THE Tamworth hospital welcomed a divine trinity of sorts on Easter Sunday with three mums welcoming new bubs in to the world.
It turned a typically casual public holiday into a pretty full-on experience for all three families.
Robyn McCulloch had to travel from Gunnedah for the birth of her second child, Luca, who was born around 10.30pm.
Almost a week overdue, she said baby Luca picked a fortuitous time to arrive.
"She just decided to come in that 12-hour period where there is not enough doctors in Gunnedah," Ms McCulloch said.
"I had to come across."
The baby came with the cord around its neck but is now going fantastic after a hectic delivery.
Madeline Kulk had expected a Good Friday baby, but her third child, Aden Frank James, arrived at 8.24pm on Sunday after a "super quick labour".
"It started off pretty normal, we weren't expecting a baby [on Sunday]," she said.
"We did the Easter egg hunt with the other two kids and everything was pretty normal and then I went into labour at about 6pm.
"It was pretty full on but we are pretty glad he is here.
"It completes our family."
Meanwhile, Mary Davis also had a special Easter which she probably won't ever forget.
She welcomed her first child, Delilah Marie, on Sunday evening, almost two weeks ahead of schedule.
Delivering three babies in a day might sound hectic but it would be almost business as usual for the Tamworth maternity ward, which has tallied more than 1000 births in each of the last three calendar years.
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