Kiarra Duncan is celebrating turning 12 today, December 12, 2012.RUTH CLAYTON December 12, 2012 4:56am
Bamawm Extension’s Kylie Duncan didn’t realise how significant her daughter Kiarra’s birthday would be when she was first born.
It was only years later she realised Kiarra, who was born on this day in 2000, would turn 12 on 12/12/2012.
‘‘It didn’t occur to us until a couple of years ago,’’ Kylie said.
Today, Kylie will help celebrate Kiarra’s special birthday by baking 12 cupcakes with 12 candles and bringing them to Kiarra’s school at 12.12pm.
However, that is as far as the number game goes
Kiarra, who is in grade 6 at Lockington Consolidated School, said she felt special about her once-in-a-lifetime birthday.
She said she would be celebrating at her birthday party on Friday.
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