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100,000th Baby Born at GBMC Returns More Than 30 Years Later to Give Birth

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Posted at 2:05 PM, Mar 16, 2017
and last updated 2018-12-27 21:59:29-05

She was a milestone baby at GBMC and now more than 30 years later she returned to give birth to her own child.

Ashley Brandt was born on September 8, 1986 to David and Lory Brandt. She was the 100,000th baby born at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. On Sunday, March 12 she returned to give birth to her son at the very same hospital where she was born.

“Luckily GBMC is where my OB/Gyn delivers. We were very excited to find out that I would be delivering at the same hospital where I was born,” said Ashley Joshi in a statement.

Ashley and her husband, Aditya “AJ” Joshi, both added that they are very excited to have their first child almost 10 years after they first met and that “the grandparents, David and Lory Brandt along with Vasant and Aparna Joshi, can’t wait to spoil their first grandchild.”

The baby was born at a little over 40 weeks.  Ashley and AJ have named their little boy, Kieran Aditya Joshi. He was born seven pounds, eight ounces and 20.5 inches long.

Ashley, 30, and AJ, 30, met in 2007, while students at the University of Maryland, and started dating in 2012 and were engaged two years later.  They will be celebrating their two-year anniversary on May 9th.  Ashley found out that she was pregnant in June 2016.