Benjamin and Tina Gibson's daughter, Emma Wren, weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces when she came into the world on November 25.
Prior to being transferred into Tina's uterus at the National Embryo Donation Center in Knoxville earlier this year, the embryo Emma grew from had been cryo-preserved for more than 24 years, according to a news release.
And, according to research staff at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library, that makes her the all-time record holder for the longest-frozen embryo to result in birth.
The National Embryo Donation Center says it has helped produce more pregnancies through embryo adoption, nearly 700, than any other organization or clinic.
Interestingly, Emma's embryo was frozen on Oct. 14, 1992, when Tina was just a year-and-a-half old.