(NECN: Jack Thurston, Essex Junction, Vt.) - A newborn in Vermont seems to have numbers on her side. Kassandra L. Mayhue arrived this week with a very unusual set of digits to describe her birth. "Her birthday will be very easy to remember," joked her mother, Nikki Mayhue.
The Mayhues welcomed Kassandra, or Kassie, on Nov. 12, 2013. That makes her an 11-12-13 baby.
"She did come the day before her due date," pointed out Kassandra's father, Chris Mayhue.
Adding to the sequential nature of the little girl's arrival was the time she entered the world: It was 9:10 a.m. That makes Kassie a 9-10-11-12-13 baby.
"She was actually looking like she'd be before that; before 9 o'clock," Chris Mayhue noted. "But she was stubborn, I guess, and waited until she ready."
And even more strange? Her weight: "Eight pounds, even," Nikki Mayhue said, smiling.
Those eight pounds mean Kassandra is actually an 8-9-10-11-12-13 girl. But there's even more. The baby's initials are KLM, which happen to be the 11th, 12th, and 13th letters of the alphabet. Those initials were planned well before Kassandra's arrival, Nikki Mayhue noted.
New England Cable News asked self-described medium and intuitive counselor Nan O'Brien about this set of circumstances.
"This is really a full alignment of energies coming together," she said. "She came in like gangbusters to make a difference in the world."
O'Brien told NECN she believes souls pick what time they arrive, so O'Brien said this was no coincidence. She added that she believes Kassandra appears destined to grow up to be the kind of woman who commands attention and who uses her positive voice to help others. "She's going to be something else, I can tell you that," O'Brien predicted.
For now, Nikki and Chris Mayhue are just glad Kassie's healthy. "It's been entertaining," Nikki Mayhue said of the numeric surprises that came with her new child.
The Mayhues said they are looking forward to counting all the future ways their 8-9-10-11-12-13 daughter turns out to be unique. "They're all special in their own ways," Nikki Mayhue said.