Birth of family's first baby girl in 101 years breaks century-long sausagefest.

Birth of family's first baby girl in 101 years breaks century-long sausagefest.
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The Underdahl family of Post Falls, Idaho just welcomed its first daughter since 1914. Scott and Ashton Underdahl were surprised—and tickled pink—when she gave birth to their daughter Aurelia Ann on April 12. Scott's family line has been a wiener party for over a century, as the last girl born in the family was Scott's great Aunt Bernice in almost 102 years.

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The Underdahl women, by marriage (left) and by birth (right).

"Everyone has been hoping for a girl," Scott told CDA Press, "I didn't know what an Underdahl girl looked like."

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Zoom in on the cuteness.

The result was worth the wait, as Aurelia happens to be really, extremely cute.

"Maybe it took more than 100 years to create perfection," Scott's dad, Conrad, said. "She's a cutie. We've been spoiling her a bit because it's just different finally holding a baby girl."  

Here's hoping it won't be until 2117 when the Underdahls have their next girl. 

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