A 92-year-old woman has become a great-great-great grandmother this week after the family welcomed a baby boy - and it's a title few others can lay claim to.
Tish Lidstone told CBC's Island Morning that she was "thankful" to be alive for baby Kartar's birth, a son for her great-great-grandson, 17-year-old Morgan.
"It's one of them things you thank God every day that you're alive and that you can live to see," the Canadian said of the momentous occasion.
Kartar's birth means there are now six generations of one family all living within 15 minutes of one another on Prince Edward Island.
"I just love having them all here," Ms Lidstone said.
The matriarch's 51-year-old granddaughter, Janice Annand, discovered just how rare this is when she did a Google search after Kartar was born.
According to CBC there's only one family with six living generations in the UK, and another in Canada.
"My grandmother, she can't believe she's lived to see six generations," Ms Annand said.
And while they've yet to snap a picture of the entire clan together, it's something they're planning to do soon.
A US family holds the world record for the most generations alive in one family, with seven in total. Augusta Bunge became a great-great-great-great grandmother at the age of 109 in 1989, when her 15-year-old great-great-great granddaughter welcomed a little boy.