Israeli woman gives birth only on 'special dates'

Shalhevet Harari from northern Israel welcomes her first son on 1/23/23 after three daughters who were also born on unique dates

Lior El-Hai|
Shalhevet Harari from the northern city of Karmiel gave birth at the Rambam Medical Center on Monday, 1/23/23, to her first son after three daughters.
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  • Beyond the fact this was an exciting event for the Hararis, the birth of the long-awaited son occurred on a special date. And it's not the first time for Shalhevet.
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     שלהב הררי, בעלה ואחותה לילך שם טוב
     שלהב הררי, בעלה ואחותה לילך שם טוב
    Shalhevet Harari with her husband, sister and newborn son
    (Photo: Rambam Medical Center)
    The 41-year-old mother welcomed her second daughter Shahar, now 11 years old, on 6/6/11, and her third daughter Eden on 1/13/13.
    “Four births at Rambam, almost all on special dates,” says the mother with a smile.
    "Due to my medical history, I gave all the births through cesarean section. Depending on the timing of the birth, and as far as possible, I choose special dates to deliver."
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     מימין לשמאל: שמעון הררי, עדן הררי שנולדה ב-13.1.13, שלהב הררי ובנה, שנולד אתמול ב-23.1.23, משמאל אור שנולדה ב-6.6.12 ושיר הבכורה
     מימין לשמאל: שמעון הררי, עדן הררי שנולדה ב-13.1.13, שלהב הררי ובנה, שנולד אתמול ב-23.1.23, משמאל אור שנולדה ב-6.6.12 ושיר הבכורה
    Shalhevet Harari with her daughters, husband and newborn son
    (Photo: Lilach Shem Tov)
    "The medical staff wanted to perform the delivery a couple of days earlier, but I refused. I waited for this special day because I wanted to continue our streak of special dates.”
    Even her sister, Lilach Shem Tov, gave birth to two of her children on special dates. Her two daughters, Lihi and Orin were born on 10/6/10 and 11/1/11, respectively.
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