- Stacey Jones and her boyfriend have picked a new lucky number after the birth of their second son
- Stacey's second son Dominic was born at 2.02am on February 2 in the hospital delivery room 2 and weighing 122oz (3.4kg)
- Because of the many two involved in the birth, Stacy and her boyfriend will be adopting the number two as their new lucky number
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A new mum identified as Stacey Jones has said the number two will be her new lucky number after her second son was born at 2.02am on February 2 in the hospital delivery room 2 and weighing 122oz (3.4kg).
Stacey's labour with newborn Dominic was said to have lasted a total of 32 minutes.
The 34-year-old mum gave birth to her new son in the same room she delivered her first son at the Great Western Hospital, Swindon, Wilts, The Sun UK reports.
YEN.com.gh gathers that Stacey said she and her boyfriend will adopt the number two as their new lucky number because of the many two involved in the birth of their second son, who was delivered on February 2.
She said: “It is really weird. There are so many two’s involved – I keep thinking of more.
“And just before we went into the delivery suite, my boyfriend noticed that it was the same room where my other son had been born."
She joked: “The number two has never really come up in our lives before in a significant way – but it will definitely be our lucky number now."
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that amid an unrivaled display of luxury and pageantry of horses, the wedding of Kennedy Asante Osei, the first son of Ghanaian business titan Osei Kwame Despite and his fiancée Tracy Ameyaw, finally came off over the week.
The current General Manager of Despite Media Group first tied the knot with his fiancée Tracy in a traditional wedding ceremony in Accra on Thursday February 13, 2020, and later followed up with a lavish white wedding ceremony at the Faith Presbyterian Church in Shiashi-Accra on Saturday, February 15, 2020. A video making rounds online affirms the the marriage of Tracy Ameyaw was undoubtedly engineered by God.
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