A woman in West Virginia gave birth in a 7-Eleven parking lot on Monday, July 11th.  So she had her baby at 7-Eleven . . . ON 7/11. Coincidence or fate?

Many people visit this gas station for the obvious reason, to get a 7-Eleven Slurpee however this mother of two went home with more than just a Slurpee that day.

24-year-old Allie Sayers was scheduled for a C-section delivery on July 13th. I guess the baby was impatient. Allie and her husband jumped into the car around three in the morning on the 11th and started their drive to the hospital.

It became apparent that they would not make it to the hospital and they pulled over in a 7-Eleven parking lot. That is where Allie Sayers gave birth and her fiancé helped deliver the baby. Allie's two other children were in the car with them.

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Luckily there were no complications and the birth went fine. The couple welcomed their new son Waylon into the world. The baby boy clocked in at 6 lbs. 8 oz. and he is doing great. Imagine if he was 7 pounds and 11 ounces, haha!

The 7-Eleven store changed its sign to say "congrats it's a boy." However, they initially spelled it wrong saying, "CONGRATES it's a boy."

The same store is also giving Allie and her fiancé free coffee for the next seven years! How thoughtful of them.

That baby born on 7/11 will have a great story to tell his friends . . . 30 years from now while they're smoking cheap-brand cigarettes outside that 7-Eleven.

Read More Here: WBOY

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