When we first received Samara’s birth certificate there was error on it. So, like any neurotic Jewish mother would do, I trekked down to the hospital with the two kids to get the error fixed. The error, in case you were interested, was that the time of birth was listed as 10:07 am, when Samara was actually born at 8:06 pm.

A month later we received this envelope:

I opened it to find this:

Which made me feel like this:

The Department of Vital Records is jumping rope on my last nerve. I guess I’ll have to make a second trip into Manhattan and fill out yet another correction form! As if I didn’t have enough going on.
I wonder what the next version of this document is going to look like. Maybe she’ll be born at 2am!
I can only hope they get it right this time.