SAN DIEGO (TheBlaze/AP) — Twins in San Diego are getting some attention because, though born just minutes apart, one has a birthday in 2015 and one in 2016.

Jaelyn Valenica was born New Year’s Eve at 11:59 p.m. Her twin brother, Luis Valencia Jr., arrived at 12:01 a.m. on New Year’s Day.

This Jan. 1, 2016 photo provided by Kaiser Permanente San Diego shows twins Jaelyn, left, and Luis Salgado, who were born just minutes apart, but in different years, at the San Diego Kaiser Permanente Zion Medical Center in San Diego. Jaelyn was born in the last minute of New Year's Eve 2015 and Luis in the first few minute of New Year's Day 2016. (Image source: Kaiser Permanente San Diego via AP)

This Jan. 1, 2016 photo provided by Kaiser Permanente San Diego shows twins Jaelyn, left, and Luis Salgado, who were born just minutes apart, but in different years, at the San Diego Kaiser Permanente Zion Medical Center in San Diego. Jaelyn was born in the last minute of New Year’s Eve 2015 and Luis in the first few minute of New Year’s Day 2016. (Image source: Kaiser Permanente San Diego via AP)

KGTV-TV reports that the babies were due at the end of January, but doctors at San Diego Kaiser Permanente Zion Medical Center called the mother in because one was in a breech position.

The father, Luis Valencia, called it a New Year’s blessing to have two healthy children.

This Jan. 1, 2016 photo provided by Kaiser Permanente San Diego shows Maribel Valencia with her husband Luis and their 3-year-old daughter Isabella, left, holding her newborn twins at the San Diego Kaiser Permanente Zion Medical Center in San Diego. (Kaiser Permanente San Diego via AP)

This Jan. 1, 2016 photo provided by Kaiser Permanente San Diego shows Maribel Valencia with her husband Luis and their 3-year-old daughter Isabella, left, holding her newborn twins at the San Diego Kaiser Permanente Zion Medical Center in San Diego. (Kaiser Permanente San Diego via AP)

“I was not really expecting two, so it’s a big blessing to have two of them, boy and a girl for New Years,” he told KGTV.

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