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Shands welcomes “Leap Day” babies

Samantha Evans (left) and Jonathan Evans (right) hold their newborn, Allison Elizabeth, who was born on February 29, 2012. They say they will call her their little "Leapling." (photo by Lauren Rautenkranz)

Leap Day only rolls around once every four years… and so do its babies. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz reports, one family is welcoming their baby girl born on this unique day.

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