Alex Flynn and baby Walker

Alex Flynn and baby Walker are doing great and celebrating three generations of sharing the same birthday!

GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - Three members from three different generations are now all sharing the same birthday, and they're right here in the Upstate!

The family welcomed Walker Lee Flynn into the world on August 15, 2019 at a local hospital. The newest member of the family follows mother Alex Batson Flynn's footsteps, but it was Alex's father Scott Batson who got the pattern started.

We're told both Walker and Alex are doing fantastic, and the family will be taking professional photos on Friday to celebrate this new addition to the family.

Walker's mom Alex says the staff sang Happy Birthday to her just moments before her delivery. 

Alex Flynn started to have complications toward the end of her pregnancy, but without contractions, the doctors decided to hold off the delivery until she was further along and that day came and it just happened to be her birthday.

Flynn says, "me and my dad always had a big celebration for us to so we will always have a celebration for us three now, but  Walker will have his own birthday party with his little friends from school.

Dakota Flynn, Walker's dad, says "I’m not ready for him to grow up yet." 

This family definitely won't forget any birthdays.

While Alex, Walker, and Scott's Birthday is August 15th, Walker's Dad Dakota's birthday is the fourth of July.

His Grandma's birthday is new years day.

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