Imagine the fun puzzle of having two little boys born to a couple, where the firstborn is actually the younger sibling. How is that possible?

Baby Samuel Peterson was born at 1:39 a.m. on November 6, 2016. His twin brother Ronan arrived at 2:10 a.m. However, at 2 a.m., the clocks were set back an hour for daylight saving time.

As a result, Ronan’s official birth time became 1:10 a.m., making him the older sibling on paper despite being born second.

This sparked lively discussions among commenters, with congratulations pouring in from various sources. Some suggested the boys might have a lifelong rivalry for the title of “big brother.”

Nurse Deb Totten, who has spent four decades at the same maternity facility, remarked she had never seen anything like it in her career.

Seth Peterson, a 45-year-old Massachusetts State Police officer, knew the boys were due around midnight and suspected something unusual might happen given the time change and the twin birth.

His 32-year-old wife overheard the medics discussing the time change during Ronan’s delivery. She was astonished to realize what was happening as the clocks were reset.

Thus, Samuel and Ronan, now twins with their older sister Aubrey, entered the world in a truly unique and memorable way.