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Woman who gave birth during the U.S solar eclipse names baby 'Eclipse'

An American family who welcomed a baby girl during the eclipse on Monday decided to name their baby Eclipse Alizebeth Eubanks, after the big cosmic event.

According to a report on Greenville Health System's Facebook page, the mother of the baby, Freedom Eubanks birth baby Eclipse at 8:04 a.m, in South Carolina, one of the cities in the path of the eclipse.

The baby reportedly came out weighing 6 pounds and 3 ounces and was 19 inches long. Freedom Eubanks who had her husband Michael standing by her side all through the experience  said:

It kind of still feels like it’s not real. It all hit me at once. Like, Wow, my child is born on something that happens every so many years.

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