- Cornelius Shiver of Coconut Grove in the United States has welcomed his son in the same hospital he was born
- Shiver was born in Mercy Hospital in the United States sixty two years ago
- At the time in 1957, Mercy Hospital was segregated
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Cornelius Shiver of Coconut Grove in the United States has welcomed his son in the same South Florida Hospital he was born after sixty two years.
The proud father was one of the first black babies born at Mercy Hospital Back in 1957 when the hospital was segregated at the time.
Shiver's father, Cornelius Shiver Jr., said his dad, a 37-year-old gardener from Georgia and his mom Allie Mae Sam, gave birth to him at the same hospital he welcomed his son.
YEN.com.gh gathers that he became one of the first black babies born there when his mother needed an emergency delivery.
Sixty-two years later, Shiver, who was born and raised in Coconut Grove held his newborn son, William-Solomon Cornelius Shiver.
Their OB-GYNs were thrilled to be a part of their story. The doctors at Mercy did not just usher in a new life for the family because weeks ago, they saved Shiver’s life too.
On May 11, 2020, they saved Shiver’s life when he had blood clots in both my lungs.
Shiver’s new baby will go home to the house built by his grandfather for his grandmother and where he grew up.
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With broad smiles on her face and her firm cheeks highlighting her beauty, Kusiwaa, posed with her stunning looking triplets alongside her beautiful daughter, who held her arm.
Despite the challenges that come with raising babies including being sleep-deprived and sometimes being overwhelmed, Kusiwaa appears to know exactly what to do to keep her adorable kids calm and happy.
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