After Repairman Fixes Furnace, Father Sees Newborn Bill And Couldn’t Believe His Eyes

Happiness and joy were to be expected when Jesse and Maria’s baby boy was born. But there were two things they weren’t expecting: an approaching snowstorm and a broken furnace. He only had hours before Maria and the baby arrived and Jessie had to get everything fixed fast. But something surprising happened.

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Jesse Hulscher is a 30-year-old development consultant living in Willmar, Minnesota with his lovely wife Maria. He loves golf, football, and is an overall huge fan of sports. In 2015, the couple had their first child, Adler. And in September 2016, the couple had some huge news to tell their family and friends.

A Baby On The Way

A Baby On The Way

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The Hulscher family was welcoming a fourth member and Jesse told everyone on Facebook. They bought a new minivan for Maria is a way to celebrate. March 2017 was the newborn’s expected date, so they still had enough time. But they weren’t prepared for the unexpected. And the unexpected came in the form of the weather.

April Weather Two Months Early

April Weather Two Months Early

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The folks in Minnesota are used to chilly weather. But it was unusually warm on February 2017, particularly halfway through the month when the temperatures hit 60°F (15.5°C). This has only happened in February six times in the entire history of Minnesota. So, during this unusually pleasant weather, the Hulscher’s baby had chosen to make his debut into the world of humanity.

It’s A Boy

It's A Boy

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Maria’s due date was in March, but she had contractions on February 22, and gave birth that night to a baby boy named Adler Stephen Hulscher, who was 7 lbs 9 oz, and 21in. Maria was doing well, and the entire family was thrilled with the new baby. But their excitement made them ignorant of a major storm warning.

Preparing For The Storm

Preparing For The Storm

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On February 22, the National Weather Service reported that a huge snow storm was going to hit central and southern Minnesota. The NWS said the storm would start out as heavy rain on Thursday, February 23, at night, and issued a winter storm watch because on Friday morning, the rain would turn into heavy snow. The Hulschers assumed they’d be alright as long as they stayed indoors, but then they were hit with the worst luck ever.

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