday — "he was a gift," the father explains — and their first daughter, Adee, was born on Thanksgiving.

"Now the third one is a perfect 10!" Amit exclaimed. His second daughter, Osrri, was born at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View on Oct. 10 at exactly 10 p.m. — 10-10-10 at 10 p.m.

The father said he is not very superstitious, but laughed as he pointed out that it will be quite difficult to forget Osrri's birthday.

"It will be a nice date to remember and it's a nice way to start your journey on earth," he said.

Nisenbaum said that he was cognizant of the special date as he held his wife's hand in the delivery room, but was unaware of the clock. Only as Osrri took her first breaths did a nurse point out the time. Nisenbaum snapped a picture of the monitor near his wife's bed.

The couple live with their children in Los Altos.

"We're really excited," Nisenbaum said.

—Nick Veronin

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