She'll Never Forget Her Birth Date

LA MESA -- Wednesday was 12/12/12, the last lucky triple digit date of this century. Las Vegas was overrun with people getting married and a few lucky babies will carry a memorable birth date for the rest of their lives.

At Sharp Grossmont Hospital's Women's Health Center Kaylani Torres was the first baby born in La Mesa on 12/12/12. She was born at 12:28 and weighed in at 8 pounds 5 oz. Her parents' are Jennifer and Israel Torres.

Sharp Grossmont Photos by Nicole Quiroz.

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