Ten of the tots were welcomed in July and August, which has left the community speculating as to whether the long winter nights could have something to do with the influx of babies, while others believe “there must be something in the water”.
“It must have been all those dark, winter nights and the celebrations at Christmas because five babies were born in July and five more in August.”
“Last year we just noticed that there were so many bumps appearing around town. When we sat down and thought about it, we decided to count them all up, and actually discovered that 30 babies had been born between February and December which is amazing because it’s such a small place,” she said.
The village welcomed two babies in February, one in March, one in April, two in May, two in June, five in July, five in August, three in September, one in October, …