Rachel Langford was frequently confronted with the numbers 7 and 11 while expecting. Of course, until her daughter, J’Aime Brown, was born, she had no idea what it meant. The baby was delivered at 7:11 p.m. on July 11th, weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces! It was also Slurpee Day, a day when free Slurpees are distributed. by the company that bears the same name.
That’s serendipitous on a whole other level.
“At first, I thought it was strange, and I had no idea that (the numbers) meant so much,” she explained. “I would glance at the clock a lot of times (during the pr-egnancy) and it would be 7:11,” she told CNN. She’s been getting a lot of calls from all over since she wrote about it. 7 Eleven was the source of one of the calls. That’s true, they’re the world’s biggest convenience shop. They’d heard about the newborn and wanted to send a gift basket containing some babycare basics as well as some of their products. She was ecstatic and she even posted images of her daughter wearing a cute 7 Eleven onesie.
Her mind was blown when she received a follow-up call from 7 Eleven a few days later. The officials who approached her promised to pay $7,111 toward her daughter’s education costs. Rachel expressed her delight by saying “I was utterly astonished I kind of flipped out.” Of course, she said yes. Another 6-year-old boy lives with the young Missouri parents. With their monthly wage, the family is struggling to provide for their offspring and pay their obligations. They are quite thankful for 7 Eleven’s contribution.
“It’s difficult for anyone to put money into a trust fund for their children.” “Getting a grace like that helps a lot,” Rachel expressed gratitude. She also stated that with the birth of her daughter, they had been able to accomplish more. According to her, they have become considerably calmer and are feeling a lot better. J’Aime, on the other hand, is uninterested in the spotlight. She is content to be fed and sleep, and she does not complain. It appears that a blessing has arrived.