This 26-year-old woman has just given birth to a 24-year-old baby, all thanks to science.

Emma Gibson, who was born one month ago, was frozen as an embryo at the National Embryo Donation Center in Clinton, Tennessee 24 years ago.

The embryo was implanted into Emma’s mother, Tina Gibson, back in March when she and her husband Benjamin found out that they could not have kids.

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Tina was only 18 months old when her now-daughter was frozen at the clinic. The couple had the option not to accept the older embryo, after being told of its age, but decided to give it a try, and thought it was “great,” according to CBS news.

After a healthy delivery on Thanksgiving weekend, Emma now holds the record for being the oldest frozen embryo to ever be successfully birthed.

Benjamin said in a press release: “Emma is such a sweet miracle. I think she looks pretty perfect to have been frozen all those years ago.”

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