99-year-old Peggy Koller, of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, grew up in a very small family as an only child.
Luckily, she now has the big family she’s always wanted, and is celebrating the birth of her 100th great-grandchild.
Not only is it special because he is number 100, but his name is extremely special too: Koller William Balster.
Koller’s mom, Chrissy, chose the middle name William after her grandfather, and the first name Koller after her grandfather and grandmother Peggy’s last name.
Peggy’s wish of having a big family came true when she married William and had 11 children. Eventually, her children gave her 56 grandchildren, and thanks to baby Koller, that number has since grown to 100!
After Koller was born, Chrissy brought him to meet his great grandmother. Peggy was all smiles holding the handsome baby boy and is thrilled to have another little addition to the family while she is still here.
Chrissy says she believes she knows the secrets behind Peggy’s strength and long life, besides working out twice a day.
“I think faith is the other one, I’d say. Faith and family. That’s what’s been keeping her going,” Chrissy told Inside Edition.
Since Koller was born, Chrissy’s cousin gave birth to another baby, which makes Peggy the happy great-grandmother of 101 now!
Watch the heartwarming moment when Peggy meets her 100th great-grandchild in the video below:Whizzco