Alabama family names son 'Krimson Tyde'
Summer and Steven Steele, Alabama residents who kind of, somewhat, sort of like Alabama football, named their child Krimson Tyde, as reported by AL.com.
Alabama football fans … named their child (a human who will have to live with said name) … Krimson Tyde.
“The reason we named him Krimson is that we are big Alabama fans, and it is a very unique name and we loved it,” Steele said.
The mother says she wasn't expecting the backlash from the public after naming her son after the school's nickname.
“I'm very shocked. I didn't think people would make a big deal about it,” she added.
“To people speaking negatively about us naming him Krimson, it's not their child nor family member, so if they have nothing nice to say, they don't need to say nothing at all,” Steele said.
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New Year’s twin babies born in separate years
As people around the world partied their way into the new year, two mothers gave birth to two of the last babies of 2013 and two of the first babies of 2014. While born just minutes apart, their twin babies entered the world in two different years.
On Dec. 31, 2013, at 11:58 p.m., Yaleni Santos Tohalino gave birth to baby girl Lorraine Yaleni Begazo, who weighed at 6 pounds, 4.9 ounces, at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, in Washington, D.C
Soon after, her twin brother Brandon Ferdinando Begazo was born on Jan. 1, 2014, at 12:01 a.m., weighing at 5 pounds, 10.4 ounces.
“I feel wonderful full of joy and happiness and a full sense of realization,” the twins’ father, Warren Begazo, told ABCNews.com. “This is her first children ever, and they’re beautiful and she’s really happy.”